Rose men, women fall short at Manchester
Rose-Hulman sophomore Austin Weatherford recorded his second double-double of the season, but Manchester held off the Engineers to earn a 67-59 victory in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball Saturday afternoon.
Pooling his talent at Rose
John Huster is a familiar name in local swimming circles, although not having been a competitive swimmer for as long as you might think.
Still, the former Terre Haute North standout, currently a sophomore at Rose-Hulman, has made an impact in his relative few years in swimming.
Rose men pick up HCAC win over Defiance
Rose-Hulman led from start to finish and withstood a late charge by Defiance to capture a 70-65 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball victory on Saturday.
Rose track, field athletes shine at Friday Night Invitational
Rose-Hulman student-athletes combined for three NCAA qualification efforts, two school records and 16 event victories at the Engineer Friday Night Track and Field Invitational.
METRO/PREP ROUNDUP: Rose’s Dickerson wins Heartland honor
Rose-Hulman’s Alisa Dickerson has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for her efforts in last week’s sweep of Anderson and Mount St. Joseph.
Rose men mount defensive wall
Rose-Hulman relied on its best defensive effort in seven seasons to top Mount St. Joseph 56-38 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball action on Saturday.
Rose women top Mount St. Joseph
Rose-Hulman improved to 4-4 on the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball season with a 66-52 victory over Mount St. Joseph on Saturday.
Rose men fall at Butler
Bluffton relied on a balanced scoring attack and strong free throw shooting to down Rose-Hulman 76-64 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball Saturday.
Sophomore Austin Weatherford tied a career high with 22 points to pace the Engineers’ offensive effort.
Engineers drop 2-pointer to Spartans
If there was ever a prophetic moment in a ballgame, this was it. Rose-Hulman shots in a single possession. Spindler proceeded to draw a foul at the other end of the floor, and banked two free throws.
Early turnovers doom Rose women in 8-point loss to Manchester
It wouldn’t take long perusing the first-half stat sheet to determine what went awry for Rose-Hulman in its Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball matchup with Manchester.
Rose introduces new football coach to its campus
The course work at the University of Chicago is quite a bit different than that at Rose-Hulman, but the test scores required to get the chance to do that work are similar.
Marian holds off Rose women’s second-half charge
Marian University relied on a strong defensive effort to hold off a second half Rose-Hulman charge and earn a 61-52 women’s basketball victory Saturday afternoon.
Rose-Hulman basketball teams sweeps Earlham
Rose-Hulman retained the John Mutchner Cup for the fourth straight year with a balanced scoring attack and an 83-69 men’s basketball win at Earlham.
Balanced scoring paces Rose men to 74-66 win
Rose-Hulman placed four players in double figures and held off a Defiance charge to earn a 74-66 men’s basketball victory Saturday in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play at Hulbert Arena.
Rose-Hulman women can’t get past Defiance
Defiance closed the first half with a strong run and held off Rose-Hulman in the second half to earn a 67-50 women’s HCAC victory Saturday at Rose.
Rose-Hulman depth, hustle too much for Franklin
In a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference opener for both teams, Rose-Hulman’s depth and hustle proved to be the difference Wednesday against Franklin in Hulbert Arena.
Rose women hold off late Franklin charge for win
Rose-Hulman’s women’s basketball team built a 13-point second-half lead and held off a late Franklin charge to earn a 54-49 victory in its Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference opener Wednesday night.
Rose-Hulman men drop season opener
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology placed three players in double figures but could not overcome Wilmington College in a tightly contested 66-57 opening night men’s basketball loss on Friday.
ROSE HOOPS PREVIEW: Only one senior — again — but plenty of depth for men’s team
It’s a case of deja vu all over again for the Rose-Hulman men’s basketball team. For the second year in a row, the Engineers sport just one senior on their roster.
ROSE HOOPS PREVIEW: Women’s team, hoping to avoid last year’s woes, sees magic ‘bullets’
To say the Rose-Hulman women’s basketball team had difficulty last season, well, that would be putting it mildly.
Rose locks up fifth straight winning season
On the same Saturday that Indiana State’s football team clinched a winning season, Rose-Hulman did the same — for the fifth year in a row.
Rose players believe they’ll fare better this year vs. ‘best’ team they’ll face
Indiana State competes in men’s basketball at the NCAA Division I level, while Rose-Hulman plays NCAA Division III.
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Egli, Cain return home for Rose Hall of Fame induction
Half joking and perhaps half serious, Bryan Egli said last week that he did pretty well in sports for being the fourth-best athlete in his family.
Balanced offense lifts Hanover over Rose
Hanover College relied on a balanced offensive attack to defeat Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 52-31 Saturday in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football opener for both schools..
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METRO ROUNDUP: Rose tennis stays unbeaten
The Rose women’s tennis team remained undefeated Saturday in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference as it defeated Mount St. Joseph and Transylvania.
DePauw's Engle throws six TDs against Rose
DePauw senior quarterback Michael Engle had started one previous college football game as a junior last year vs. Sewanee. But against Rose-Hulman on Saturday, this was his first start as “the man” for the Tigers.
And what a debut it was for the former Terre Haute South standout.
Casey’s Snyder takes Engineers’ reins
For the first time since Derek Eitel was a freshman, a full-fledged competition for the quarterback position is taking place at Rose-Hulman — and interim head coach Jayson Martin is of the opinion that competition is a good thing.
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