The University of Michigan-Dearborn women’s ice hockey team continued their debut season dominance with a 7-1 victory over Adrian College (5-1). The Wolverines led from wire to wire against a tough Adrian team in what was a statement victory.

Freshman goalkeeper Victoria Hahn has been integral in the early season success that the Wolverines have had. She moved to 4-0 on Sunday, allowing just one goal with 18 saves. Hahn has now allowed just 4 goals in 4 games with an outstanding .960 save percentage. She has been the team’s most valuable player to this point of the season.

The Wolverines saw contributions from six different goal scorers in the 7-1 win. Freshman Kaylee Keledjian netted her sixth goal of the season with the opening salvo against the Bulldogs of Adrian. 

Freshman Alexandria Robinson scored her first career goal in the first period, chipping in two assists to go along with the score. The third goal was scored by sophomore Odisoula Argyris just moments after Robinson celebrated her goal. 

Freshman Lexi Garbacik scored the fourth goal for the Maize and Blue. After a 2nd period goal by Adrian, junior Claudia Maguire scored two goals. Freshman Isabella Welke got her first career goal to round out the scoring from the Wolverines.

The women’s team has continued to win by outshooting their opponents. This trend continued against Adrian with a 39-19 advantage in that department.  

The Wolverines will look to remain undefeated next weekend against Michigan State University. They’ll play a home-and-home series with the first game on Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Suburban Ice in East Lansing, Michigan.