Nov. 15, 2004
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - MIT rifle fired its fourth match of the season over the weekend, earning a split against the Wentworth Institute of Technology. Behind Nathan Pfaff's match-high score, the Engineers delivered a 2180-2103 victory in air.
Wentworth prevented the match sweep by securing a 2112-2105 victory in smallbore. WIT's Noble Stanton provided the heroics with a score of 550 that paced all shooters. Pfaff led the way for MIT again, totaling a score of 538 in the six-round set.
Team captain Taylor Barton shot a new personal high in both guns, while Jay Gill and Wes McKinney upped their personal records in air rifle.