The Terrier STUNT program finished off their inaugural season in style, earning a pair of wins over Tiffin University on Friday evening in Price Gymnasium.
The two wins for the Terriers pushed Hiram's record to 7-5 in their first year as a program. Additionally, Hiram found themselves ranked in the top-10 in the Nation in Division II over the final weeks of the season.
For the first time this year, Hiram grabbed all 15 of their possible points, earning a 15-1 victory in the opening game.
The Terriers swept the Dragons through the first three quarters of action, taking all three points in partner stunts, pyramids and tosses and jumps and tumbling.
Leading 9-0 heading into the fourth quarter, Hiram continued to pull away from the Dragons, outscoring Tiffin 6-1 to round out the scoring at 15-1.
The lone point for Tiffin came in the jumps and tumbling section in the opening routine of the team routine quarter (quarter four).
Despite dominating the opening game, the Terriers were not satisfied, as they bettered their score in game two.
Hiram took all 15 of the possible points in the second win, posting the first shutout in Campbell's coaching career.
We caught up with Hiram STUNT head coach Sam Campbell to talk about the wins today and discuss the programs inaugural season. Catch the rest of the interview on our YouTube Channel (Hiram Athletics) pic.twitter.com/ezx4SqCqnv— Hiram Athletics (@Hiram_Athletics) March 16, 2019
For Hiram, the scores marked the fifth and sixth time this season in which the Terriers had tallied at least 10 points in a game. In six of their seven wins, Hiram won by double digits, and also defeated Purdue University by an 8-3 score.
"I am really excited for what this young team has been able to accomplish," commented Campbell. "From where we were at the beginning of the year, to where we are now, I have been blown away by the effort that our athletes have put in and the success that has come with it.
"Having no seniors on the roster from this year's squad, I am really excited to see what the future holds in store for the Hiram STUNT program."