HAUTE, IND. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's
and women's swimming and diving teams competed against
Millikin University on Friday night.
Three individuals won two events each to
pace the Engineer women's effort. On the swimming side,
freshman Laura Danhauer (Barrington, Ill.) swept
the 500- and 1,000-freestyle events in time of 5:53.18 and
12:30.50. Junior Shannon Cunnien (Brooklyn Park,
Minn./Benilde-St. Margaret's) added victories in the
100-freestyle (59.46) and 100-breaststroke (1:19.39).
Junior Nicole Richardson
(Janesville, Wis./George Parker) swept the one- and
three-meter diving events with scores of 181.85 and 185.65.
Freshman Celeste Kline (Terre Haute/North) added
the seventh and final women's victory in the 100-backstroke in a
time of 1:06.42.
The men's squad captured 10 individual event
victories and also won two relay events on the
Junior John Huster (Terre
Haute/North) earned wins in the 50-freestyle (22.23) and
the 100-butterfly (52.96). Junior Matt Ross (West
Lafayette/Harrison) also contriuted two swimming wins in
the 100-backstroke (1:00.24) and the 400-individual medley
Junior Ryely Moore (Claremont,
Calif.) added two event wins by sweeping the one- and
three-meter diving events with 145.95 and 146.05 points.
Other individual winners included sophomore
Stephen Wuest (Fort Wayne/Dwenger) in the
100-freestyle (52.50); sophomore Aaron Foreman (Kingwood,
Texas) in the 200-freestyle (1:57.29); sophomore
Chris Petersen (Summit, N.J.) in the 500-freesyle
(5:25.93); and freshman Stephen Housman
(Elkhart/Concord) in the 1,000-freestyle
The men's portion of the squad returns to action on Saturday at
Wabash College. The women's team will return to the
competition pool on Nov. 18 at the Wabash Invitational.