Leading the men’s golf team with an eighth place finish at the HCAC Conference Championships held over the past two weekends, freshman Sanders Park became the first Rose-Hulman men’s golfer to win all-conference honors since 2000. As a team, the Engineers finished fifth overall out of the eight competing HCAC teams. Claiming the title for the seventh consecutive year was Transylvania University followed by Hanover College in second. Park fired scores of 78 and 75 in the opening two rounds of the championship at the Aston Oaks Golf Course in North Bend, Ohio. To conclude the championship, Park came home strong with rounds of 77 and 73 at the local Rea Park Golf Course. With his eighth place finish, Park also earned the HCAC Freshman of the Year honor, which recognizes the highest placing freshman finisher at the HCAC Conference Championships. Finishing 10th overall, junior Travis Whithaus recorded scores of 77, 79, 78, and 75. Coming third for the Engineers was junior Jeremy Walters with rounds of 86, 91, 80, and 77. Senior Eric Kamer would win the All-Sportmanship Team award for Rose-Hulman.