TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's and women's swimming and diving teams combined for 21 event victories to earn team wins over Anderson University on Friday night at the Sports & Recreation Center Natatorium.
The women's squad won eight events to pick up a narrow 116-110 victory over the Ravens. On the men's side, Rose-Hulman captured victories in all 13 events to win 128-57.
On the women's side, Lauren Blake led the Fightin' Engineers with three individual event wins. Blake swept the 100-freestyle (56.41), 200-freestyle (2:04.21) and 500-freestyle (5:37.75).
Michaela Kivett and Elisa Weber added two individual wins each. Kivett provided Rose-Hulman maximum points by winning one-meter (208.35) and three-meter (197.85) diving, while Weber won the 100-butterfly (1:05.45) and the 400-individual medley (5:08.54).
The men's team swept all 13 events in a strong and balanced team performance. Sean Gish had multiple wins by sweeping the 50-freestyle (22.22) and 100-freestyle (48.46) events, and Brendan King also won two freestyle events by capturing the 200 (1:48.72) and 500 (4:53.04).
Other individual swimming winners included William Jordan in the 100-backstroke (58.51); Dutch Kipp in the 100-butterfly (54.37); Ethan Park in the 400-individual medley (4:19.51); Nick Samra in the 100-breaststroke (1:01.90) and Shamus Sparling in the 1,000-freestyle (10:36.09).
The two relay teams also earned top honors. The 200-medley team of Isaac Harper, Park, Bryce Snaguski and Gish won in 1:40.85. The 200-freestyle relay team of Zach Tate, Greg Wenning, Jared Brown and Kipp capped the night with a victory in 1:29.77.
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Transylvania University Invitational on Dec. 1-2.