News From Terre Haute, Indiana

October 14, 2012

Metro roundup: Rose women advances to HCAC championship match in tennis

Staff report
The Tribune-Star

INDIANAPOLIS — Rose-Hulman advanced to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s tennis championship match with a 5-1 victory over Transylvania on Saturday.

Rose (11-2) will square off with Franklin (12-2) in a battle of the top two seeds in the tournament today. The winner will earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament this spring.

On Saturday, the singles trio of junior Paige Cook, freshman Lauren Miller and sophomore Kylie McCollum swept wins and the No. 4, 5 and 6 positions for the Engineers.

The match began with doubles wins at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions for Rose-Hulman. The No. 2 team featured Cook and sophomore Koharuko Fujita, with the No. 3 team, including McCollum and junior Lauren Reberger.



Rose-Hulman 5, Transylvania 1

Singles — Marie Stettler (RH) vs. Claire Mielcarek (TU) unfinished; Suzana Mohd (RH) vs. Kaitlin Hizny (TU) unfinished; Melissa Montgomery (RH) vs. Megan Dixon (TU) unfinished; Paige Cook (RH) def. Victoria Haugli 6-0, 6-1; Lauren Miller (RH) def. Caroline Tapscott 6-2, 6-1; Kylie McCollum (RH) def. Savannah Barnett 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — Hizny-Mielcarek (TU) def. Montgomery-Stettler 9-7; Cook-Koharuko Fujita (RH) def. Dixon-Haugli 8-1; McCollum-Lauren Reberger (RH) def. Barnett-Taylor McCreary 8-3.

Soccer

Men


Rose-Hulman 2, Transylvania 2 — At Rose-Hulman, the host Engineers battled hard in double overtime to earn a draw against Transylvania on Saturday.

The Engineers jumped to a 1-0 lead thanks to a shot in the ninth minute by junior William Senat. Senat also contributed on a double assist alongside junior Ishmael Marshall to junior Drew Belk in the 74th minute.

Transylvania’s Tyler Crombie recorded two assists to Eric Froschauer and Kyle Smith, both in the second half.

Rose also celebrated senior day for Joe Byrd, Adam Carlson, Zane Englert and B.J. Thompson prior to the match.

Rose-Hulman (8-4-3 overall, 4-0-1 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference) will travel to Franklin on Wednesday. Transylvania fell to 10-1-3 and 4-0-1 respectively.

Women

Transylvania 2, Rose-Hulman 0 — At Rose-Hulman, the host Engineers fell to Transylvania in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference action Saturday.

Rose also celebrated senior day for Ally Nelson and Amy Schleter prior to the match.

Rose-Hulman (7-6-2 overall, 2-2-1 HCAC) will play Tuesday at Franklin. Transylvania improved to 8-4-1 and 4-1 respectively.

Rifle

Engineers claim title — At Boston, Rose-Hulman topped Massachusetts Institute of Technology by one point to win the four-team Engineer Invitational on Saturday.

Rose-Hulman scored 4,377 points to top the 4,376 total by MIT. John Jay and Worcester Polytechnic rounded out the placement.

Junior Evan Duvall led the Engineers with a total score of 1,110 points, tallying 557 in smallbore and 553 in air rifle.

The result marked Rose’s first intercollegiate athletic victory over MIT in a team competition.

Rose-Hulman will compete in a dual match against MIT today.



MIT Engineer Invitational

Team scores — Rose-Hulman 4,377, MIT 4,376, Worcester Polytechnic 4,096, John Jay 3,912.

Rose-Hulman individuals (smallbore/air rifle/total) — Evan Duvall 557-553-1,110, Adam Foss 557-548-1,105, Suzanne Eisenberger 537-545-1,082, Allison Carlson 527-553-1,080.

Golf

Rose-Hulman 3rd — At Franklin, Rose-Hulman stands third halfway through the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s championships.

Rose fired a team score of 361 to edge out Mount St. Joseph for third place in the overnight standings. Franklin (336) and Hanover (347) lead the event with 18 holes remaining.

Rose-Hulman will conclude the HCAC championships today at Legends of Indiana Course.



HCAC championships (Day 1)

Team scores — Franklin 336, Hanover 347; 3) Rose-Hulman 361; 4) Mount St. Joseph 362; 5) Transylvania 368; 6) Manchester 371; 7) Defiance 381

Rose-Hulman scores — 5. (tie) Deanne DeKeizer and Hayley Vonder Haar 85; 22. Jaclyn Smith 95; 25. Miriam Remmers 96; 31. Emily Barker 99.



Farm Bureau event — At Idle Creek, the quintet of Rob Hufty, David Harding, Jeremy Thomas, Kevin Coon and Tony Matricia shot a 64 to win the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance event Wednesday.



