Engineers begin spring sports on a solid note
Men’s Baseball (1–3) started off with a win against Trinity University behind a strong outing by Zachary Kopstein ’20, but dropped their next two matchups against them and lost to No. 1 UMass Boston.
Engineers collect championships and individual awards across the board
MIT Women’s Basketball wins their first NEWMAC championship.
Playoffs, new seasons, and honors in sight for Engineers
The Engineers compete in swimming and diving, basketball, fencing, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.
Engineers refuse to let February keep them quiet
Men’s Squash (15–5, No. 22) manhandled No. 2 Tufts at home by an 8-1 margin in the singles competitions.
AJ Edelman ’14 to represent Israel at the 2018 Winter Olympics
MIT alum, Adam "AJ" Edelman ’14, will represent Israel at the 2018 Winter Olympics in skeleton.
Engineers display grit and renew winning ways
Great week for MIT Men's and Women's Track and Field teams and Basketball teams. MIT Football loses head coach Chad Martinovich to the University of Rochester.
Hesslink ’17 turns dreams into reality at the MLB draft
The winningest pitcher in Engineers history grew up a Mariners fan and will now pitch in the organization.
Austin Filiere ’18, now a Cub, makes history at the MLB draft
We got a chance to catch up with Filiere after his historic night getting drafted in the eighth round (highest among the three drafted ballplayers from MIT) and asked him about his experiences so far and what he is looking forward to.
IM Executive Board introduces Beaver Cup
The Beaver Cup is a points system through which FSILGs, graduate departments, and clubs can score points for participating and winning in different leagues.
Special Spring-round Sports Blitz
Men's Baseball (21-14-1) made their fourth appearance in five years at the NEWMAC Championship but fell in back-to-back games to Babson College. Three were named to the 2017 Academic All-America Division III Baseball Team, including Austin Filiere '18, who extended his on-base streak to 64 games, a NEWMAC record.
Ups and downs highlight April for the Engineers
Men's Lacrosse (7-4) broke a winning streak by dropping a tough one to Clark 11-10.
Engineers rise and fall
Men's baseball (3-3) highlighted their first half of march with a blowout win in their only appearance of the season against Stevens Institute of Technology, shutting them out 14-0.
MIT sports excel in February
MIT sports excel in February 2017
Inclusions of cricket and an e-sport highlight an eventful start to the intramural season
Cricket and League of Legends are MIT IM sports for the first time ever.
What will make the difference in the offseason?
The MLB offseason leaves spectators hanging on a cliff.
Robertson ’20 on football, faith, and freshman year
Football RB John Robertson '20 is the November Player of the Month!
Robertson ’20 on football, faith, and freshman year
MIT Football played two games in the month of November. They earned a win against Curry College 26-21, and took a tough double-overtime 36-35 loss to Nichols College. The Engineers rode on an offensive outburst from running back John Robertson ’20, who ran for a total of 328 yards with six touchdowns in his two November games. He closed out his stellar rookie season by recording four consecutive games in which he rushed for at least 100 yards. He ended the season with a total of 920 yards and 11 touchdowns, earned the NEFC Offensive Rookie of the Week honors twice, NEFC Offensive Player of the Week honors once, and was one of the seven Engineers to make an appearance on an NEFC All-Conference Team as MIT Football finished the season with a 3-7 overall record.
Women’s tennis clinches the NEWMAC championship
After falling to Williams College in the NCAA Regional Finals in the 2015-2016 season, MIT rebounded this season by revisiting the NEWMAC Championship games to face Wellesley and win the championship.
World Series 2016: why each team could win
After six months of regular and postseason play, the 2016 World Series will see two teams competing, neither of which have experienced a championship in a very long time. The Chicago Cubs will try to break their 108-year curse, and the Cleveland Indians will try to break a curse of their own by becoming the latest city to win two sports championships in the same year (alongside LeBron James’ Cavaliers).
Women’s tennis remains invincible through adversity
The Engineers have started the 2016-17 season with an 8-0 record after sweeps of Emerson, Springfield, Mt. Holyoke, Clark, and Wheaton, and cozy defeats of Wellesley, Babson, and Smith.
Football drops third straight home game to begin the season
Five turnovers by MIT proved too big an obstacle to overcome as MIT suffered a 31-10 defeat to begin the season 0-3.
Saberseminar brings together GMs, players, analysts, fans
On August 13th and 14th, hundreds of writers, scouts, officials, fans, and former players of baseball attended the Sabermetrics, Scouting, and Science of Baseball seminar.
MLB teams go big in an eventful week ahead of the trade deadline
Deadline day, and the moves leading up to it, were eventful – some astounding, some imminent, some seemingly pointless. We take a look at some highlights from the last few days of regular trade time.
MLB All-Star Game 2016 and its implications
With the Major League Baseball season about halfway to completion, the best players at each position get to showcase their prowess at the 2016 MLB All-Star Game.
Engineers produce a stellar athletic 2015-16 school year
The 2015-16 school year was not just an eventful period for MIT academically but it was also a year of immense success by a number of its athletic teams. We highlight a few of the most memorable moments of MIT sports from this school year.