Anderson edges RHIT women
Shelby Shaffer snapped a 54-54 tie with two free throws at the 11-second
mark, and Anderson University held the Fightin' Engineers in the final
seconds to earn a 58-54 women's basketball victory over Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology on Wednesday night.
Metro roundup: Evans a national high jump qualifier
Rose-Hulman graduate student Liz Evans has qualified for the USATF Indoor Championships in high jump after clearing a career-best indoor height over the weekend.
Rose-Hulman’s nine-game winning streak snapped at Hanover
Rose-Hulman had its nine-game men's basketball winning streak snapped in a 67-62 loss at Hanover College on Wednesday night.
Metro/Prep roundup: Sycamore football adds four transfers
Indiana State head football coach Mike Sanford announced Monday that four student-athletes have been added to the 2014 roster as mid-year transfers. All four are currently enrolled at Indiana State and will participate in spring practice. New to the Sycamore football roster in 2014 will be running back Deionte Buckley, quarterback Patrick Coyne, defensive lineman Kris Davis and linebacker Jordan Wallace.
First place in HCAC up for grabs today at Rose-Hulman
Rose-Hulman will play host to Mount St. Joseph in a matchup of the top two teams in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball standings at 3 p.m. today in Hulbert Arena.
Metro: Miller fires in 32 to lead Rose men to victory
Rose-Hulman sophomore Jimmy Miller scored a career-high 32 points and the Engineers earned their eighth straight men’s basketball victory by a 74-56 count over Franklin on Wednesday night in Hulbert Arena.
Rose-Hulman women improve to 4-2 in HCAC
Three Rose-Hulman players scored in double figures as the Engineers picked up their third straight victory with a 63-57 win over Defiance in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball Saturday.
Rose improved to 6-7 overall and 4-2 in the HCAC, while the Yellow Jackets dropped to 4-9 and 1-5 respectively.
Rose-Hulman men retain Mutchner Cup
Rose-Hulman reclaimed the John Mutchner Cup with a 76-64 men’s basketball victory over Earlham College on Wednesday night in Hulbert Arena.
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2014 RHIT football schedule features five home games
The 2014 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology football schedule features five home games, including the return of a traditional non-conference opponent.
Rose men get past Bluffton 70-57
Rose-Hulman senior Julian Strickland led three players in double figures with 26 points as the Engineers topped Bluffton 70-57 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball Saturday afternoon inside Hulbert Arena.
Strickland finished 10 of 17 from the field and 4 of 4 from the free-throw line with four assists and four steals to lead the offensive attack. Senior Alec Houpt added a career-high 15 points on 6 of 8 from the field and sophomore Tyler Duffy set two career-highs with 12 points and eight assists.
Rose women even HCAC mark at 2-2
The Rose-Hulman women’s basketball team erased a 13-point first-half deficit and hung on to defeat visiting Bluffton 60-57 in a key Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup Saturday afternoon inside Hulbert Arena.
RHIT freshman Abbie Marshall hit 3 of 4 free throws in the final 10 seconds and a 3-point try at the buzzer by Bluffton’s Kaitlyn Pennekamp fell short to secure the Engineers’ victory.
2013 (The sports year in review): An entertaining season in Valley
When Terre Haute South knocked off Terre Haute North 58-48 Monday night on the Patriots’ Jim Jones Court to capture its first Pizza Hut Wabash Valley Classic title for boys high school basketball since 2007, that wrapped up an eventful 2013 of athletics in the Valley.
Metro: South girls lose Monday afternoon game at Ben Davis
Despite a stellar effort by freshman guard Kennedy Williams, visiting Terre Haute South lost 58-44 at Ben Davis in Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference girls high school basketball Monday afternoon.
Rose-Hulman QB Landwehr to play in D-III bowl game
Senior quarterback Ryan Landwehr will represent Rose-Hulman in the Tazon de Estrellas (Bowl Game of the Stars) in Monterrey, Mexico, on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Landwehr will compete for Team Stars & Stripes, comprised of standout NCAA Division III players from across the country. The opposition will be the CONADEIP All-Stars from Mexico. The contest will take place at the 36,000-seat Estadio Tecnológico on the Tec de Monterrey campus on Saturday afternoon.
