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.
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.
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.
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
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.