TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior Dillon Reynolds was named second-team all-conference, while senior Matt Loesing earned honorable mention all-league accolades in the recently completed 2015-16 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketall season.
Reynolds claimed second-team all-league honors after finishing second on the team in scoring at 11.7 points per game. He led the Fightin' Engineers in three-point field goals (47) and was second on the team in assists (87).
Reynolds reached double figures in scoring 23 times this season, including two games with over 20 points. He scored a career-high 23 points in a 75-70 win over Hanover in January.
Reynolds completes his Rose-Hulman career with 476 points and a 90.3 percent free-throw percentage at 93-103.
Loesing led Rose-Hulman in scoring at 13.1 points per game, including a career-high 42 points in a narrow 93-88 overtime loss to Mount St. Joseph in the HCAC Tournament championship game. He shot 61% from the field on the season with a 17-19 performance against Mount St. Joseph.
Loesing reached double figures in scoring 17 times this season with four games of over 20 points. A two-year starter, Loesing completed his career with 696 points and shot 57% from the field. He started his final 54 games at Rose-Hulman.
In addition, senior Brian Decker was named to the HCAC all-sportsmanship team. Decker was a four-year member of the team and appeared in 16 varsity games at Rose-Hulman.
The Fightin' Engineers finished 17-11 overall and reached the HCAC Tournament championship game for the fourth time in five years this season.