Rifle Enjoys Successful Week in Kentucky, Tennessee

DuvallMARTIN, TENN.  -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology rifle team enjoyed a successful weekend at Murray State and Tennessee-Martin on Friday and Saturday.

The team compiled a season-high score of 4,471 to open the weekend at Murray State.  Rose-Hulman followed with a score of 4,414 at Tennessee-Martin.

Sophomore Evan Duvall (Smyrna, Tenn.) paced the Engineers with a record setting day at Murray State.  Duvall set school records for total scoring (1,142), smallbore (575) and kneeling (195) in the historic performance.

Senior Malhon Godwin (Blue Grass, Iowa/Davenport West) placed second among Rose-Hulman competitors with a score of 1,120 at Murray State, highlighted by a 568 in air rifle.

Freshman Allie Carlson (Goose Creek, S.C./Patch American) came home third among Engineers with a score of 1,113 and a 567 in air rifle.  Sophomore Adam Foss (Fort Wayne/Concordia Lutheran) rounded out the team score with a 1,096.

At Tennessee-Martin, the Engineers relied on a 2,256 score in air rifle to bolster the overall performance.  Duvall led Rose-Hulman with a score of 1,124, including a team-high 566 in smallbore.  Foss pitched in with a 1,118 and led the team with 570 in air rifle.

Carlson fired a 1,091, highlighted by 561 in air rifle.  Godwin relied on a score of 567 in air rifle as part of a 1,081 total.

Rose-Hulman returns to action at Ohio State University on Feb. 11.


ROSE-HULMAN 2183-2263=4471
Evan Duvall 575-567=1142
Malhon Godwin 552-568=1120
Allie Carlson 546-567=1113
Adam Foss 530-566=1096
Chris Andrews 324-536=860


ROSE-HULMAN 2158-2256=4414
Evan Duvall 566-558=1124
Adam Foss 548-570=1118
Allie Carlson 530-561=1091
Malhon Godwin 514-567=1081
Chris Andrews 504-505=1009