NORFOLK, Va. -- Heading into her fourth season, junior Taylor Klevenz (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill) will hold the all-time records in career points, goals and assists after another record-setting game.
The midfielder struck five times in the first half today, three of which came off of free positions. The first goal of the game broke the school's record for career goals, which broke a tie with 2013 graduate Danielle Haney.
She already held the program's career assists and points records.
It is her seventh five-goal game of the season for Randolph. She finishes her year with 56 goals and 76 points, both records. Her 20 assists is fourth in program history for a season, a record she already holds.
Randolph also received three goals from senior Ashley Edwards (Sumerduck, Va./Liberty-Bealeton), two of which were assisted by Klevenz.
She finishes with 199 saves, the most in a single season in program history. She, too, will enter her final season as the program's career leader in her key category: saves.
With the 17-8 defeat, Randolph finishes its season 5-12 and 2-8 in ODAC play. The five wins is a record for the young program.