HANOVER, IND. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology men's track and field team outdistanced a solid field,
including NCAA Division II Bellarmine, to win the Hanover College
Invitational on Saturday.
The meet performance included eight team and individual
wins, one school record and two NCAA Division III provisional
national qualification performances.
Junior Sutton Coleman (Lebanon, Va.) and
sophomore Liz Evans (Bicknell/North Knox) combined
for three event wins and both NCAA provisional efforts.
Coleman won the 110-meter high hurdles in an NCAA provisional time
of 14.77 seconds, while Evans provisionally qualified with a
winning high jump leap of 5' 5".
Evans also contributed a win in the long jump with a mark
of 16' 4 1/2".
Sophomore Gloria Boxell (Zionsville/Covenant
Christian) (pictured) added a school record
performance. Boxell established a 100-meter high hurdles
record of 16.68 seconds to earn runner-up honors.
The men's 4-x-400 meter relay squad capped the meet with a
victory to help secure the team victory. Team members
included sophomore Brent Austgen (Cedar Lake/Hanover
Central), senior Paul Bouagnon (St. Charles,
Ill./Burlington Central), junior Tyler Hannan
(Winchester/George Rogers Clark) and Coleman, who ran a
time of 3:22.05.
Other individual winners for Rose-Hulman included Bouagnon
in the 400-meter dash (50.52 seconds); senior Derek Bischak
(Angola) in the 800-meter run (1:58.49); senior
Tyler Kreipke (Zionsville) in the 1,500-meter run
(4:02.10); and sophomore Collin Crowson
(Dublin, Ohio/Jerome) in the pole vault (14'
Other runner-up finishers for the Engineers
included sophomore Creasy Clauser
(Crawfordsville/Southmont) in the 400-meter run
(1:00.42); senior Isaac Stockrahm
(Scottsburg/Salem) in the men's pole vault (12' 5");
Hannan in the 400-meters (50.84); freshman Andrew Thompson
(Mundelin, Ill./Vernon Hills) in the 800 (2:00.19) and
1,500 (4:07.66) runs; sophomore Chris Good
(Bloomington/Edgewood) in the high jump (6' 0"); and
sophomore Greg Larmore (Deerfield, Ill.) in the
men's hammer throw (153' 1").
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the DePauw University
Invitational next Saturday.