Rose-Hulman Hosts Earlham College on Senior Day

Rose-Hulman Hosts Earlham College on Senior Day

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will look to win outright the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season title with a win on Senior Day against Earlham College.  The Fightin' Engineers will host the Quakers at 2 p.m. on Saturday Febraury 10 in Hulbert Arena.  Rose-Hulman has won 17 straight games entering the weekend and Rose has won 35 straight games at home, the longest active home winning streak in NCAA Division III women's basketball.  

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Rose-Hulman News & Notes

* Senior Day Spotlight: Lindsey Fagerberg - Fagerberg has started all 22 games this season and has served as a team captain.  Lindsey is averaging career bests of 6.9 ppg and 3.2 rpg.  She has scored in double figures in each of the last three games.  In 2017-18, Lindsey is shooting 46% (68-148) from the field.  Fagerberg is a Biomedical Engineering major from Buena Vista, Colorado.
* Senior Day Spotlight: Alyzia Dilworth - Dilworth has played in 94 career games with 49 starts.  This year Dilworth has started all 22 games and has also been a team captain.  Alyzia has scored 674 career points entering today's game and is averaging 8.4 ppg and 3.4 rpg this season.  Alyzia was an All-HCAC Second Team honoree in 2016-17.  Dilworth is a Mechanical Engineering major from Grand Rapids, Michigan. 
* Rose-Hulman is 19-3 overall and 15-0 against HCAC teams.
* Rose has won 14 of its 17 games by double digits during its current 17-game winning streak that dates back to November of 2017. 

Earlham News & Notes

* Earlham is fighting for a playoff spot and the Quakers sit in a three-way tie just one game out of sixth place.
* Ec is 5-17, 5-10 HCAC.
* The Quakers fell on the road on Wednesday at Hanover by a final score of 81-64.

Rose-Hulman 45, Earlham 23

* Rose-Hulman won by 22 points in the first matchup this between these two teams this season in Richmond.
* The 23 points allowed is the lowest figure that the Fightin' Engineers have allowed this season.  
* RHIT has won five straight against the Quakers.