• Sophomore Jessica Chen won four events Saturday to lead the Engineers to a 210-87 victory over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

    Sophomore Jessica Chen won four events Saturday to lead the Engineers to a 210-87 victory over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

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Sports Shorts for Jan. 11, 2016: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Sophomore Jessica Chen won four events Saturday to lead the Engineers to a 210-87 victory over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

Women’s Basketball picks up two conference wins; Softball honored by NFCA for academic success.


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DAPER

Overall and Conference Records (as of January 11, 2016)

Men’s Basketball: 9-3 (1-1 NEWMAC)

Women’s Basketball: 8-4 (4-1 NEWMAC)

Men’s Fencing: 5-6 (3-2 NEFC)

Women’s Fencing: 8-4 (5-1 NEFC)

Rifle: 13-2

Squash: 8-6

Men’s Swimming and Diving: 4-0

Women’s Swimming and Diving: 4-1

National Rankings

#6 – Men’s Swimming and Diving

#8 – Women’s Swimming and Diving

#27 – Squash

ARV – Men’s Basketball

General News
1/8 – In memory of an “impressive” man - MIT coach and dedicated oarsmen Jack Frailey

Men’s Basketball
1/9 – MIT drops first NEWMAC game of the season at No. 12 WPI, 70-62

1/6- MIT slips past Clark In NEWMAC opener, 56-51

Women’s Basketball
1/9 – Strong start propels MIT past Mount Holyoke, 75-30

1/6 – Women’s Basketball grinds out 61-58 victory over Emerson

Sailing

1/3- Sailing takes 14th at Rose Bowl Regatta

Softball

1/8- Softball team and six Engineers honored by NFCA

Men’s Swimming & Diving

1/9- No. 6 Men’s Swimming and Diving bests Coast Guard, 211-89

Women’s Swimming & Diving

1/9- No. 8 MIT cruises past Coast Guard, 210-87


Topics: Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER), Athletics, Students, Student life, Sports and fitness

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