LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Women's lacrosse fell, 11-1, to Shenandoah, but Randolph's goal brought another milestone.
Junior Taylor Klevenz (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill) scored Randolph's goal to open the second half, her 51st of the 2014 season.
With the goal, Klevenz becomes the first player in program history to eclipse 50 goals in a season, and also tied her for the program's all-time record for career goals, 118.
Randolph went 9-for-14 on draw controls, overcoming previous woes in that category, but Shenandoah dominated possession in the victory.
Four Hornets scored multiple goals in a balanced offensive effort.
The game marked the home finale for Randolph, who will conclude its season on Saturday at Virginia Wesleyan.