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Men's Soccer Travels to Hanover For HCAC Men's Soccer Title Game

Men's Soccer Travels to Hanover For HCAC Men's Soccer Title Game

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will travel to face Hanover College in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Championship Game on Saturday.

Saturday, November 9 - 1:00 PM

LIVE COVERAGE: LIVE STATS - LIVE VIDEO 

TOURNAMENT INFO: HCAC TOURNAMENT WEBSITE / HCAC TOURNAMENT PROGRAM

ADMISSION POLICY: For HCAC Tournament play, the following admission charges will be in place.  All transactions are CASH ONLY.
Adults: $8
Senior Citizens and Non-HCAC Students: $5
HCAC Students, Faculty, Staff: FREE

Rose-Hulman News & Notes (16-3, 8-1 HCAC):

* Rose-Hulman advanced to the HCAC Championship match after defeating Transylvania on Wednesday in the Semifinal Match with a final of 2-1.
* Rose-Hulman is receiving votes in the United Soccer Coaches Top 25 poll for the first time since 2016 (POLL HERE)
Takezo Kelly and Ryan Tarr lead the team with seven goals each this season.
Eric Kirby leads the HCAC and ranks in the top 10 in NCAA Division III with 13 assists.
* Kirby also leads the team in points with 23 points and has five goals so far this season.  
* Goalie Pascal Schlee ranks second in the conference with a 0.57 goals-against average and a .836 save percentage.
* Schlee leads NCAA Division III with 12 shutouts this season.
* The Engineers will appear in the HCAC Tournament Championship Match for the sixth time in the last seven years under head coach Sean Helliwell.
* Rose-Hulman has won seven HCAC regular season titles and seeks its sixth NCAA Division III Tournament appearance since 2008.
* The team's last appearance in the NCAA Tournament was in 2015.

Hanover News & Notes (12-5-1, 8-1 HCAC):

* The Panthers advance to the HCAC Championship after defeating Manchester University in the Semifinal Match with a final of 2-0.
* Hanover seeks its second appearance to the NCAA Tournament.
* Their last appearance in the NCAA Tournament was in 2016.
* The Panthers have been a part of four HCAC regular season championships in the past five seasons.
* The teams leading point scorer is Josh Hughes with 7 goals, 9 assists, and 23 points. 
* Other players with points in double figures include Luke Eppler (9 goals, 18 points) and Carlos Schryver (4 goals, 4 assists, and 12 points).