TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Five Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's basketball players earned spots on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, in results released on Tuesday.
Junior Luke Callahan, senior Aaron Eldridge, senior Josh Richey, senior Stephen Schueth and senior Kyle Steckel captured spots on the team. NABC Honors Court members are juniors or seniors with grade point averages of 3.20 who appeared in varsity action on the season.
Callahan appeared in nine contests and aaveraged 10.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. The mechanical engineering major has reached double figures in scoring nine times in his career, including a career-high 20-point effort.
Eldridge earned a Rose-Hulman mechanical engineering degree in just three years and started the team's Senior Day game against Earlham in 2017-18.
Richey played in six games last season and made 20 appearances in his Rose-Hulman career as an electrical engineering major.
Schueth started 25 games this season and appeared in 86 career games with 70 starts. He averaged 5.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game this season. The mechanical engineering major scored 526 points with 254 rebounds and 146 assists at Rose-Hulman.
Steckel made 84 appearances at Rose-Hulman and won the athletic department wide John Mutchner Award for team leadership in 2018. The chemical engineering major scored 111 points and dished out 99 assists in his Fightin' Engineer career.
Rose-Hulman compiled a 17-10 record and reached the HCAC Tournament championship game for the fifth time since 2012 last winter. The Fightin' Engineers also won a share of the HCAC regular season championship to secure hosting rights for last season's conference tournament at Hulbert Arena.