Women’s Wrestling team started at MIT
MIT is starting a Women’s Wrestling team, with the goal of catering to both experienced wrestlers and beginners willing to learn the sport.
Women’s lacrosse coach describes her team’s shortened season
Coach Anne Versprille: “This team defined the name of MIT Women's Lacrosse and set high standards and expectations for the future.”
MIT Men’s Lacrosse seniors discuss their final season
“All the players and especially the seniors had a vision of hoisting that trophy. Given the circumstances, our returners know that now this next season will count for two,” Coach Tyler O’Keefe.
MIT Softball team highlight
To the rest of their team and for the future players of MIT Softball, the seniors have one message, “love the game every day, Tech <3.”
MIT Baseball reflects on its shortened season
“Our 6 graduating seniors have left their mark on our program, be it through their play on the field or their outstanding work ethic and leadership,” said Coach Andy Barlow.
MIT Sailing finishes third at Wood Trophy
MIT sailing hosted a team race invite over the past weekend in which the team grabbed 3 positions within the top 12.
MIT Women’s Basketball places second in NEWMAC Championship
After defeating Babson College in a well-contested semifinal game, MIT Women’s Basketball faced an unfortunate loss to Smith College in the final, preventing them from winning the NEWMAC Championship for the third consecutive year.
MIT Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive both win NEWMAC
MIT swimmers displayed excellent performances as Bouke Edskes ’20 took the NEWMAC Men's Swimmer of the Year award for the third straight year while Blake Zhou ’20 was named NEWMAC Women's Diver of the Year.
MIT Women’s Basketball faces a loss at home
After playing the first three quarters exceptionally well, the MIT Women’s Basketball team was outscored 28-13 in the last quarter by Springfield College to face an unlucky loss in a NEWMAC game played last Saturday.
MIT Men’s Club Ice Hockey loses 4-2 to University of Connecticut
Despite an excellent performance, the MIT Ice Hockey Club faced a 4-2 defeat against the University of Connecticut Ice Hockey Club.
MIT Women’s Soccer beats Johnson & Wales University
A historic season for the MIT Women’s Soccer team comes to an end as they face an unlucky defeat in penalties against defending champions Williams College.
Women’s Soccer wins NEWMAC championship
MIT soccer team moves on to the 2019 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament with high hopes as they beat WPI in splendid fashion, continuing their 13 match win
MIT Men’s Water Polo beat Iona College but face a loss against St Francis College
MIT Men’s Water Polo played two hard-fought and exciting games on Nov. 2. Both games went on to the end, the second of the two finishing with a buzzer beater by St Francis College, handing MIT the loss.
MIT Women’s Field Hockey beats Clark University
Engineers Women’s Field Hockey cruised past Clark University to gain their sixth NEWMAC conference victory for the season. Devon Goetz ’20 and Paige Forester ’23 performed excellently throughout the game.
MIT crew won various accolades at the Head of the Charles
Engineers Men’s Heavyweight 8+ Crew grab gold between thousands of spectators at the Head of the Charles!
Two committees formed to examine MIT’s outside engagements
The findings and recommendations will be shared with the MIT community for comment by spring 2020.
MIT Men’s Football beats Maine Maritime comfortably
Engineers Men’s Football dominated Maine Maritime to gain victory in a NEWMAC Conference game. John Robertson and Sean Kent had career high performances for MIT.
MIT Women’s Volleyball cruise past Mount Holyoke College and Husson University
Engineers Women’s Volleyball beat Mount Holyoke College 3 sets to 0 (25–9, 25–10, 215–11) and also beat Husson University 3 sets to 0 (25–12, 25–16, 25–13). Players Madison Lee, Sofie Kupiec amongst others played excellent throughout both matches.
MIT draws against WPI
Thanks to this draw, MIT extended its undefeated streak to 12 matches which is just two matches short of a program record.
Tobie Weiner retires after 34 years at MIT
Tobie Weiner, undergraduate administrator for political science, retired recently after 34 years at the Institute. The Tech spoke with Weiner in a phone interview about her career in MIT’s political science department.
Deputy Executive Vice President Tony Sharon to retire after 20 years of service
The Tech asked how fun life at MIT was out of 10. Sharon answered, “It was cyclical, but if I integrate over the curve I would say eight.” He added, “I wouldn’t have kept coming back if it was not fun.”
5.111, 7.01x, 18.01A ASE pass rates increase
The 7.01x (Introductory Biology) ASE maintained its high pass rate from last year. Of the 137 students taking the exam, 66.4 percent passed, compared to 151 participants and a pass rate of 65.6 percent from last year.