Men's hockey rips Trinity, 8-2

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: February 10, 2007
WATERVILLE, Maine -­- Senior captain Greg Osborne (Stoughton, Mass.) became the 13th Colby College men’s hockey player to reach 100 career points in helping the Mules to an 8-2 victory over Trinity College on Saturday at Alfond Rink.

Osborne, playing in his final regular season home game, had one goal and two assists. He now has 46 goals and 55 assists for 101 career points.

Colby moved to 12-7-2 overall and 10-6-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. The Mules are in a three-way tie with Wesleyan and Amherst for second place in the league standings. Colby holds the tiebreaker edge over both teams because of head-to-head wins.

Arthur Fritch (South Boston, Mass.) and T.J. Kelley (Ridgefield, Conn.) each had two goals and two assists as the Mules scored on their first four shots of the game to go up 4-0 after one period. Ryan Chrenek (Grande Prairie, Alberta) added one goal and two assists, while Josh Reber (Edina, Minn.) and Jeoffrey Jarnot (Concord, N.H.) both had one goal and one assist.

Trinity (8-10-4, 6-8-3) received goals from Naoto Hamashima (Tokyo, Japan) and William Maharas (Milton, Mass.).

Colby goalie Ben Grandjean (Waterford, Conn.) made 27 saves to earn the victory.

Colby 8, Trinity 2

Trinity                                    0#1#1----2

Colby                                      4#2#2----8

1st period

C: T.J. Kelley (Arthur Fritch, Josh Reber), 2:29

C: Ryan Chrenek (Jeoffrey Jarnot), 10:10

C: Josh Reber (T.J. Kelley, Matt Strickland), 11:55

C: Jeoffrey Jarnot (Mike White, Ryan Chrenek), 12:43

2nd period

C: Arthur Fritch (Joe Rothwell, Greg Osborne), :40

T: William Maharas (Ryan Crapser, Simon Dionne), 13:40

C: Greg Osborne (Chris Talbert, T.J. Kelley), 16:29

3rd period

C: T.J. Kelley (Greg Osborne, Arthur Fritch), 8:32

C: Arthur Fritch (Ryan Chrenek, Mike Butler), 11:12

C: T: Naoto Hamashima (Richard Hollstein, John Halverson), 11:54

Shots:  Trinity 29, Colby 31. Goalies: David Murison (Trinity, 20 minutes, 6 saves) and Adam Prescott (Trinity, 40 minutes, 17 saves); Ben Grandjean (Colby, 60 minutes, 27 saves).

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