HANOVER, IND. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute
of Technology men's soccer team defeated Hanover College
4-0 on Saturday afternoon.
Rose- Hulman scored one first half
goal. In the 31st minute when sophomore
Spencer Johnson (Yorkville, Ill.) knocked in his
first career goal off a pass from sophomore Ryan Rieboldt
Just two minutes after halftime, junior
B.J. Thompson (Princeton, Ind.) knocked
in the second Engineer goal in the 47th minute for his second
goal of the season. Sophomore John Munson
(Bloomington, Ind./University) had the assist.
In the 66th minute, sophomore
William Senat (Edmond, Okla/North) scored his
fifth goal of the season off a pass from Clint Vatterodt
(Bloomington, Ill./University) to make the score
3-0. The assist was Vatterrodt's school record setting 21st
in his Rose-Hulman career.
Senat then returned the favor in the 88th
minute, assisting on Vatterodt's 12th goal of the season in the
final score of the day.
Freshman Drew Miller (Cincinnati,
Ohio/Bishop Fenwick) picked up the shutout in goal with a
pair of saves.
The Fightin' Engineers are now 8-5
overall and 2-1 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play
this season. Hanover fell to a 4-8 mark and is 1-2 in
Rose-Hulman returns home on Tuesday for a 7
p.m. matchup with in-state rival Franklin.