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Cross country teams remain in Top 10; field hockey picks up sixth straight win

Overall and Conference Records (As of October 11)
Field Hockey: 12-2 (4-1 NEWMAC)
Football: 1-4 (0-4 NEFC)
Rifle: 1-0
Men’s Soccer: 5-6 (0-3 NEWMAC)
Women’s Soccer: 7-2-2 (2-1-2 NEWMAC)
Men's Tennis: 1-1 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women's Tennis: 5-2 (5-1 NEWMAC)
Women’s Volleyball: 17-5 (3-2 NEWMAC)
Men’s Water Polo: 6-12 (2-2 CWPA)

National Rankings (Poll Sponsor)
#3 – Women’s Cross Country (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association)
#7 – Men's Water Polo (Collegiate Water Polo Association)
#t7 – Men’s Cross Country (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association)
#11 – Sailing-Co-Ed (Sailing World)
#11 – Sailing-Women’s (Sailing World)
#22 – Women's Tennis (Intercollegiate Tennis Association)

Men’s Cross Country
10/10 – MIT Sweeps NEWMAC Cross Country Awards
10/8 – Tech Places Sixth at All-New Englands

Women’s Cross Country
10/10 – MIT Sweeps NEWMAC Cross Country Awards
10/8 – MIT Finishes Eighth at All-New England Championship

Field Hockey
10/8 – MIT Downs Wheaton College, 4-0
10/4 – Field Hockey Picks up Fifth Straight Win, 5-0, over WPI

Football
10/8 – Plymouth State Edges MIT, 30-27

Sailing
10/10 – No. 11 MIT Finishes in Top 10 at Two Regattas

Men’s Soccer
10/8 – Babson Tops Men's Soccer, 5-1
10/5 – Engineers Defeat Salve Regina, 1-0

Women’s Soccer
10/8 – Engineers Fall to No. 18 Wheaton, 2-0
10/4 – Tech Takes WPI, 1-0

Women's Tennis
10/8 – MIT Powers Past Springfield
10/4 – Women’s Tennis Drops Match to Wellesley

Women’s Volleyball
10/4 – MIT Blanks Babson, 3-0

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