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Women's Lacrosse Falls to Denison

Women's Lacrosse Falls to Denison

HIRAM, Ohio – The Terrier women's lacrosse team played host to Denison University on Saturday afternoon, falling to the Big Red in North Coast Athletic Conference action.

Senior Sierah Ray tallied the afternoon's first goal, taking the draw control all the way to give Hiram a 1-0 lead. The tally marked Ray's 50th of the season, making her just the second Terrier in program history to break 50 in a single season.

Ray posted both of Hiram's tallies in the matchup, finising the day with 51 goals on the year. For her career, that now gives her 141 goals and 162 total points, cementing her in second in the all-time history books behind Autumn Osgood.

As for the game, the Big Red responded to Ray's first tally by rattling off the final 20 of the first half to take a 20-1 advantage into the break.

The visitors would add two more in the second half before Ray tallied her second of the day on a free-position shot with 19:49 to play.

The Big Red would go on to rattle off four more markers, rounding out the scoring at 26-2.

Ray's two goals and four shots led the offense for Hiram, while Katelyn Slomovitz and Tia Smith paced the defense with a pair of caused turnovers, each.

Hiram will close out the home portion of the regular season on Wednesday, April 25, as they play host to Oberlin College. The meeting with the Yeowomen is scheduled for a 7 p.m. start.