In other golf:
• Engineers third — At Seymour, Rose-Hulman’s women placed third in the nine-team Hanover Invitational that ended Sunday.
Peem Chanrotchananphan led the Engineer effort with rounds of 78 on Saturday and 85 on Sunday. The final round took place at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour, where the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships occur later this fall.
Team scores — Hanover 327-323-650, Marian 319-337-656, Rose-Hulman 328-338-666, Franklin 337-338-675, Transylvania 347-355-702, Anderson 361-365-726, Mount St. Joseph 370-356-726, Manchester 356-382-738, Defiance 414-423-837.
Rose-Hulman — Peem Chanrotchanaphan 78-85-163, Deanne De Keizer 80-84-164, Erin Scully 84-80-164, Taylor King 80-92-172, Hayley Vonder Haar 86-89-175, Jaclyn Smith 94-94-188, Chloe LaVelle 91-98-189, Amanda Krauss 93-103-196.
• Member-member — At the Country Club of Terre Haute, Jimm Nidlinger Jr. and Jimm Nidlinger Sr. won the member-member tournament last week.
Member-member — Jimm Nidlinger Jr.-Jimm Nidlinger Sr., Scott McVey-Richard Booe, Ralph Cutter-Derek Depuydt, Greg Jennings-Mike Woodward
Calcutta — Nidlinger Jr.-Nidlinger Sr., McVey-Booe, Cutter-Depuydt
• SIUE 1, Indiana State 0 — At Edwardsville, Ill., the visiting Sycamores couldn’t continue momentum from their 4-0 win on Friday and lost a defensive struggle on Sunday.
Chelsea Smith scored the only goal in the 20th minute as ISU was outshot 9-3 in the first half and 17-15 for the match.
ISU had two corner kicks and a free kick by Kayla Welch that just missed in the last five minutes of rare stoppage time. Brittany San Roman had eight saves for the Sycamores, while Welch had four shots and Taylor Reed 3.
Now 2-3, Indiana State plays Friday at Illinois. SIUE is 4-1.
• DePauw 2, Rose-Hulman 0 — At Greencastle, the Engineer men gave up one goal in each half to the 21st-ranked Tigers.
Andy Morrison scored in the seventh minute, Julian Gonzalez in the 79th minute for DePauw. Rose held the Tigers to just nine shots, but recorded only four of its own.
Now 1-1-1, Rose-Hulman plays its home opener Wednesday night against Greenville. DePauw is 5-0.