MIT COOP Student-Athlete of the Week

April 19, 2017
Men's Heavweight Crew

Racing on flat water under sunny skies with a 10 mile per hour headwind on Saturday, the MIT men's heavyweight Varsity 8 won the Donahue Cup for the third year in a row. Their time of 6:29.8 was a victory by over 3 seconds over runner-up WPI. 

 

April 19, 2017
Rena Liu, Women's Tennis

Competing against No. 1 Emory and No. 40 Vassar on Saturday, the junior claimed a pair of victories in Singles play.   Against Emory, Liu earned a hard fought 6-4, 3-6, 10-5 victory at the #6 spot before earning a straight set (7-6, 7-5) victory in the #5 spot versus Vassar College. Liu also joined up with teammate Effie Jia for a 8-0 victory in #3 doubles against Vassar College. 

April 11, 2017
Co-Ed Sailing

For the first time in program history the No. 11 nationally-ranked MIT coed sailing team qualified for the Intercollegiate Sailing Association's Team Race National Championship after its outstanding performance at the New England Team Race Championship this weekend. The Engineers finished the regatta third overall with a record of 15-8 and will be joined in San Diego in May by No. 1 Yale University, No. 12 Tufts University and No. 2 Boston College. 

April 11, 2017
Cecilia McCormick
, Women's Lacrosse

Cecilia McCormick tallied five goals and one assist last week for the women's lacrosse team.  In last Wednesday's outing at Wellesley, the sophomore became the 18th player in program history to surpass 100 career points. 

April 5, 2017
Men's Lightweight Crew

The MIT Men's Lightweight Crew team kicked off the spring season with a pair of strong performances at the San Diego Crew Classic this past weekend.  The Engineers won the Secretary of the Navy Cup for the second year in a row after capturing second place in the petite final of the American Specilaty Health Cal Cup. 

 

April 5, 2017
Women's Openweight Crew

In the MIT vs. Boston College Cup regatte on Sunday, the MIT openweight women's crew team defeated the Eagles for the first time since 2012 as the Engineers lead BC from start to finish.   The Varisty 8 race saw the Engineers earn a nearly nine-second victory over the Eagles, crossing in 7:13.9. 

March 29, 2017
David Hesslink, Baseball

Senior pitcher David Hesslink became the winningest pitcher in MIT history in Game One of a Doubleheader against Coast Guard on Saturday.  in the 10-2 victory for MIT, Hesslink went eight innings, allowing nine hits, five strikeouts and no earned runs. The victory improved his record to 3-0 on the year, notching his 22nd career win for the Engineers in the process. 

March 29, 2017
Jasmin Joseph, Softball
 

Over the course of a 4-0 stretch in Florida last weekend, the junior leadoff hitter set the tone for the Engineers, posting a .700 batting average.  During that span she compilied 6 hits, 7 walks, 7 runs, 1 RBI and 3 stolen bases.  Joseph also scored the game winning run for the Engineers against SUNY-Potsdam on Sunday.  In a 1-1 game in the bottom of the 7th innning, Joseph tripled to right field and crossed the plate in the next at bat when teammate Natalie Shifflet executed a perfect suicide squeeze to clinch the victory for the Engineers. 

March 22, 2017
Bouke Edskes, Men's Swimming & Diving

In his first NCAA Championships, freshman Bouke Edskes took home 5 separate All-American awards over the course of the week.  Edskes opened the meet with a 5th place finish & school record in the 200 IM (1:47.15).  On Thursday, Edskes swam to a runner-up finish in the 100 Fly (47.41) before swimming the butterfly leg on the 8th place 400 Medley Relay (3:17.85).  The following day Edskes took home his second runner-up finish of the meet, this time in the 200 Fly, swimming to a school record time of 1:45.69.  On the meet's final day, Edskes swam the second leg of the 400 Freestyle Relay which finished 3rd in a time of 2:58.77. 
March 22, 2017
Veronika Jedryka, Women's Swimming & Diving

