Posted: Apr 20, 2019
Junior Tim Stucky became the second player in school history to crack the career century mark as the Hiram College men's lacrosse team competed in a conference matchup against Ohio Wesleyan, Saturday afternoon.
Stucky's two-goal performance cemented his spot as the fastest player in Hiram's history to get to 100 career goals. In the 2017-18 season, Nick Rollason became the first Terrier player to
score 100 career goals in their game against DePauw.
Offensively, Stucky paced Hiram tallying both of his goals in the third quarter. The first came in 13:06 off of an assist from senior Justin Dionne. While his 100th goal was scored in the last two minutes to mark his eighth multi-goal performance of the season.
As for the game, the Battling Bishops controlled a majority of the scoring going on a 10-1 run in the opening quarter. Junior Hunter Jenkins put Hiram on the board off an unassisted goal with 6:03 remaining in the first.
In the second quarter, Ohio Wesleyan would hold on to the lead with the Terriers adding their second point of the game off a goal from junior Horace Johnson (17-2).
After the halftime break, the Battling Bishops would put together an 11-3 second half to cement their 28-5 win. In the frame, senior Jonah Austin would score his 12th goal of the season.
The Terriers will return home Tuesday, April 23 when they host Denison. The game is scheduled for a 7:00 p.m. start.