The Hiram College women's lacrosse team fell behind early to Oberlin College on Saturday afternoon, and were unable to recover, dropping a 14-1 decision on the road in NCAC action.
The Yeowomen scored their first three tallies in the opening 2:15 en route to running out to a 13-0 decision by the end of the first half.
Oberlin outshot the Terriers 24-6 in the opening frame, and held a 10-4 decision in draw controls.
In the second half, Hiram played Oberlin to a 1-1 tie as the Terriers forced 21-second half turnovers. Overall, the Terriers produced 15 caused turnovers, led by a career-best four from Katy Breland. Katelyn Slomovitz forced three on the day, while Alexis Hirsch and Dominique Robinson forced a pair, each.
In goal, Ketzia Umana allowed just one goal in the final 30 minutes, stopping four shots.
Hiram will return home on April 25 to play host to Allegheny College. The matchup with the Gators is scheduled for a 7 p.m. start.