The Rose-Hulman women’s soccer team swept three major awards and placed 10 players on the all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference team in results released by the league Tuesday.

Jennifer Gordon earned HCAC Player of the Year honors, Molly Richardson captured league Freshman of the Year accolades and Brad Hauter was named conference Coach of the Year.

In addition to Gordon and Richardson, first-team all-league honorees included Morgan Coan, Sarah Graber, Rachel Miller, Liz Ridgway and Julie Roebel.

Rose players capturing second-team all-league accolades were Caroline Bundrick, Ame Turner and Jen Lyman.

Gordon leads all NCAA soccer players (male or female in Division I, II and III) with 26 assists and 1.24 assists per game this season. She has added seven goals to share the conference scoring lead with 40 points.

Gordon’s career has featured school records with 49 career assists, in addition to her conference record 26 assists this fall. The biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering double major has earned two ESPN The Magazine academic all-district honors in her career and is a finalist for the Academic All-America Team this fall.

Richardson sparked Rose-Hulman’s offense with 17 goals and ranks third in the conference, behind Gordon and Roebel, with 39 points. Her efforts have included seven game-winning goals, including the lone score in the HCAC championship-game victory over Transylvania last weekend.

Hauter has coached the Engineers to a school-record 19-2 mark this season, including 16 conference victories entering the team’s first NCAA Division III tournament appearance that begins this weekend against Denison.

Rose-Hulman earned its first conference championship in women’s soccer this fall and also chalked up the first league title in women’s athletics history at the college.

Golf

n Sycamores finish ninth — At Gulf Shores, Ala., Indiana State finished ninth in the UAB Beach Bash on Monday and Tuesday at The Peninsula Golf Club.

The Sycamores posted a second-day score of 323 to finish with a two-day score of 638. East Carolina won the tournament with a score of 589.

ISU sophomore Breanne Smith finished 11th with a 152, following her opening-round score of 74 with another solid round of 78.

Teammate Abby Butler matched Smith with a second-round 78 which followed her first-day 79 to card a tournament total of 157, which put her in a tie for 26th.

Kayley Bodine shot an 81 on Day 2 after firing an 80 in the opening round to finish with a two-day score of 161, which was good enough to tie for 35th.

High school

n West Vigo fall awards — The following are West Vigo fall sports awards winners announced Tuesday:



Football

Aaron Baker, Mackensie Kennedy, Justen Landrus, Brentin Owen, Brandon Yaw, Ryan Childers, Luke Kernstein, Casey Sereno, Mark Wilson, Ian Bolin, Nick Cramer, Aaron Hofmann, Austin Humphrey, Landon Keith+, Keith Kelley+, Dyman Lewellyn, Dan Mrazik, John Quillen*, Kameron Silcock*, Cody Wiggins, Jacob Cobble, Bob Kirkman, Shane Livingston, Dylan Regan, Brandon Blystone, Lance Garrett, Cody Leek, Jacob Shank, Ethan Wyrick+, Trey Budd*, Jessie Earls, Josh Hubbard, Andy Jackson*, Dirk Keller, Trevor Kelsheimer, Lucas Mackey+, Jesse Murphy, Ryan Roach, Caleb Tilford, Justin Doan, Tanner Kos, Zane Mann, Jeff Whitsit, Nick Brownfield, Bobby Hart, Cole Lydick, Jordan Smith, Dylan Aff, John Burt+, Jeremy Hillhouse+, Don Humes, Jeff Jones*, Jacob Kelley+, Craig Knoepfel, Dalton Mix, Jesse Padgett, Tyler Rohlman, Aaron Welch. Managers: Amber Fields, Emilee Roberts+, Brant Keller, Chris Waller, Tim Gilpin.

Most valuable offensive player: Silcock, Most valuable defensive player: Quillen. Most valuable special teams player: Knoepfel. Most improved: Bolin. Viking Mental Attitude award: Budd, D.Keller. Most valuable scout team player: Lewellyn. George A. Hawkins Memorial award: Mrazik.

Tennis

Boys — Evan Miller *+, Jeremy Lucas+, Austin Tewell+, Kyle Papinchock*, Stephen Engles+, Garrett Rood+, Joel Modesitt*+, Adam Thompson, T.C. Wampler+.

No. 1 singles player: Modesitt. Mental attitude: Modesitt. Most improved: Wampler. Best Doubles team: Miller andPapinchock.

Cross country

Boys — Steven Scank, Sean Burton+, Austin Deal, Eli Hendricks, Jack Sanders+, Dylan Graves, Fred Powers+, Brodey McCalister+, Ryan Crowther.

Most Valuable: Deal. Mental Attitude winner: Burton.

Girls — Thia Flinn+, Jenny Fifer+, Julie Donovan, Melissa Porter*+, Heather Donovan, Lindsay Stroot, Ariel Bose+, Dixie Sanders+, Brittany Solomon.

Golf

Girls — Breanna Marrs+, Brittany Edmondson+, Mary Roberts+, Brittany Marrs, Cecilia Gray, Christina Vines+, Emily McCormick, Ashley Kennedy+, Emily Wheatfill.