In her final collegiate meet, senior Veronika Jedryka earned a pair of All-American honors as part of the 5th place 200 Freestyle Relay (1:33.83) & 7th place 800 Freestyle Relay (7:29.95).  She also took home 5 separate Honorable Mention All-America distinctions, including 3 individual honors in the 50 Free (11th- 23.35), 100 Back (15th- 56.97) & 200 Back (11th- 2:00.59) and 2 others while competing in both the 400 Medley Relay (10th- 3:47.30) and 400 Free Relay (9th- 3:24.64).   The 3:24.64 posted by the Engineers capped off the meet in a schol record and catipulted the women to a 5th place overall team finish, the highest in school history. 
March 15, 2017
Albert Go, Men's Tennis

Men's tennis freshman Albert Go earned the first win of his collegiate career at the No. 2 singles position when he defeated Cass McCann of Colby-Sawyer College 6-1, 6-0 on Wednesday afternoon. His victory aided the Engineers to their fifth consecutive win, which was a 9-0 defeat of the Chargers. Thus far this spring, Go is 4-1 in singles play and 3-1 in doubles action.

March 15, 2017
Helen Sakharova, Women's Fencing

Helen Sakharova finished eighth in the women's epee competition at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship with a record of 13-10 as she qualified for the 2017 NCAA Fencing National Championship which will take place next weekend in Indiana. Her eighth place finish was a career-best for the sophomore and she recorded the best-finish for the Engineers since Mounica Paturu '16 secured sixth place at regionals back in 2013.

March 7, 2017
Harris Stolzenberg, Men's Lacrosse

Harris Stolzenberg tallied six goals and six assists in MIT’s first two games of the season. He produced six goals and five assists in the Engineers’ 19-2 season-opening win over Southern Maine on Wednesday. As a result, he became the first player in program history to surpass 100 career assists and 200 career points. In addition, Stolzenberg is the only player at MIT to record 100 career goals and assists. He capped off the week with an assist in an 11-10 loss to Hartwick.

March 7, 2017
Epee Team, Women's Fencing

The MIT women’s epee team captured first place with a 36-1 record at the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Championship on Saturday. Helen Sakharova went 12-1 in Group A while Taiylor Nunn won all 13 of her bouts in Group B. Tesla Wells rounded out the Engineers with an 11-0 performance in Group C.

March 1, 2017
Dennis Maloney, Men's Track & Field

Competing at the Boston University Last Chance Qualifier on Saturday, Maloney finished third while running the 3K in a time of 8:11.60.  Due to the banked track at BU, his corrected time now sits at 8:17.31 which is both a new MIT record and the third fastest time in Division III. 

March 1, 2017
Vivian Zhou, Women's Swimming & Diving

This weekend at the NCAA Division III Northeast-North Diving Regional, the freshman posted a pair of third place finishes in both the 1M (459.75 points) and 3M (486.40 points) competition. As a result of her stellar peformance, Zhou has qualified for the 2017 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.     

February 22, 2017
200 Medley Relay, Men's Swimming & Diving

The Men's 200 Medley Relay of Bouke Edskes, Justin Chiu, Will Arcand & Josh Tomazin shattered both the NEWMAC Meet and WPI pool record after swimming to a time of 1:29.04. Their swim, which currently  sits second in the nation, was jump started by Edskes' school-record lead-off split of 22.20 in the 50 back.      

February 22, 2017
Mary Thielking, Women's Swimming & Diving

The junior helped propel the Women's Swimming and Diving Team to their 7th straight NEWMAC Championship this past weekend. Thielking opened the meet for the Engineers by leading off the "B" 800 Free Relay in a lifetime best of 1:53.53.  On Friday she took home First Team All-NEWMAC honors with her victory in the 500 Free in a NCAA "B" cut time of 4:59.02.  She followed it up on Sunday with a pair of second place finishes and NCAA "B" cuts in both the 1650 (17:16.16) and 200 Fly (2:05.32). 

February 14, 2017
Jeffrey Hu, Squash

Playing out of the No. 5 position, the junior earned a pair of victories over the weekend.   Hu, who won in straight sets against TUFTS on Friday, fell down 2 sets to none before rallying back for a 3-2 (9-11, 7-11, 13-11, 11-7, 11-5) victory against Amherst on Saturday. His victory helped the Engineers earn their first team win against Amherst since 1989.  

February 14, 2017
Bailey Tregoning, Women's Track & Field

Competing at the BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational, the sophomore ran the 800M in a converted time of 2:12.43, which is currently the second fastest time in the country 

February 7, 2017
Sheel Patel, Men's Fencing

Sheel Patel won 17 of his 18 epee bouts at the Eric Sollee Invitational on Sunday. He defeated all three of his opponents from Hunter College, NYU, Duke, Yeshiva University, and Haverford College in addition to going 2-1 versus Stevens Institute of Technology.

