The Terrier women's lacrosse team dropped a 19-5 decision to visiting Kenyon College on Wednesday evening.
The Ladies came out of the gates fast, scoring the first 10 goals of the game in the opening 15 minutes.
Over the final 15 minutes of the first half, the Terriers posted their first two goals of the game. The first came from junior Tayler Hall, who netted her 16th of the season.
After three more goals from the Ladies, senior Christina Belleza posted her sixth goal of the year with 32 seconds to play in the frame, closing out the opening half with the score, 13-2.
In the second frame, Kenyon extended their lead, outscoring the Terriers, 6-3 over the final 30 minutes.
Katelyn Slomovitz got on the board in the second half, striking for a pair of free-position goals. She now has a team-high 24 markers on the season.
Freshman Dominique Robinson finished off the game in the waning seconds, tallying her first-career goal to cap things off at 19-5.
Slomovitz paced the Hiram offense with two goals and four draw controls. Hall added a goal on three shots, while Belleza and Robinson each scored on their lone shot of the day.
Hiram will be back in action on Saturday, April 13, as they play host to The College of Wooster. The matchup with the Scots is slated for 11 a.m.