Women’s field hockey (2-0) started its campaign with victories over Simmons and U. Mass. Dartmouth. Emily Penn ’18 scored a hattrick in MIT’s 4-1 victory over Dartmouth.
Women’s tennis (3-0) blanked Springfield 9-0.
Successful week for MIT sports
Women's soccer (10-3) won a tight contest away at Wheaton College. Jacqueline Simmons '18 scored from a penalty kick as the Engineers extended their winning streak to six while completing their fifth straight shutout.
Several teams see NEWMAC wins
Women's soccer lost to hosts WPI 3-1 in the NEWMAC championship final. Allie Werner '20 helped half WPI's lead before the hosts scored a third to thwart MIT's comeback.
Co-ed sailing clinches Atlantic Coast championship
Coed sailing won the Atlantic Coast championship for the first time in program history. Ty Ingram ’18 and Sameena Shaffeeullah ’19 placed second in division A while Paige Omura ’17 and Trevor Long ’19 clinched top spot in division B.
Strong showing by women’s and men’s cross country teams at national championship
Women’s cross country finished fifth overall at the NCAA division III cross country championship. Megan McCandless ’20 led the Engineers with a 17th place finish out of 280 participants.
Basketball sees success this week
Men’s basketball (3-2) defeated UMass Boston 84-61. Samuel Bockman ’19 led the Engineers with 23 points and 6 assists.
Swimming and diving see wins
Men’s basketball(10-3) defeated Fitchburg State 84-59. Cameron Korb ’19 led the Engineers with 23 points.
A week of wins for MIT teams
Men’s basketball (11-3) rode a second half surge to defeat Springfield 78-59. AJ Jurko ’19 led the team with 24 points.
MIT sports excel in February
MIT sports excel in February 2017
The Engineers continue to enjoy a spectacular month
Men’s Volleyball (15-3) went undefeated this week with four wins over Emerson College, Kean University, Elms College, and John Jay College. The Engineers didn’t lose a single set, going 3-0 in all of their matches.
MIT sports close out February on a good note
MIT sports close out February on a good note.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Fall sports start season on a good note
Football, soccer, volleyball, and field hockey prevail.
MIT sports continue impressive start to fall season
Men’s football (2-1) defeated Endicott College 31-26 this past Saturday.
MIT athletes finishing semester by smashing records and placing top in nation
Men's and women's indoor track and field sent five students to compete in the Boston University Season Opener Dec. 2. Marissa McPhillips ’20 finished the 3,000 meter with a number two time in the country with a time of 9:51.25. Katie Bacher ’20 finished with a time of 10:09.18 making her the fifth fastest in the country in the 3K. Josh Rosenkranz ’19 and David Walter ’18 both competed in the 5,000 meter and finished with times putting them in the top 10 nationally.
Good week for MIT basketball
Men’s basketball (8-1) defeated Rhode Island College 76 to 63 Thursday, Dec. 7. Cameron Korb ’19 scored a career-high 32 points and was 8-for-13 for three-point shots. This victory was the Engineer’s fifth in a winning streak.
Engineers score victories across the board
Women's Track and Field (No. 2) won 12 events, defeating Bates and Colby Sat. Jan 13 in a tri-meet at Bates College. The Engineers earned 106 points, Bates 53.5, and Colby 28.5. Marissa McPhillips ’20 won the mile with a time of 5:07.41, which was converted to 5:04.40 and is ranked fifth in the country. Jacqueline Ahrens ’21 cleared 11 feet, 11.75 inches pole vaulting, putting her at the No. 2 mark in the country.
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.
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.
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 collect championships and individual awards across the board
MIT Women’s Basketball wins their first NEWMAC championship.
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 post national rankings, impressive victories mid-spring
Women’s lightweight ranks seventh nationally, both tennis teams sweep opponents.
Basketball teams approach postseason with four wins
Women’s Tennis brought their record to 2-0 after a 9-0 shutout against Vassar College on Saturday.
Men’s and Women’s Track and Field rank highly in D3 Indoor Championships
Women’s Basketball (15-12) competed in the NEWMAC Tournament, earning a 67-53 win against Wellesley College in the first round and a 78-72 win against Babson College in the semifinal before falling to Smith College in a 70-56 championship game Sunday.
Teams earn top spots in championship tournaments
Men’s Baseball (2-1) opened their season strong last Thursday with a 9-5 win against UMass Boston before losing to Endicott College in a 12-7 game and earning victory over Nichols College in a 13-7 final.