February 7, 2017
Kelly Mathesius, Rifle

The senior was the top performer for MIT at the 2017 Beanpot, finishing third with a total of 1,089 points.  Mathesius posted 532 points in the smallbore competition before putting together a score of 557 points in the air rifle segment. 

January 31, 2017
Brandon McKenzie, Men's Swimming & Diving

Sophomore swimmer Brandon McKenzie helped engineer a 197-102 win over No.12 Amherst College on Saturday, claiming four victories on the day.  McKenzie swam the breaststroke leg on the  opening 200 Medley Relay, which touched the wall first in 1:32.07, before posting victories in the 100-breast (57.39), 200-breast (2:07.12) and 200 IM (1:54.80). 

January 31, 2017
Jessica Li, Women's Fencing

Jessica Li won 14 of her 15 foil bouts at a Northeast Fencing Conference competition last Saturday. She swept all three of her opponents from Tufts, Boston College, Dartmouth, and Vassar while going 2-1 versus Brown. Li’s performance helped the foil team generate a 36-9 record for the day.

January 24, 2017
Tyler Finkelstein, Squash

Senior Tyler Finkelstein earned the match sealing victory for the Engineers over No. 22 Dickinson while competing at the No. 2 position by earning a 3-2 (5-11, 11-6, 11-7, 5-11, 11-8) victory on Saturday.  Later that same day he swept his match 3-0 (11-4, 11-4, 11-8) in a victory over Georgetown.  This came just one day after Finkelstein started the weekend with a 3-0 (11-1, 12-10, 11-4) sweep, propelling the Engineers to a 9-0 victory over No.29 Connecticut College. 

January 24, 2017
Nneoma Okonkwo, Women's Track & Field

The junior long jumper posted the top performance in the nation while winning the event with a school-record leap of 19 feet, 4.25 inches.  The mark shattered the previous school record, also held by Okonkwo, by over a foot.  Okonkwo also won the 60 meters in a time of 7.91 which currently ranks 20th in the country. 

January 18, 2017
Dennis Maloney, Men's Track & Field

Maloney, a sophomore on the Men's Track & Field Team posted the top time in the nation in the 3,000 meter on Saturday after crusing to victory in a time of 8:32.17.  His time, which bested his lifetime best by over 18 seconds, aided Engineers defeats of Bates and Colby. 

January 18, 2017
Maryann Gong, Women's Track & Field

Senior Maryann Gong led the way for the Engineers in a tri-meet victory over Bates and Colby on Saturday, posting victories in both the mile and 800. Gong's time of 5:03.84 currently sits second in NCAA Division III, while her time in the 800 (2:21.64) currently sits 13th. 

January 10, 2017
Dakota Pierce, Men's Basketball

Pierce, a sophomore guard, led the way for the Engineers in a 2-0 week that included victories over Clark and WPI.  Pierce filled the stat sheet in a victory against Clark with 12 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals before scoring a career-high 23 points to lead the team in scoring in a victory over WPI. Pierce also chipped in 6 rebounds and 2 assists in the win. 

January 10, 2017
Kathy Pan, Women's Swimming & Diving

Freshman Kathy Pan aided the Engineers 177-63 victory over Coast Guard this past Saturday, earning victories in the 200 IM (2:13.53) and 200 Breaststroke (2:32.22). Her winning swim in the 200 IM bested the Roland Pool Record by over a second. 

December 13, 2016
Dakota Pierce, Men's Basketball

In a 3-0 week for MIT that included wins over Lasell, Emmanuel and Rhode Island College, the sophomore guard averaged 18.3 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. His play helped increase the Engineers win streak to a season high 6 games. 

December 13, 2016
Liana Ilutzi, Women's Basketball

The senior guard helped the Engineers offense find it's groove in a 2-0 week as Ilutzi led the team in assists with 6 against Wheaton College and 7 against Simmons College. She also added a team high 6 steals against Simmons, also pacing the team.  On the week Ilutzi averaged 6 points, 6 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 4 steals. 

