Singer helped the Blugolds stay unbeaten on the season (9-0-1) as the team swept Concordia University (Wis.) this weekend. With Eau Claire scoring 18 goals in two games, 12 Saturday and six Sunday, Singer accumulated six points with three goals and three assists. In Saturday’s 12-4 victory, which tied for the seventh most goals in school history in a single game and was the most since 1990, Singer scored the Blugolds’ seventh goal at 16:40 in the second period and the 10th goal at 5:05 in the third. The goal at 16:40 came just five seconds after another Blugold goal, making it the second fastest consecutive goal by the same team in NCAA Division III history (fastest was two seconds by UW-Stout in 1976). Singer also picked up three assists Saturday. On Sunday, Singer gave the Blugolds a 3-1 lead in the second period as he scored at 8:27. For the season, he leads the Blugolds with seven goals and 17 points, which ranks second best in the NCHA and tied for 19th most points in the nation.