GAMBIER, Ohio – The Terrier men's lacrosse team closed out a record-setting season at Kenyon College on Saturday afternoon.
Despite taking the loss in the game, Hiram still set the new program best for wins in a season. In addition, they broke the program standard for consecutive wins (four), shots (472), goals (158) and goals per game (10.53).
Along with those numbers, the Terriers also set new team records in shooting percentage (.335), ground balls (420), caused turnovers (123) and faceoff wins (183).
In the matchup with the Lords, Hiram fell 20-5, getting three points from Tim Stucky (2g/1a) and singular goals from Hunter Jenkins, Nick Rollason and Horace Johnson. Liam Pinney also tallied a pair of assists.
With those numbers, those individuals also made official marks in the Terriers' single-season record books.
Starting with Stucky, the sophomore became the first Hiram player in school history to post 60 points in a season, finishing the year with 43 goals and 17 assists. His mark broke the previous Hiram record of 39 held by Greg Summers in 2016.
Stucky, however, was not the only Terrier to break that point record as Hiram had three-different athletes crack 50 points. It marked the first time in school history that three Terriers had achieved that mark in the same season.
With his lone goal of the afternoon, Rollason edged out Stucky for Hiram's single-season goals record, posting 44 on the year. That mark cleared Summers' previous record by 17 goals. He also finished with 99 shots, setting a new program best.
Jenkins finished with the most balanced season of any Terrier, tallying 25 goals and 25 assists en route to his first ever 50-point season. The sophomore finished as the Terriers' single-season record holder for assists, breaking the previous mark of 15, held by teammate Justin Dionne.
Pinney also worked his way into the record books, setting a new standard for ground balls (86), while sophomore Horace Johnson's 37 caused turnovers were a new program best.
The last single-season mark that was broken came from Alex Meehan, who got himself into the record books for faceoff wins (168), breaking the old mark of 121, previously held by Charley Haley.
As far as career records, Rollason ends his four-year tenure as the most prolific scorer in Terrier men's lacrosse history, as the only player to this point to have shattered the century mark for goals. He leaves as Hiram's career leader in both goals (106) and total points (145).
Pinney, who also played in his final game as a Terrier today, leaves with the career assist record (49), while also holding the mark for ground balls (196).
Overall, Hiram, who produced six victories on the year, finished the season with 25 new individual and team records.