December 6, 2016
Matthew Deyo, Men's Track & Field

At the Boston University Season Opener indoor meet, the graduate student ran the fastest time in the nation and set the MIT school record in the 5,000 meters in a time of 14:26.55, breaking the MIT school record by 3.53 seconds.  As a result, Deyo finished first in his section and eighth overall. 

December 6, 2016
Maryann Gong, Women's Track & Field

In the first meet of the indoor season at the Boston University Season Opener, the senior paced the Engineers in the 5,000 meters, placing 14th overall with a time that currently gives her the third fastest time in Division 3, crossing the finish line in a time of 17:03.51.  

November 29, 2016
AJ Jurko, Men's Basketball

In a 1-1 week for the Engineers, sophomore guard AJ Jurko averaged 13.5 points, 2.5 assists, 1 rebound and .5 steals.  Jurko led the way for the Engineers in their 73-67 victory against Sarah Lawrence on Saturday by scoring 20 points on 6-14 shooting and also dishing out 4 assists. 

November 29, 2016
Taylor V'Dovec, Women's Basketball

Sophomore Guard Taylor V'Dovec shined both offensively and defensively on the court against Bowdoin College on Sunday. In 27 minutes V'Dovec scored 15 points on 6-8 shooting while also adding 6 rebounds and 1 assist. 

November 22, 2016
William Arcand, Men's Swimming & Diving

Junior swimmer William Arcand aided the Engineers victories over No. 25 WPI and Bowdoin College by setting a WPI Sport & Recreation Center pool record on Saturday in the 100 IM with a winning time of 53.54.  He also placed 6th in the 50 free, swimming to a collegiate best time of 22.11 in the process.  

November 22, 2016
Kara Holinski, Women's Basketball

In a 3-0 week for MIT, Kara Holinski averaged 14 points, four rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.3 steals, and 32.3 minutes while shooting 51.6 percent from the floor and 53.8 percent from three-point range. She posted 10 points and four rebounds in the Engineers’ season-opening victory over Endicott last Tuesday. Holinski followed this up with a team-high 18 points, four rebounds, two assists, and two steals while shooting 50 percent from the floor in a 69-47 win against Trinity in the first game of the Curry Tipoff on Saturday. The next day, she produced 14 points on a 5-of-6 shooting effort in addition to recording four rebounds, three assists, and two steals in a 76-42 championship win over Curry that also resulted in her collecting All-Tournament honors.

November 15, 2016
Matthew Deyo, Men's Cross Country

Matthew Deyo helped the No.5 ranked MIT Men's cross country team to an NCAA Division III New England Cross Country Regional Championship on Saturday afternoon by placing second in a time of 24:28.38.  His second place finish led the way for the Engineers who claimed the program's second regional crown and first since 2010. 

November 15, 2016
Megan McCandless, Women's Cross Country

Freshman Megan McCandless led the way for the Engineers at the NCAA Regional at Stanley Park in Westfield, Mass. this weekend, finishing in second place in 21:16.40, just 2.11 seconds behind the winner. McCandless paced the Engineers, who finished with 68 points as a team, to a three point victory over No. 5 ranked Williams.

November 8, 2016
Benjamin Lin, Men's Fencing

For the second year in a row, MIT senior Benjamin Lin captured the sabre Gold medal at the season-opening The Big One Invitational hosted by Smith college.  Lin finished pool play with a 6-0 overall record, winning his finals match by the narrowest of margins, 15-14.  

November 8, 2016
Jessica Li, Women's Fencing

MIT women's senior fencer Jessica Li won the foil competition this weekend at the Big One Invitational.  Posting a 6-0 record, Li won her first ever collegiate competition, capping off her first victory by edging out her foe from Brown, 15-14, in the final match. 

November 2, 2016
Jeremy Cowham, Men's Soccer

MIT men's soccer freshman goalkeeper Jeremy Cowham finished the season off strong by earning a pair of wins between the pipes against Worcester State University (2-1) and WPI (2-0) to finish the year with a record of 3-1-0. Against Worcester State, Cowham made three saves in 32 minutes of action including two over the final four minutes to keep MIT ahead 2-1. Against WPI, Cowham stopped the ball three times to earn his second clean sheet of the season and end his rookie year on a high note.

