ADA, Ohio -- No. 4 Ohio Northern opened up the ONU Invitational with a 3-2 win against Oberlin on Friday afternoon.

Junior Cameron Johnson notched his team-leading fifth goal and his third game-winner of the season in the 59th minute to break a 2-2 tie. Passes from senior Christian Huelsman and junior Nate Bascom created an opening for Johnson to beat the goalie for the score.

Ohio Northern (5-0) got on the board first when junior Austin Windsor recorded his first collegiate goal, but Oberlin (4-0) answered with a pair of scores from Oliver Miller-Farrel in the 11th minute and Aidan Apel in the 38th minute, causing ONU to be trailing in a game for the first time this season.

Ohio Northern tied it up before halftime with a goal from senior Dustin Connor.

No. 1 Trinity 1, Hardin Simmons 1
RICHARDSON, Texas -- Hardin-Simmons battled to a 1-1 tie with Trinity on Friday at the UT-Dallas Soccer Complex in Richardson in the first game of the American Southwest Conference – Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Challenge.

Brennan Goodman gave the Cowboys the lead at the 37:45 mark when he scored on a header deliivered by a Matt Pitcock free kick.

It remained 1-0 until the 71st minute when Josh Adams headed in a cross from Brian Hines to make it 1-1. Trinity put on an offensive onslaught in the second half and the two overtime periods as they outshot HSU 26-5 after halftime and 36-10 in the game.

Logan Waters was phenomenal in goal with 11 saves and the Cowboys had six more team saves. Tim Nelin had three stops for Trinity.

No. 5 St. Lawrence 4, No. 18 Rochester 0
CANTON, N.Y. -- Alex Laird and Brenton Jones scored on headers in the first half as No. 5 St. Lawrence topped No. 18 Rochester 4-0 on Friday.

Yanick Brown and Mark Provost each scored their first collegiate goal in the second half and the Saints outshot the Yellowjackets 24-8 for the game and 9-2 in shots on goal. The win was the first for the Saints against Rochester since 2003.

Goalkeeper Brian Abernethy recorded his second shutout, making two saves, both of which came in the first half. The Saints did not allow Rochester a shot on goal in the second half and only two shot attempts in the final 45 minutes.