COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. - Wesley College got 19 saves from goalkeeper Sean Mathews (Baltimore, Pa./Pennsbury), but Ursinus kept the Wolverine offense in check as the Bears notched a 12-3 win.
Ursinus (2-0) kept Wesley (1-2) off the scoreboard for over 14 minutes to start the game before a tally by Justin D'Alonzo (Prospect Park, Pa./Interboro) made the score 3-1 at the end of one quarter of play.
Jeff Ocampo, who ended the day with five goals, scored all three Bear goals in the second quarter as Wesley trailed 7-1 at the half.
Ursinus scored six more unanswered goals to open the second half before Wesley got a tally from Eric Crumbock (Levittown, Pa./Truman) with 3:39 left in the game. Drew Hammer (Elkridge, Md./Long Reach), who assisted on D'Alonzo's first quarter goal, finished off the scoring with a goal with just over a minute and a half to play in the game.
D'Alonzo also had an assist in the game to match Hammer for a team-high two points.
Keven Lion (Westampton, N.J./Rancocas Valley) had six ground balls and caused four turnovers. Mathews led the team with seven ground balls.
In addition to five goals by Ocampo, the Bears got two goals and a pair of assists from Taylor Allen.
Josh Baker stopped nine shots in goal for Ursinus.
The Bears won 14-of-19 face offs in the game, including 12-of-16 by Shawn Caven.
The Wolverines will look to get back in the win column when Ohio Wesleyan visits Scott D. Miller Stadium on Sunday, March 6.