November 2, 2016
Coed Sailing

The MIT coed sailing team finished second at the Schell Trophy over the weekend in order to qualify for the Atlantic Coast Championship, which will be held at MIT in a couple of weeks. The Engineers got very strong performances by junior Ty Ingram and sophomore Sameena Shaffeeullah in the A Division (third place – 61 points) as well as by senior Paige Omura and junior Trevor Long in the B Division (seventh place – 75 points) totaling for a team score of 136 points, just behind Yale University. Both divisions had great placements over the 11 race regattas as they combined for ten top-five finishes.

October 26, 2016
Nolan Kruse, Water Polo

MIT water polo senior goalkeeper Nolan Kruse registered a perfect 4-0 record in net and set a new single game program record with 22 saves in the title game of the CWPA Division III Eastern Championship against Connecticut College over the weekend. For his outstanding effort, Kruse was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. Kruse made 70 saves on 97 shots, registered five assists - his first of the year and four steals in four games in Pennsylvania.

October 26, 2016
Sharlene Song, Women's Tennis

At the 2016 NEWMAC Women's Tennis Championship, freshman Sharlene Song earned an 8-5 Doubles victory with partner Sonya Das, earning the Engineers first point of the Championship match against Wellesley after the team had fallen behind 2-0. In her singles match at the No. 5 position she put up a 6-2, 6-4 victory, in what ended up being the clinching point for the Engineers. 

October 19, 2016
Christina Liao, Volleyball

In a 4-0 week for MIT, Christina Liao totaled 151 assists, 22 digs, seven aces, and five blocks while the Engineers hit .342 for the week. She posted 30 assists, six digs, and three blocks in three sets of a 25-14, 23-25, 25-10, 25-16 win at Mount Ida last Tuesday. Liao kicked off the MIT Quad Tournament on Friday by generating 41 assists, four digs, and three aces while the Engineers hit .374 in a 25-14, 25-14, 25-12 victory over SUNY Oneonta. The following morning, she posted 27 assists, six digs, and two aces in two sets of a 25-13, 25-13, 25-12 win against Mount Saint Vincent that saw MIT hit .488. Liao concluded the week with 53 assists, six digs, two blocks, and two aces in a 20-25, 25-23, 25-19, 25-21 victory to help MIT capture the tournament title.

October 19, 2016
Coed Sailing

The No. 11 MIT coed sailing team had a fantastic weekend of racing as the Engineers won both the Captain Hurst Bowl - for the first time in program history - and the Firefly/FJ Invitational. At the Captain Hurst Bowl, a top-level inter-conference event, the Engineers powered to a first place team finish overall with 105 points edging out No. 1 nationally-ranked Yale University (113 points). Out of a possible 24 races (3 divisions), MIT won or came in second in 11 and finished in the top-5 in 18 of the 24 rotations. At the Firefly/FJ Invite, with three boats in the water, MIT took first, fifth and ninth overall out of 18 teams. In the A Division, senior Jorlyn Le Garrec and sophomore Annie Hughes finished first with 18 points in "Engineers 1".

October 12, 2016
Clyde Huibregtse, Water Polo

Freshman Clyde Huibregtse of the MIT water polo team had a phenomenal offensive and defensive effort in both games this weekend. Against nationally ranked Harvard, Huibregtse registered his second hat trick of the season to go along with one steal and two drawn ejections. The freshman also drew a 5-meter penalty shot, where he converted it for one of his three goals of the game. Against nationally ranked Brown, Huibregtse added one goal on two shots and drew a team-best four ejections.

October 12, 2016
Lauren Ullmann, Women's Soccer

MIT senior goalkeeper Lauren Ullmann led the MIT women's soccer team to a 3-1 week including shutout performances against NEWMAC foes Wheaton and Clark as well as to a 2-1 win over Wellesley. Against Clark, Ullmann registered her seventh shutout of the season and the team's sixth clean sheet in a row to tie a program record that was set back in 2014. This week, Ullmann notched 17 saves including a season-high seven against defending national champion Williams on Sunday.

October 5, 2016
Zach Churukian, Water Polo

In the first conference games of the season for the MIT water polo team, senior Zach Churukian led the way for the Engineers with six goals, seven steals, two drawn ejections, one assist and one field block. Thus far this season, Churukian leads the team in goals (18), shots (51) and assists (13). 

