By: Abbey Lipcsik
WOOSTER, Ohio -- Senior Allie Glatt (Cincinnati, Ohio/ Seton) made program history as Hiram was defeated by Wooster 3-1 on Saturday afternoon. Glatt broke the program record for most career assists (17). Claire Conner, a 2010 graduate, previously held the record with 16.
The Terriers are now 2-4-1, 0-1 NCAC on the season and the Fighting Scots improve to 3-6-1, 1-0 NCAC.
Hiram took an early 1-0 lead when senior Katelyn Mauch (Parma, Ohio/ Normandy) got a pass from Glatt and took a shot from 12 yards out. Although Wooster took seven shots in the half, they remained scoreless going into halftime.
Wooster got on the board six minutes into the second half when senior Kathleen Kalafatis scored in the 51st minute to tie the match at one. Sophomore Emma Lawrence was awarded with the assist.
Ten minutes later, sophomore Erica White found freshman Claire Davis, who scored after beating Hiram goalkeeper Ally Green (Stow, Ohio/ Stow-Munroe Falls) in a 1-on-1 battle to give Wooster the lead.
The Fighting Scots added to their lead in the 70th minute when sophomore Caroline Dres found the back of the net to make the score 3-1.
In goal, Green played the entire match and finished with three saves.
Wooster outshot Hiram 14-10, but the Terriers held a 4-2 edge in corner kicks.
Hiram returns to action on Wednesday, September 28 when they travel to Otterbein for nonconference matchup at 7:30 p.m.