LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Taylor Klevenz (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill) scored five of Randolph's six goals today, and assisted on the other, but the WildCats fell, 20-6, to Lynchburg this evening.
After conceding a goal within the first 40 seconds, it was Klevenz who leveled the score for the WildCats just over a minute later.
The host Hornets scored the next 10 however, but Randolph ended the half with two of the last three, as Klevenz assisted sophomore Taylor Riccardi (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge Co.) before scoring again herself to wrap up the first half.
After Lynchburg went on another run, Klevenz scored back-to-back tallies.
The junior wrapped up the game's scoring with her fifth goal with five seconds remaining in the contest.
Klevenz is the all-time leader in career points in program history. She is now four goals away from the season record for goals in a season and three points away from the best season mark.
She is just the second player in program history to score 40 goals in a season, joining Danielle Haney.
On Wednesday, Klevenz will have her first shot at breaking those marks as the WildCats, fresh off of breaking the program record for wins in a season, host Ferrum.