Terre Haute, Ind. – Rose-Hulman took an 8-7 non-conference win over DePauw on Thursday after a late rally left the Tigers just a run shy.
After a clean bottom of the inning from pitcher Matt George, DePauw then took a couple of risks on the base paths in the ninth. Charlie Patrick led the inning off with a single but was caught trying to steal second.
Rose-Hulman took a 1-0 lead after the first. Noah Salasky scored on a wild pitch in the second to make it 1-1 but two runs scored in the bottom of the inning and Rose-Hulman never trailed again.
Schneider's double was DePauw's only extra base hit as they collected eight hits in the game. Schneider also had the only multi-hit game for his team, finishing 2-for-3.
Jonathan Azar (0-2) took the loss in two innings of work. Rose-Hulman's Jacob Schult received the win.
DePauw dropped to 4-20 overall, while Rose-Hulman improved to 11-19. DePauw returns to NCAC action Saturday when they host a doubleheader against Hiram.