The Hiram College men's lacrosse team put the wraps on the home portion of their 2018 season, falling to Oberlin College, 24-8, on Wednesday night.
The two sides traded four goals in the opening 11 minutes of action. Oberlin came out first with back-to-back tallies from Jay Messina and Will Prangley.
Just 30 seconds later Stucky assisted on another marker, this time from Hunter Jenkins, and the game was tied at 2-2.
The Yeomen would respond with a 5-1 run to end the quarter to take a 7-3 lead after 15 minutes. Rollason tallied his second marker of the game, marking his 13th mtulti-goal outing of the season.
Oberlin would open the second quarter on a 6-0 scoring run to push the visitors' lead to 13-3.
Pinney would help the Terriers respond before the end of the half, scoring an unassisted goal before assisting on Rollason's third of the night.
The Yeomen would control the second half, outscoring Hiram 5-2 in the third and 6-1 in the fourth to wrap up the game 24-8.
In the second half, Jenkins and Stucky both found the back of the net in the third, while Jonah Austin scored the lone tally for Hiram in the fourth.
Overall, Rollason led the Hiram offense with a trio of goals. It marked his 13th multi-goal game of the season. Stucky finished the day with four points (1 goal/3 assists) while Jenkins posted a pair of goals.
Hiram will conclude the regular season on Saturday, April 21, as they travel to Gambier, Ohio to take on Kenyon College. The matchup with the Lords is scheduled for 11 a.m.