Feb. 22, 2005
In the second half,
MIT had a few chances to tie in the final minute, but two open looks from three-point range missed their marks, allowing the
Josean Vega led
Senior Adam Gibbons scored 20 points to lead the Engineers. With 1,212 career point, Gibbons caps his MIT career ranked 12th all-time in scoring. He also retires among the career leaders in steals (3rd - 134) and assists (5th - 234).
Mike Huhs also closed out his MIT career with a tremendous game, narrowly missing a double-double. Securing 13 points and a team-best eight rebounds, Huhs also had two blocks that moved him into a tie for fifth on the all-time career blocks list (70).
Other Engineers making last-season moves that will etch their names in MIT lore include Danny Kanamori and Mike D'Auria. Kanamori scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in last night's tilt, but his 331 assists push him to second in the all-time rankings. With one season still left to play, D'Auria also is among the career leaders in assists, ranking fifth with 240.