Tigers Open Up NCAC Play with Big Win Over Hiram

Tigers Open Up NCAC Play with Big Win Over Hiram


  • Wittenberg opened up NCAC play with a 20-6 drubbing of the Terriers of Hiram.
  • Picked to finish fourth in the NCAC, Wittenberg was relentless on offense on Saturday, as Thomas Julcher and Michael Carluccio each netted three goals to lead the Tigers.
  • Nick Gregory improved to 2-1 on the year in net, as the senior recorded two saves in 30 minutes of work on the road.

SITE: Hiram, Ohio (Hiram College)

SCORE: Wittenberg 20, Hiram 6

RECORDS: Witt 3-3 (1-0), HC 2-2 (0-1)

NEXT GAME: Monday, March 20—vs. Capital University (Springfield, Ohio)


  • Wittenberg exploded for 11 first half goals, as Hiram produced three.
  • Creighton Stephens scored unassisted, and Gerald Coyle scored from Michael Coyle to close out the second quarter at 11-3 for Wittenberg.
  • Michael Carluccio and Thomas Julcher netted the only two goals in the third period for Wittenberg, as the red and white took a 13-4 lead into the final quarter on the road.
  • Dane Jensen scored two quick goals for Wittenberg in the final quarter, followed by a Quinn McConkey goal, as Wittenberg disposed of Hiram 20-6.


  • Wittenberg produced 45 shots in the game, as Hiram managed to only get 27 shots off.
  • The Tigers won 21 of 29 face-offs on the day, as McConkey went 9-15 at the center dot.
  • Zach Shy and Coyle each produced two assists for Wittenberg, as the Tigers recorded 11 of their goals off of assists.
  • Cooper Swenson logged the final 30 minutes in net for the Tigers, recording eight saves on 11 total shots.