In a year highlighted by a sixth consecutive outdoor title for the men’s squad and multiple school records by individuals on both the men’s and women’s teams, the Engineers were rightly recognized by the HCAC in results released by the league office this week. In total, the Rose-Hulman track and field team combined to capture 16 all-HCAC outdoor track and field awards. Senior Liz Evans was named HCAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Year, marking the sixth time Evans has won this award. Head coach Larry Cole was named Men’s Head Coach of the Year for the 10th time in his career. Among the seven first-team all-HCAC winners for Rose-Hulman were Tyler Hannan in the 400-meter dash and senior Collin Crowson in the men’s pole vault. Joining them were seniors Jeremiah Edwards and Travis Stallings, junior Clay Becker, sophomore Jake Kelley, and freshman Tyler Duffy. Seniors Greg Larmore and Trey Cahill were named second-team all-HCAC, while junior Andrew Thompson earned the All-Sportsmanship Team award. On the women’s side, the Engineers combined for five all-HCAC awards which included seniors Liz Evans, Creasy Clauser, Tanya Colonna, Gloria Boxell, and junior Erin Cox. Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery earned second-team all-HCAC honors. In addition, Clauser also won the All-Sportsmanship Team award.In competition, the Engineers also had a fruitful day at the Billy Hayes Invitational at Indiana University on Friday evening. Rose-Hulman recorded four top-five finishes and 11 top 10 finishes at the event, which included teams from NCAA Divisions I, II, and III. With a jump of 5’ 7 ¼” in the high jump, senior Liz Evans earned second overall. Senior Creasy Clauser came home in third with a time of 58.13 seconds in the 400-meter dash. Among the other top-five finishes were junior Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery with a fourth-place finish in the 1,500-meter run and senior Tyler Hannan, who finished fifth in the men’s 400-meter dash. Attempting to qualify for the NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships later this month, senior Trey Cahill competed in the North Central College invitational on Thursday. Cahill would finish fourth in the men’s hammer throw with a toss of 175’ 10 ¼”. With a season-best toss of 185’ 9”, he currently ranks 15th nationally. Seniors Liz Evans, Tyler Hannan, and Travis Stallings will travel to the Louisville Cardinal Invitational this Friday in preparation for the NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships on May 23-25 at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.