TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's cross country remains ranked No. 10 in the Great Lakes Region, in a poll released by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Tuesday.
Rose-Hulman is ranked No. 10 in the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Region after winning its first Little State team championship at the Indiana Intercollegiate Meet at Purdue University earlier this month.
The Fightin' Engineers relied on three top-seven finishes to amass just 51 points and win the team title in the 14-team event. NCAA Division II Indianapolis placed second with 88 points, followed by Wabash (97), DePauw (102) and Earlham (149).
Senior Alton Anspaugh led the Rose-Hulman performance with a third-place finish in the Little State Division (26:44). Kennedy Schnieders came home sixth overall with a time of 27:10, followed by Matthew Stevenot in seventh in 27:16. Other scorers for Rose-Hulman included Walt Dearing in 17th place (28:04) and Chandler Harkins in 18th (28:06).
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Millikin University Invitational this Friday.