October 5, 2016
Serena Le & Rena Liu, Women's Tennis

Freshman Serena Le and Junior Rena Liu, playing together in No. 3 Doubles, earned 8-0 victories in matches over Clark University and Wheaton College last week.  The pair also moved up to No. 2 doubles for a match against Smith College in which they also won handedly, 8-1. 

September 28, 2016
Eddy Garcia-Montes, Football

In a 30-13 victory over NEFC Conference foe Maine Maritime, sophomore Eddy Garcia-Montes totaled 8 receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown.  His touchdown, which came from 13 yards out, gave the Engineers a lead which they would never relinquish as MIT scored 23 straight points to earn their first victory of the season. 

September 28, 2016
Megan Gebhard, Volleyball

In a 3-1 week for MIT that featured a pair of NEWMAC victories, Megan Gebhard totaled 38 kills and a .320 hitting percentage. She contributed two kills in the first set of a 3-0 win over conference foe Mount Holyoke College last Tuesday. Two days later, Gebhard paced the Engineers with nine kills and a .304 hitting effort in a three-set loss to UMass Boston. Her week concluded on Saturday with a tri-match versus NEWMAC rival Smith College and Simmons College. Gebhard produced seven kills and a .412 hitting percentage in two sets of a 3-0 victory over host Smith. She then racked up a match-high 20 kills and a .309 hitting performance in the Engineers’ 3-1 decision against Simmons.

September 20, 2016
Alec Stewart & Paige Omura, Co-Ed Sailing

MIT sailors Alec Stewart and Paige Omura powered the Engineers to a fourth place team finish as the duo clinched first place in the C Division at the Hatch Brown Trophy over the weekend. Stewart and Omura totaled 82 points in the C Division, which was 18 ahead of the second place team, No. 8 nationally ranked Dartmouth College. The pair won six of the final nine rotations and notched 12 top-3 finishes over the 17 rotation two-day regatta.

September 20, 2016
Krishna Jaitly, Field Hockey

Krishna Jaitly was a solid contributor at both ends of the field in a 3-0 week for MIT. Her strong midfield and defensive play helped the Engineers come from behind to defeat Endicott College, 4-3, last Tuesday. Two days later, Jaitly followed this up by producing a goal and an assist in the first half of MIT’s 4-0 win over Lasell College. She closed the week by scoring what proved to be the game-winning goal in a 4-2 victory over NEWMAC foe Springfield College on Saturday.

September 13, 2016
Gregory Hui, Men's Soccer

MIT men’s soccer sophomore Gregory Hui headed home the game winning goal in the 42nd minute to lift the Engineers to a 1-0 win over Framingham State and improved to 2-1 this season. At the 41:51 mark of the first half, the Engineers drove down the field and into Rams territory. Hui headed a ball towards the goal that deflected off a Rams' defender and trickled into an empty for the 1-0 advantage. For Hui, it was his third career goal and first ever game winning goal since joining the team as a freshman last year.

September 13, 2016
Olivia Struckman, Women's Soccer

In a 3-1 week for the MIT women’s soccer team, junior Olivia Struckman registered three goals and a pair of assists to help the Engineers complete victories over Worcester State (3-1), Emmanuel (4-0) and Vassar (2-1). Against Emmanuel, Struckman notched her first two goals and first assist of the season. Leading the Saints, 2-0, Struckman headed home MIT’s third goal of the game in the 24th minute off a free kick then took a one touch pass from her sister to make the score 4-0 in the 71st minute to put the game away. Just a few days later, Struckman opened the scoring against Vassar just 2:38 into the game for her third score of the year.

September 7, 2016
Eddy Garcia-Montes, Football

Sophomore Eddy Garcia-Montes led the MIT Offense in a 37-34 loss to WPI. In the first game in newly renovated Steinbrenner Stadium, Garcia-Montes finished with over half of the team's 258 receiving yards on the day, totaling 11 receptions for 153 yards and 2 touchdowns. His touchdowns came from distances of 45 and 2 yards out, respectively. 

September 7, 2016
Elysa Kohrs, Women's Tennis

Senior Elysa Kohrs captured her 100th career match victory on Saturday to help lead the No. 17 Engineers over Emerson, 9-0.  Kohrs won her #1 singles match in straight sets, 6-0, 6-1.  She also teamed up with teammate Dora Tzeng to win their #1 Doubles match 8-1.