Rose women too strong for Illinois Tech
Freshman Josie Schmidt netted a career-high 19 points and senior Kelsey Ploof added 10 as the Rose-Hulman women dominated the paint to top visiting Illinois Institute of Technology 73-40 in nonleague women’s college action Monday.
Metro: Mascari breaks ISU record in men’s 5,000
Indiana State sophomore John Mascari set a school record in the indoor men’s 5,000-meter run Friday at the Indiana Open.
Strong defensive effort keys RHIT victory
Rose-Hulman placed three players in double figures and relied on a strong defensive effort to top Millikin 64-55 in men’s college basketball action Monday night.
Metro: Indiana Hall of Fame lauds two Wabash Valley athletes
Two players from the Wabash Valley have been named members of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Team that will be honored in March. Tony McGee and Kenny Rowan are members of the honor team.
Despite Strickland’s 26, Rose men lose in basketball
Rose-Hulman rimmed out a potential game-tying 3-point shot in the final seconds, as Transylvania held on to top the Engineers 62-59 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball Saturday.
Following a Transylvania foul with 2.2 seconds remaining, Rose freshman Collin Wojcik rimmed out a shot that could have forced overtime. Tommy Sirkin grabbed the rebound to secure the Transylvania victory.
Senior Julian Strickland led all scorers with 26 points, including nine points in the final three minutes to get the Engineers within striking distance.
Freshman Belyea top scorer for Rose women
Defending Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball regular-season champion Transylvania showed its strength with an 85-42 victory over Rose-Hulman in the league opener Saturday.
Madisen Webb led four Pioneers in double figures with 18 points. Katelyn Smith added 16 points, Nicole Coffman scored 13 and Alex McKenzie contributed 11 points for a balanced Transylvania attack.
Young gun: Freshman Belyea leads Engineers to second straight victory over Saint Mary-of-the Woods
Freshman women’s college basketball players sparked Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and Rose-Hulman on Wednesday in Hulbert Arena. Playing her first major minutes of the season, Rose-Hulman guard Kristen Belyea was the clutch shooter for the Engineers. In the second half, Belyea knocked down 4 of 6 from the field and 2 of 3 from the 3-point arc to help the Engineers earn a second straight victory in the rivalry with a 74-54 decision.
Strickland leads RHIT men to win
Rose-Hulman opened its Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball season with a 66-50 victory at Anderson University on Wednesday.
Metro: Boys county title games set for tonight
A pair of championship games in the Vigo County middle school boys basketball tournament will be played today in West Vigo High School’s main gym. At 6 p.m., Woodrow Wilson will take on Sarah Scott for the sixth-grade title. Then at about 7:30, Wilson and Honey Creek will tangle for the seventh-grade crown.
Red-hot Strickland leads Engineers past Wabash 77-68
Julian Strickland tied his career-high point total with 31 Monday night — his third consecutive 30-point game this season — as host Rose-Hulman downed Wabash 77-68 in Hulbert Arena.
Rose-Hulman women fall short to Marian
A clutch 3-pointer and free throws down the stretch sealed the home victory for Marian University in Saturday’s competitive 50-45 nonconference victory over the Rose-Hulman women’s basketball team.
Strickland pours in 30, but the Engineers fall in home opener
Carroll University withstood a last-minute challenge by Rose-Hulman to earn a 67-64 men’s basketball victory in the Engineers’ home opener Saturday afternoon in Hulbert Arena.
Rose men’s soccer ends best season ever in Sweet 16 loss
The best season in Rose-Hulman men’s soccer history came to an end Saturday night with a 3-0 loss to Franklin & Marshall in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Division III tournament.
Strickland leads Rose over Chicago in men's basketball
Rose-Hulman senior Julian Strickland fired in a career-high 31 points to lead the Engineers past the University of Chicago 85-80 in men’s college basketball Saturday night.
Strickland finished 11 of 19 from the field and 8 of 10 from the free-throw line with eight rebounds and five assists to lead the performance. He previously scored 30 points in the 2012 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament title game victory over Transylvania that launched the Engineers into the NCAA tournament.
Rose's dream soccer season ends with 3-0 loss to Franklin & Marshall
The best season in Rose-Hulman men’s soccer history came to an end with a 3-0 loss to Franklin & Marshall in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Division III tournament.
Franklin and Marshall standout Ben Beaver scored once in each half to provide the offense, and goalkeeper T.J. White recorded a shutout to lead the defensive effort for the Diplomats.
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