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Nick Rollason Cracks Century Mark as Men's Lacrosse Falls to DePauw

Nick Rollason Cracks Century Mark as Men's Lacrosse Falls to DePauw

GREENCASTLE, Ind. – Terrier men's lacrosse's all-time leading scorer, senior Nick Rollason, became the first Hiram player in school history to crack the century mark for a career as the Terriers battled DePauw University on Saturday afternoon.

With 1:19 remaining in the first quarter, Rollason collected his first goal of the afternoon, giving him tally #100 for his career. He became just the first player in school history to reach the achievement, expanding his already growing career-record for goals and points.

Rollason led the way for the Terriers, tallying three goals to improve his season total to 40 goals and 54 total points, both which currently stand at the top of Hiram's single-season record list.

The game marked the 12th this season in which the senior has posted a multi-goal performance. Nine times he has posted at least three, while he has registered at least four, four times.

As for the game, the host Tigers controlled the opening quarter, tripling the Terriers' score to lead 9-3 at the end of the first.

Senior Evan Pinney assisted on the first two goals for the Terriers in the first, finding Justin Dionne and Tim Stucky for back-to-back tallies. Rollason also scored his first of the game in the first quarter on an assist from Hunter Jenkins.

DePauw held Hiram scoreless in the second quarter while posting just a pair of goals to take an 11-3 lead into the halftime break.

Overall, DePauw put together an eight-goal run which ran until the 1:14 mark of the third quarter, when Jenkins posted his first goal of the game. That was then followed by a goal by Stucky.

The Terriers would add two more Rollason goals in the final quarter. However, DePauw would come back with four goals of their own, rounding out the scoring, 20-7.

Hiram will be back in action with their final home game on Tuesday, April 17. The Terriers will take on Oberlin College starting at 7 p.m.