WARMINSTER, Pa. – Led by a two-goal, one assist effort from Isaac Anderson and a four-assist day from Dakota Ulmer, the Bryn Athyn College men's ice hockey team scored a season-high seven goals as the Lions defeated Anna Maria 7-1 Sunday afternoon in the Revolution Ice Gardens.
Anderson—one of six Lions to light the lamp—scored the first goal of his collegiate career at the 13:53 mark of a three-goal first period to give Bryn Athyn (4-7-0) a 2-0 advantage. Jake Heckenberger and Ulmer assisted on the goal. It was the first of three points for Heckenberger.
With Bryn Athyn leading 6-1 in the third period, Anderson tallied the Lions' final goal, with assists from Ulmer and Dan Condon, with 5:23 left.
Alec Grollman opened the scoring just 2:14 into the game. Grollman's fourth goal of the year was set up by Anderson and Ulmer. Jimmy Pollock's first goal in a Bryn Athyn uniform came at the 19:03 mark of the first with an assist from Devin Hines.
In the second period, Brian Lange and Vojtech Luza found the back of the net for the Lions to increase the advantage to 5-0 after two. Zach Pamaylaon and Heckenberger assisted on Lange's second of the year, while Tanner Schroeder and Nick Malvasi picked up helpers on Luza's fourth goal of the season.
Heckenberger put Bryn Athyn's sixth goal on the board at the 7:30 mark of the third period on the power play. Trevor Kleckner and Ulmer each earned an assist on Heckenberger's first collegiate goal.
Anna Maria's Jake Huss broke up the shutout with a 4-on-4 goal at the 13:12 mark.
The Lions' McKenzie Chalmers made 28 saves to notch his fourth victory of the season. Mark Siegle had 22 stops for the Anna Maria.
Bryn Athyn is off until Friday, Dec. 14 when the Lions will play a rubber match against the Amcats at 5:40 p.m. in Massachusetts.