TERRE HAUTE —
Rose-Hulman has won the 2013-2014 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men’s All-Sports trophy, the conference announced Monday.
The Engineers, who were first in football, basketball and both indoor and outdoor track and second in cross country, soccer and tennis, have won the trophy six times since joining the HCAC.
Rose had 75 points in the all-sports standings, with Hanover and Franklin tied for second with 52 each. Trailing the top three were Manchester (47.7), Defiance (47), Transylvania (44.7), Anderson (40.8), Mount St. Joseph (39.2), Earlham (33.2) and Bluffton (29.5).
Hanover won the women’s trophy for the third straight year and fifth time overall, winning HCAC championships in tennis, golf, soccer and cross country while finishing second in basketball and indoor and outdoor track and field.
Rose-Hulman placed fourth, trailing Hanover (69), Transylvania (61.5) and Franklin (55.3) with a total of 53.5 points. Behind the Engineers were Manchester (47.8), Anderson (41.3), Defiance (39), Mount St. Joseph (32), Bluffton (31.5) and Earlham (19).
• Lockwood, Stagg are Sycamore scholar-athletes — State Farm Insurance and Indiana State University announced Monday that Taylor Lockwood and David Stagg are Sycamore Scholar-Athletes for April.
Lockwood, a sophomore pitcher for the softball team, led the Sycamores in earned run average (3.34) and strikeouts (96). She is a nursing major.
Stagg, the Friday night pitcher for the ISU baseball team, was 2-1 in April, giving up just 16 hits in 30 1/3 innings while striking out 34 and walking 14. He had a no-decision at Southern Illinois despite pitching nine hitless innings in a game ISU eventually lost in the 13th inning. He is a physical education/exercise science major.
• Seniors compete — The following result was reported from the first weekend of Terre Haute Men’s Senior League play.
Yankees 011 100 03 — 6 10 0
Diamondbacks 000 000 00 — 0 2 3
W — K.Volkers. L — Humphrey.
Highlights — For the Volkers Group Yankees, Kyle Volkers pitched a 2-hitter with 14 strikeouts, Joe Bush had 3 hits and Steve Frederick and Larry Roesch had 2 hits each. Cole and Kassis had hits for the Diamondbacks.