Match 2 of weekend
Rose-Hulman 2,195-2,238-4,433 (smallbore-air rifle-total) — Adam Foss 558-565-1,123, Evan Duvall 560-548-1,108, Suzanne Eisenberger 544-564-1,108, Allie Carlson 533-561-1,094.
n Rose-Hulman 4,417, MIT 4,377 — At Boston, Rose-Hulman earned a triumph over Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Friday in the first of two matches scheduled for this weekend.
Rose seniors Evan Duvall and Adam Foss tied for team-high honors with scores of 1,117.
Match 1 of weekend
Rose-Hulman 2,188-2,229-4,417 (smallbore-air rifle-total) — Evan Duvall 553-564-1,117, Adam Foss 549-568-1,117, Suzanne Eisenburger 550-552-1,102, Allie Carlson 536-545-1,081.
n Transylvania 1, Rose-Hulman 0, OT — At Lexington, Ky., despite a valiant effort by the Engineers’ defense, Rose-Hulman dropped its first Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference match of the season in Saturday’s overtime loss.
Rose (8-3-4, 4-1 HCAC) battled the Pioneers to a scoreless tie until Transylvania’s Michelle Schroeck struck for an unassisted goal in the 99th minute, her first of the season.
Transylvania (9-3-2, 3-1-1 HCAC) outshot the Engineers by a tally of 21-7, but RHIT sophomore keeper Lucinda Combs kept her squad in the match by recording a game-high 13 saves.
The Engineers now find themselves in a two-way tie for second place with Manchester in the HCAC standings, as Hanover grabbed the top spot after its 4-0 win over Bluffton on Saturday.
Rose will return to home action Tuesday when it hosts Franklin for a 7 p.m. matchup at the Intramural Field.