HANOVER, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology finished second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Cross Country Championships in a tiebreaker for league title honors, paced by two all-league performances.
Manchester and Rose-Hulman each scored 59 points, but the Spartans won the tiebreak due to having four of its five runners place higher than Rose-Hulman runners at the same position. Hanover came home third, followed by Bluffton and Anderson.
Freshman Matthew Stevenot, sophomore Kennedy Schnieders and senior Brendon Mattiuz earned honorable mention all-league honors and rounded out the Fightin' Engineer team score. Stevenot was 13th in 27:56, Schnieders came home 17th in 28:19, and Mattiuz was 20th in 28:41.
Rose-Hulman will compete in the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional on Nov. 12 at Holland, Mich.