The 16-goal win is the widest margin of victory in the 18-game history of the second-year Lady Hawks. Huntingdon (2-2) is 2-0 at home this season and is 6-2 at Samford Stadium all-time.
Oglethorpe (0-5) scored the first goal of the game before Huntingdon answered with five straight goals and a total of nine goals in the first half. From the 7:40 mark in the first half through the 6:21 mark in the second half, the Lady Hawks scored 11 straight goals.
Huntingdon's defense held the Stormy Petrels to 18 shots for the game, including five shots in the second half.
In addition to her four goals, O'Leary finished with five assists and four ground balls and Price had one assist, five ground balls and four draw controls.
Candace Williams scored three goals, Jamie Reschke had two goals, an assist and two caused turnovers and Lonnitria Keenan and Briana Gress both had two goals. Kalyn Spatol recorded a goal, two assists, five ground balls, five draw controls and three caused turnovers.
Goalie Alexis McDonald (2-2) recorded 11 saves for Huntingdon.
The Lady Hawks play their first USA South Athletic Conference games this weekend, hosting North Carolina Wesleyan at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Meredith at noon on Sunday.