TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology sophomore Charlie Aimone was named second-team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, while senior Collin Wojcik claimed honorable mention all-league honors in results released by the conference office.
Aimone led the Fightin' Engineers in scoring at 16.2 points per game, including a career-high 36-point performance in a win over Earlham. The civil engineering major recorded 20 double-figure scoring games and surpassed the 20-point mark eight times this season.
Aimone shot 51.3% from the field this year and has scored 634 points in his first two seasons at Rose-Hulman. He also buried 43.7% of his three-point attempts, finished 52-119.
Wojcik ranked second on the team in scoring at 13.6 points per game this season. He reached double figures in scoring 19 times and closed his career with 10 consecutive performances in double figures. The civil engineering major scored a season-high 22 points in a win at HCAC champion and NCAA Tournament representative Hanover in January.
Wojcik capped his career with one Rose-Hulman school record. He set a new career mark for free throw percentage in a career at 86%, topping the previous mark held by Rose-Hulman Athletic Hall of Fame inductee Dave Strange (84%). Wojcik hit 148-of-172 free throws as a Fightin' Engineer.
Senior Wade Stallings was also named to the HCAC All-Sportsmanship Team. Stallings appeared in 98 career games with 41 starts at Rose-Hulman, with 399 career points and 210 assists. This season, Stallings averaged 6.0 points, 2.3 assists and 1.4 rebounds in per game in 25 appeareances and 15 starts.
Rose-Hulman finished 14-12 overall and fourth in the HCAC standings at 12-6 this season. The effort marked the seventh consecutive winning season for Rose-Hulman and the third straight for third-year head coach Rusty Loyd.