Perhaps one of the most prominent of all the records was one not set on the field, but on the sideline. Bill Heiser, who coached the Lords through 34 seasons of play, racked up a remarkable career record of 238-179. At the time of his retirement in 2003, Heiser's win total ranked second all-time among all NCAA Division III lacrosse coaches.
Heiser was directly responsible for the development of players like Justin Martinich '02, Josh Cole '96, and Evan Bliss '00. Martinich holds the program's record for career points (238), while Bliss set the Lords' standard for career goals (140). Cole, who played for three seasons, maintains the program's top spot for points per game (5.05) and for goals per game (2.79).
In the single-season spotlight, it's Bliss who shines the brightest. His 2000 season witnessed Kenyon records for points (78) and goals (59). While those records are still fairly fresh, Dave Cronin's record of 42 assists in the 1973 seasons still stands.
On the defensive end of the field, Derick Stowe '01 tops the Kenyon charts with 351 career ground balls and goalkeeper James Peace '71 is the owner of the career saves mark with 780. In addition to Liegner and Peace, Chris Alpaugh '90 and Geoff Hazard '97 made significant marks in the program's goalkeeping books. Alpaugh ranks second in career saves (637) and holds the single-season mark of 239 stops set in the 1990 season. Hazard is the all-time leader for goals against average (7.31) and the single-season leader with 5.92 goals against average in the 1997 campaign.