Gross division

64 — Rob Hufty, David Harding, Jeremy Thomas, Kevin Coon, Tony Matricia.

65 — C.R. Leonard, Dan Daniel, Chris Frazier, Bob Hendershot.

65 — Travis Brett, Heath Powers, Lee James, Jim Stafford.

Proximity winners

Closest to the pin — Scott Hess on No. 3 and Jack Cappa on No. 9. Long drives — Mike Perry on No. 15 and Billy Guy on No. 18.

Cross country

Women


Rose 16th — At Wilmington, Ohio, Rose-Hulman finished 16th in the 33-team Wilmington Invitational 5K race Friday.

Junior Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery led the Engineers’ effort with a 50th-place finish in a time of 19:53.

Rose will return to action in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships on Oct. 27 at Bluffton.



Wilmington Invitational

Team scores — Ashland 82, Huntington 109, Mount Union 143, Wooster 196, Findlay 208, Cumberlands 250, Wright State 261, Hanover 263, Wilmington 311, Ohio Dominican 347, Otterbein 361, Macomb 366, Cleveland State 375, Franklin 396, Lindsey Wilson 404, Rose-Hulman 432, Wittenberg 435, Anderson 441, Lincoln Memorial 451, John Carroll 487, Mount Union 500, Asbury 526, Muskingum 571, North Kentucky 583, Berea 593, Earlham 791, Thomas More 807, Mount St. Joseph 820, Spalding 866, Defiance 889, IU-East 903, Transylvania 918, IU-Kokomo 961.

Rose-Hulman top runners — 50. Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery 19:53; 67. Nicole Gonzalez 20:12; 77. Creasy Clauser 20:18; 130. Katherine Moravec 21:01; 164. Ashley Schumacher 21:24; 198. Madison Thompson 21:51.



Men

Rose 7th — At Wilmington, Ohio, Rose-Hulman placed seventh overall and first among Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference teams in the Wilmington Invitational 8K race Friday.

Rose sophomore Stuart West finished 27th out of 380 runners.

Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships hosted by Bluffton on Oct. 27.



Team scores — Ashland 28, Berea 133, Cumberlands 152, Findlay 153, Mount Union 196, Muskingum 238, Rose-Hulman 250, Wilmington 261, Rio Grande 281, Franklin 332, Wooster 337, Huntington 379, Spalding 382, Wittenberg 383, Defiance 388, Hanover 446, Wright State 471, Lincoln Memorial 479, Anderson 492, Ohio Dominican 529, Macomb 542, Otterbein 568, Lindsey Wilson 619, Thomas More 633, John Carroll 647, Mount Vernon Nazarene 666, IU-East 774, Earlham 814, IU-Kokomo 840, West Virginia Tech 939, Mount St. Joseph 979, St. Catharine 1,002, Transylvania 1,019, Central State 1,075.

Rose-Hulman top runners — 27. Stuart West 26:03; 47. Andrew Thompson 26:22; 65. Jacob Becker 26:32; 69. Kevin Mauser 26:39; 79. Matthew Lash 26:53; 90. Kyle Smolarek 27:04; 93. Josh Hojnacki 27:07; 117. Sam Sobczak 27:24; 125. Robbie Mayhew 27:31; 139. Derek Heeger 27:41; 140. Ryan Meyer 27:42; 147. Addison Wiliams 27:46; 182. Brandon Bullitt 28:13; 186. Alex Leversen 28:17; 194. Nick Woerner 28:24.

Running

Hot Pursuit results — At World Gospel Church, James Grounds (male) and TaPring Goatee (female) were the overall champions in the 2012 THPD Hot Pursuit 5K race Saturday.



THPD Hot Pursuit 5K

Top 30 — James Grounds (overall male champion) 16:57, Ryan Hannaford 18:53, Daniel Alexander 19:07, Colton Bunten 19:10, Kyle Toney 19:20, TaPring Goatee (overal female champion) 19:31, Benjamin Pettus 19:40, Joe Brewer 19:45, Brandon Lampe 19:54, Pam Pell 20:22.

Zade Reberger 20:53, Majel Wells 20:58, Kiowa Burris 21:28, Ivan Fink 21:30, Dan Smiddy 21:35, Carey Christjansen 21:49, Danny Dailey 22:05, Karson Lewsader 22:10, Mitch Reberger 22:15, Darrell Bunten 22:28.

Brad Griffin 22:36, Pamela Gresham 22:55, Dan Phillips 23:16, Chris Jones 23:18, Kevin Lewsader 23:24, Steve Moore 23:26, Larry Fish 23:37, Dave Williams 23:38, Chris Hoffman 23:48, Matt Sebastian 23:50.