Posted: Apr 27, 2019
The Hiram College women's lacrosse team closed out their 2019 season falling 22-1 in a matchup against Wittenberg, Saturday afternoon.
Katelyn Slomovitz played her last game at Charles A. Henry Field tallying the lone Terrier goal four minutes into the game. The goal served as her 99th career point to secure her spot as third on Hiram's career point list.
The Kent, Ohio native also added four groundballs and three caused turnovers. After the matchup with the Tigers, she is now the school record holder for groundballs (143). The record was previously held by Second-Team All-NCAC midfielder Sierah Ray.
Slomovitz had an exceptional career while at Hiram. The senior was a part of the 2018 group that set the new program standard for wins in a season. Overall, Slomovitz finished with 91 goals, 240 shots, and 44 caused turnovers.
In the game, Wittenberg tallied 14 goals in the first half while rounding out the scoring with eight more in the second frame.
Individually, five different Tigers posted multi-goal performances, led by a seven-goal day from Josee Clayton and Emily Wadds.
The Terriers posted six shots with four from Slomovitz, and one apiece from Alexis Hirsch and Christina Belleza.
Hiram finished the 2019 season 2-15 overall and 0-8 in conference play.