Bob Hiller was a standout lacrosse player for the Pride from 1973 to 1976 and was Hofstra’s leader in career goals for 25 years.
A four-year letterman, Bob was the team’s leading goal scorer in each of his four seasons. As a freshman in 1973, Bob scored 31 goals in 14 games for a 2.21 goals per game average. In 1974 he recorded 36 goals in 12 games for a 3.00 goals per game average. In 1975 he tallied 30 goals in 12 games before finishing his career with a 32 goal showing in 1976. His total of 129 goals was a Hofstra record that stood until Tom Kessler surpassed it in 2001.
Bob was a member of three teams that qualified for the NCAA Championship and each of his teams were ranked in the top 10, including the 1973 team that was ranked fifth in the nation.
As a senior in 1976 Bob was named to the All-America third team.
Following graduation, Bob spent one year as an assistant coach at North Carolina State University before beginning a career in consumer sales management. For the last 26 years, he has worked in the soft drink industry and is currently a sales manager for Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of New York.