Dec. 4, 2004
Tech struggled after the tip, and actually trailed Polytechnic, 30-29, at halftime. In the second half, though, the Engineers opened an offensive assault on the Bluejays from the outside. MIT connected on eight-of-10 three-point field goal attempts in the stanza, and shot 52 percent from beyond the arc for the afternoon. Mike D'Auria led the way with 21 points, seven assists and five rebounds in only 23 minutes of action. Freshman Will Mroz was 4-of-7 from long range, and finished with a career-high 18 points.
Senior Adam Gibbons continued his super start to the season with an historic performance in front of the
With Saturday's victory, MIT improved to 12-1 lifetime against its