TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- No. 23 ranked Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology won seven events to top No. 11 ranked DePauw University 156-140 in men's swimming and diving action on Friday night at the Sports & Recreation Center Natatorium.
Rose-Hulman's performance was led by two swimmers with two individual first-place finishes. Pierce Bartine won the 50-freestyle (21.20) and 100-butterfly (50.76), while Cam Gill took top honors in the 100-freestyle (47.66) and the 100-backstroke (53.55).
The men's senior class of five completed their career with a perfect dual meet record in the Rose-Hulman Natatorium with Friday night's win. Rose-Hulman also defeated DePauw for the third consecutive year for the first time in the program's 26-year history.
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Invitational at Franklin Community High School next Saturday.