BEVERLY, Mass. – Yesterday in a 4-4 overtime tie against No. 10/10 University of New England, No. 8/9 Endicott junior forward Ross Olsson (Billerica, Mass.) became the first student-athlete in program history to reach the 100 career point plateau when he registered a hat-trick against the Nor'easters.
Olsson, who entered last night's contest with 97 career points, reached the milestone by potting the game-opening goal at 6:30 of the first on the power play, and later followed with another tally at 10:19 of the same period. He then went on to clinch the hat-trick and his 100 point milestone at 14:02 of the second period with a one-timer from the right face-off circle on the power play.
ROSS OLSSON 100TH CAREER POINT
2015-16: 12 goals, 18 assists, 30 points
2016-17: 17 goals, 18 assists, 35 points
2017-18: 16 goals, 19 assists, 35 points
Totals: 45 goals, 55 assists, 100 points
BY THE NUMBERS
- Currently averaging 1.46 points per game, which ranks No. 14 in the country (Division III)
- 29 career multi-point games (17 two-point games, 7 three-point, 4 four-point, 1 five-point)
- His five-point game against Johnson & Wales on December 9, 2017, is tied for first all-time in a single-game (Kalinowski once, Besinger twice).
CAREER POINTS LEADERBOARD
No. 8/9 Endicott now awaits official word on the seeding for the upcoming Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) playoffs.
(Photo Credit - David Le '10)