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.
Despite an excellent performance, the MIT Ice Hockey Club faced a 4-2 defeat against the University of Connecticut Ice Hockey Club.
MIT Figure Skating Club won five medals at the Northeast Intercollegiate Figure Skating Team Competition with the support of a home crowd.
MIT’s Sport Taekwondo team ended their fall ’19 season on a high note in the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference rankings. Besides the home tournament, Cornell and Brown rounded up the fall season. The team is gearing up for the spring season with tournaments at Princeton and UVM, followed by Nationals at UC Berkeley.
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.
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.
Engineers Men’s Heavyweight 8+ Crew grab gold between thousands of spectators at the Head of the Charles!
In the Bronze Rhythm, Salazar and Lin had a strong performance, winning first place in Swing and earning second in Chacha and Rumba.
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.
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 Cricket recovered from a crushing loss against Northeastern in the first league game but missed out narrowly in the final to finish as runners-up in the American College Cricket North East Championship held Oct. 6 and 7 in Queens, NY.
In a game that had its fair share of twists and turns, MIT emerged victorious thanks to an excellent all-around bowling performance and a half-century by Vaikkunth Mugunthan G.
College rugby teams from around Boston traveled to Briggs Field to play the game in the best way possible: while wearing prom dresses.