In a tightly played NEWMAC women’s volleyball match that featured 28 ties and 13 lead changes, Wellesley College emerged with a 25-23, 23-25, 25-23, 25-23 victory over MIT on Tuesday night. Junior Emily Condon (Orange, Calif.) powered the Engineers’ attack with 10 kills while registering a .529 hitting performance.
MIT generated five unanswered goals to come from behind and defeat Wellesley College, 5-2, in NEWMAC field hockey action on Tuesday night. Senior Devon Goetz (Rockville, Md.) powered the Engineers with one goal and two assists.
The MIT women's soccer team, ranked sixth in this week's United Soccer Coaches Division III National Poll and tenth in the D3Soccer.com National Poll, remained unbeaten in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) play with a 4-0 win over Babson College this afternoon.
The MIT sailing teams competed in four regattas over the weekend and had its best finish come at the Norm Reid Team Race, which was hosted by Boston College. The Coed team also competed at their showcase final and took tenth place in the highly competitive event.
The MIT men’s heavyweight Collegiate 8+ captured first place at the Head of the Charles on Sunday, marking its fifth straight top-10 finish and the program’s first victory in the event. A day earlier, the Club 8+ finished 12th and the Club 4+ was 46th.
On the final day of the 2019 Harvard University Invitational, the MIT water polo team was edged by No. 14 Bucknell University and No. 17 Pomona-Pitzer. The Engineers and the Sage Hens came into today's match ranked third in the Division III national poll.
On Sunday at the Head of the Charles, the MIT women’s lightweight 4 finished second overall and just 12 seconds off the course record with a time of 18:06.346. The lightweight 8 also competed in one of the final races of the day and crossed in eighth.
The MIT men’s lightweight crew team made its 2019-20 debut at the Head of the Charles this past weekend. Competing in boats comprised of mostly first-years and sophomores, the Engineers saw the Club 8+ rank 28th on Saturday while the Lightweight 4+ and Lightweight 8+ placed 14th and 15th, respectively, on Sunday.
Two goals by junior Amanda Garofalo (Fairfield, N.J.), including the game-winner late in the third quarter, propelled the MIT field hockey team to a 3-2 victory over NEWMAC foe WPI on Saturday. The Engineers handed WPI its first loss of the season as well as in conference play.
The MIT women’s volleyball team closed out the New England Challenge by sweeping Williams College (25-16, 25-19, 25-10) before falling to No. 13 Tufts University (18-25, 25-12, 25-19, 25-19) on Saturday. Senior Alexis Groark (Elwood, N.Y.) represented the Engineers on the All-Tournament Team while the program recorded its 27th consecutive 20-win season.
Led by a runner-up finish by sophomore Izzi Gengaro (Boonton Township, N.J.), the No. 7 ranked MIT women’s cross country team captured the 2019 Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday at Harkness Park. MIT had four runners in the top 20 as the Engineers finished with 75 points, followed by No. 5 Williams with 103 points.
At the 2019 Connecticut College Invitational, the No. 12 ranked MIT men’s cross country team finished second out of 28 teams with a total of 96 points. No. 1 ranked Williams captured the meet with 47 points as the Engineers defeated six nationally-ranked programs.
Sophomore Karenna Groff (Weston, Mass.) became the fourth student-athlete in program history and first since Amy Ludlum to register back-to-back 30 point seasons as she guided the No. 10 MIT women's soccer team to a 5-1 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) victory at Coast Guard today.
The MIT men's soccer team saw a 3-1 lead slip away with under ten minutes to play today as Clark University earned a 4-3 win over the Engineers in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) action on Roberts Field.
Prior to today's match, MIT honored its five seniors in Jeremy Cowham (Quincy, Mass.), Isaac Perper (Tiburon, Calif.), Ivan Jutamulia (Berkeley, Calif.), Darian Bhathena (Andover, Mass.) and Theo Sechopoulos (Athens, Greece).
The MIT women’s volleyball team opened the first day of the New England Challenge by defeating Middlebury College, 25-18, 25-19, 22-25, 22-25, 15-10, on Friday. Senior Alexis Groark (Elwood, N.Y.) powered the Engineers with a career-high 24 kills while hitting .308 on the night.
Bridgeport, Pa. (October 17) – The MIT water polo team, ranked third in the latest Collegiate Water Polo Association's (CWPA) Division III National Poll, learned that they were selected as the top seed for the upcoming Division III Eastern Championship, which will be hosted by Washington & Jefferson College at Chartiers Valley High School in Bridgeville, Pa on Saturday-Sunday, October 26-27.
Both teams combined for six goals over the opening 45 minutes of action tonight, but it was the MIT men's soccer team who came out on top as the Engineers earned a 4-2 win over Gordon College in a non-conference contest on Roberts Field.
The MIT women’s volleyball team generated late runs during the first and third sets to help it defeat Clark University, 25-20, 25-15, 25-18, in NEWMAC action on Tuesday night. First-year Alyssa Unell (Scottsdale, Ariz.) tallied 13 kills, a .435 hitting performance, four aces, and four blocks for the Engineers.
MIT women's soccer, ranked tenth in this week's United Soccer Coaches Division III National Poll and 11th in this week's D3Soccer.com National Poll, picked up a 4-0 win over Wellesley College on the road this afternoon in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) action.
The MIT sailing team finished in seventh place at the Women's Showcase Finals held at the Naval Academy and finished in ninth place at the Captain Hurst Bowl which was held at Dartmouth College this weekend.
At the final match of the fall season, the No. 9 ranked MIT women’s tennis team captured the consolation championships of the A and B draws at the 2019 NEWITT Tournament. In addition, junior Libby Rickeman (Wayzata, Minn.) received the Christine Davis Sportsmanship Award.
MIT senior running back John Robertson (Brentwood, Tenn.) is this week’s New England Football Writers Association Division II/III Gold Helmet Award recipient, as presented by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
The No. 10 nationally-ranked MIT women's soccer team defeated No. 24 Williams College for the first time in program history today as the Engineers earned a 3-1 victory over the two-time defending national champion Ephs.
The No. 10 MIT women's soccer team used six different goal scorers and extended its shutout streak and unbeaten streak to ten matches as the Engineers earned a 7-0 win over Mount Holyoke College on Saturday evening in Cambridge.