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MIT starts March with a mix of ups and downs
Women’s Lacrosse (1-1) split their first two games of the season. They won handily against Keene State College 24-16 but lost 12-5 to Tufts.
Engineers baseball splits opener at Texas Lutheran
MIT baseball started off the season on Mar. 5 with a double-header against the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs. The Engineers finished with a .500 record after Sunday’s games, winning the first 3–2 and dropping the second 4–8. The games showcased an impressive freshman class, including catcher Thomas Allison and third baseman Tony Rice.
Teams start the month with a tight set of games
Men’s Baseball (8-4) split their NEWMAC doubleheader against Clark University. The Engineers lost the first game 21-5 but bounced back with a 11-1 second game victory.
Spring sports succeeding in mid-April
Men’s Baseball (11-5) went 4-2 last week playing two games against Clark University, Springfield College and Emerson College each. They split the series against Clark and Springfield and managed to sweep Emerson.
Engineers keep fighting as spring season continues on
Men’s Baseball (17-10-1) went 4-1 last week defeating Emerson College, Roger Williams University and two of three games against Wheaton College
Engineers perform well as season nears its end
Men’s Baseball (20-11-1) won three out of four games last week. They advanced to the NEWMAC Championship series that will be held this weekend.
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.
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.
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.