Mental attitude: Kennedy. Low gross: Gray.

Soccer

Girls — Brandy VanCleave+, Jena Thralls+, Ashleigh Wavrin, Kelsey Debney+, Chelsy Brown+, Marianne Umphries+, Kylie McClain, Alexis Clifford, Haleigh Sanders+, Jocelyn Gregg*+, Lindsey Cates+, Kelsie Clark, Allison Fifer, Brittney Davidson, Ashley Vermillion+, Chandra Cortez+, Sarah Klotz*+, Lisa Compton, Bailey Parker, McKenzie Chrisman, Elyssa Favre.

Most improved: Parker. Most valuable: Gregg. Best offensive player: Cates and Cortez. Mental attitude: Thralls. Best defensive player: Klotz.

Boys — Dre Broussea*+, Derek Edwards+, Pablo Castillo, Cody Jones+, Isaac Williams, Brice McFaddin, Mike Bucur+, Owen Porter, Grant Ellis, Trevor Kelsheimer, Matt Perkins+, Cody Conaty*+, Austin Thralls+, Jordan Thralls+, Ethan Wyrick+, Anthony Cottom+.

Most improved: Williams. Most valuable: Conaty. Best offensive player: Castillo. Mental attitude: Brousseau. Best defensive player: Edwards.

Volleyball

Megan Jackson+, Brianna Stewart, Chelsea Calderone, Caitlyn Tilford, Josey Holscher*+, Kaysee Pearson, Amy Piper, Ashley Sexton, Amberlee Gardner*, Jessica Coombs, Amanda Osborne+.

Vike award, most digs, best passing percentage: Holscher. Best serve percentage, most assists: Pearson. Best attacking percentage: Coombs. Most kills, most blocks: Gardner.

* — WIC All-Conference

+ — Student Council academic excellence

Volleyball

n TRC team named — Two players from Shakamak were named to the first team in Tri-River all-conference voting.

Amanda Gilbert and Heather Gilbert were first-team picks along with Ashlea Beard of Linton.

Shakamak and Linton each won a sectional championship.



TRC honor teams

First team — Heather Gilbert and Amanda Gilbert of Shakamak, Hilari Howard of Union, Kristina Ladika of North Central, Ashlea Beard of Linton, Angie Camp of Clay City.

Second team — Kelly McCullough of Clay City, Lindsey Staletovich of Eminence, Megan Barnes and Jesse Bohnert of Linton, Chelsea Hudson of Shakamak, Megan Gambill of Union.

Honorable mention — Cara Hale and Whitni Scott of Union, Lauren Dunford and Megan Stone of North Central, Emily Reed of Clay City, Dani Merrick of Eminence, Ashley Sparks of Linton.

Golf

n Double eagle — On Monday, Bill Kammler holed a rare double eagle on the 16th hole at Rea Park. Witnesses were Bob Boyer, Art Meadows and Dick Kackley.

Auto racing

n Races slated — U.S. Auto Club racing in three divisions is scheduled this week in Arizona.

Features for midgets and Silver Crown cars will make up the Copper World Classic on Thursday at Phoenix International Raceway.

Bud Kaeding just needs to start the 100-mile Silver Crown event to wrap up his second straight straight championship in the division. Mat Neely of Robinson, Ill., ranks third in the SC point totals.

Jerry Coons Jr. can move a step closer to a second straight midget title with a good finish in the 25-lap feature for the midgets.

Basketball

n Middle school — The following scores have been reported to the Tribune-Star:



BOYS

Tuesday

Eighth grade — Honey Creek 44 (Holden Smith 12), Woodrow Wilson 39 (Wiley 11, O’Leary 12); West Vigo 47 (Henderson 14, Houser 12, Cody Thornton 10), Sarah Scott 45 (Ian Long 11, Leon Hill 10).

Seventh grade — Honey Creek 50 (Jay Turner 15, Blake Cesinger 13, Gary Ulrich 12), Woodrow Wilson 39 (Davis 13, Grady 12); Sarah Scott 42 (Brother Scank 17, Howard Lawson 12), West Vigo 23 (Daniel Mackery 6).

Sixth grade — Woodrow Wilson 34 (Jacob Johnson 14, Jake Williamson 10), Honey Creek 13 (Nick Prevo 5); Otter Creek “A” 44 (Johnny Eilbracht 10), Chauncey Rose “A” 35 (John Rogers 13); Otter Creek “B” 27 (Ricky Brookins 14), Chauncey Rose “B” 24 (Damien Cooper 13); Sarah Scott “A” 22 (Dwayne Perry 9), West Vigo “A” 11 (Jimmy Maples 5); Sarah Scott “B” 25 (Petr Rodway 14), West Vigo “B” 14 (Brady Cole, Tyler Mix and Rory Summerville 4).

Last Thursday

Seventh grade — Sarah Scott “A” 47 (Dillion Bell and Jamar Dashillias 12), North Clay “A” 28; Sarah Scott “B” 21 (Cheany Evitts and Anthony Long 6), North Clay “B” 19.

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