MIT Sports Shorts for March 5


Overall and Conference Records (As of March 2)

Men’s Basketball: 22-4 (10-2 NEWMAC)
Men’s Fencing: 7-12 (6-4 NFC)
Women’s Fencing: 13-9 (8-4 NFC)
Rifle: 13-3 (smallbore), 13-3 (air rifle)
Men’s Swimming and Diving: 8-0 (4-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Swimming and Diving: 8-1 (5-0 NEWMAC)
Men’s Tennis: 5-0
Men’s Volleyball: 18-6 (9-2 NECVA New England)

Men’s Fencing: 7-12 (6-4 NFC)
Women’s Fencing: 13-9 (8-4 NFC)
Rifle: 13-3 (smallbore), 13-3 (air rifle)
Men’s Swimming and Diving: 8-0 (4-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Swimming and Diving: 8-1 (5-0 NEWMAC)
Men’s Tennis: 5-0
Men’s Volleyball: 18-6 (9-2 NECVA New England)

General Department News

National Rankings (Poll Sponsor)
#3 – Women’s Track and Field (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association)
#5 – Men’s Swimming and Diving (College Swimming Coaches Association of America)
#6 – Women’s Swimming and Diving (College Swimming Coaches Association of America)
#12 – Men’s Track and Field (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association)
#21 – Men’s Basketball (D3hoops.com)

Men’s Basketball
2/20 – MIT Clinches NEWMAC Regular Season Crown with Win over Springfield
3/1 – Men’s Basketball Earns Bid to NCAA Tournament
3/2 – Noel Hollingsworth and Mitchell Kates Receive NEWMAC Postseason Honors

Men’s Fencing
2/26 – MIT Collects Trio of Honors

Women’s Fencing
2/26 – Women’s Fencing Duo Receives All-Conference Honors

Men’s Swimming and Diving
2/28 – Men’s Swimming and Diving Captures Second Straight NEWMAC Championship

Men’s Track and Field
3/1 – Records Fall for MIT at NEICAA Championship

Women’s Track and Field
3/1 – MIT Finishes Seventh at All-New Englands


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