Stony Brook's Kylie Ohlmiller becomes NCAA all-time points, assists leader

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Stony brook senior Kylie Ohlmiller became the NCAA's all-time Division I points leader in women's lacrosse on a behind-the-back goal in the first half of a 22-7 win over visiting UMBC on Saturday, April 21, 2018, breaking Jen Adams' previous record of 445 at Maryland. That wasn't the only record she broke in the blowout, as an assist to her younger sister, Taryn, in the second half made her the all-time assists leader, breaking Hannah Nielsen's record of 224 at Northwestern. (Credit: Joe Sullivan)