Oct.1-TIFFIN, Ohio- The Hiram College women's soccer team shut out Heidelberg 3-0, Tuesday night.
The Terriers are now 2-9 on the season, while the Student Princes fall to 4-4-1.
The first half looked to be a silent one with both sides trading shots in the initial 38 minutes. Junior Hannah Ward broke that silence with her third goal of the season.
Hiram held the 1-0 lead going into the break.
At the half, Hiram held a 13-8 edge in shots with senior Ally Green tallying six of her 13 saves of the game.
Green leads the North Coast Athletic Conference in saves with a total of 101 saves in 11 matchups.
Hiram would maintain the scoring momentum in the second frame adding two of their three goals.
Junior Jessica Smith scored her first goal of the season in the 82nd minute to stretch the Terriers lead to 2-0.
Less than four minutes later, Smith helped seal the deal when she found the foot of senior Val Lauderback who found the back of the net to tally her second career goal.
The Student Princes made two last attempts with a shot in the 85th and 88th minute but neither stuck securing the 3-0 victory for Hiram.
The Terriers finished the night with 22 total shots with a slight 8-7 advantage in corners.
Hiram will return home on Wednesday, October 9, as they host Grove City. The non-conference matchup is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. start.