TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will host Hanover College in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Tournament Championship Game on Saturday at the Engineer Intramural Field.
Saturday, November 9 - 1:00 PM
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 (14-4-1, 8-0-1 HCAC):
* Rose-Hulman competes in its the HCAC Tournament Championship Game for the second time in program history.
* Rose-Hulman won its only previous appearance in the HCAC Tournament Championship Game in 2007.
* Rose-Hulman seeks its second NCAA Division III Tournament trip in program history (first in 2007).
* The Fightin' Engineers won their first outright HCAC regular season championship in 2019. The team shared the HCAC regular season title in 2009.
* Jessica Wells leads the HCAC with 16 goals, 14 assists and 46 points so far this season. Wells is tied for the single-season school record in points set by Jessica Farmer in 2003.
* Wells ranks No. 4 in Rose-Hulman history with 44 career goals, No. 3 in career assists with 28, and No. 4 all-time with 116 career points.
* Lane Lawrence (7 goals, 2 assists), Elle Vuotto (3 goals, 6 assists), Maggie Sheerin (5 goals, 1 assist), and Maddy Twetten (4 goals, 2 assists) have also reached double figures in points this season.
* Veronica Gawarecki was named HCAC Defensive Player of the Week earlier this season after helping limit the opposition to single-digit shots total in two wins.
* Goalkeeper Katie Demert has helped Rose-Hulman achieve 10 total shutouts this season with a 1.18 goals against average and .785 save percentage.
Hanover News & Notes (11-5-2, 7-1-1 HCAC):
* Hanover seeks its sixth trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament in Saturday's matchup.
* The Panthers won the HCAC Tournament championship in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
* Autumn Boothby leads Hanover with 11 goals and 26 points.
* Double-figure scorers for Hanover also include Brandi Brock (4 goals, 5 assists); Kelsey Hughes (5 goals, 3 assists); Anna Smith (5 goals, 2 assists); and Ruby Kate Gray (5 goals).
* Hanover allows just 1.13 goals per game, led by Amanda Carmosino (11-4-2, 0.97 GAA, .849 save percentage)