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Sports Shorts for Nov. 14: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Field hockey advances to NCAA Elite Eight; 45 student-athletes named Academic All-Conference

Overall and Conference Records (As of November 14)
Field Hockey: 19-4 (6-2 NEWMAC)
Rifle: 10-2
Women’s Soccer: 14-3-4 (6-1-2 NEWMAC)

National Rankings
#5 – Women’s Cross Country
#12 – Men’s Cross Country
#14 – Sailing-Co-Ed

Regional Rankings
#1 – Field Hockey
#2 – Men’s Cross Country
#3 – Women's Cross Country
#10 – Women’s Soccer

General News
11/11 – NEWMAC Announces Fall Academic All-Conference Awards

Men’s Basketball
11/11 – MIT Drops Tune-up Against Harvard, Regular Season Starts Tuesday

Women’s Crew
11/12 – Women’s Crew to Row in Foot of the Charles Regatta, Final Event of Fall Season

Men’s Cross Country
11/12 – Tech Places Sixth at Regional Championship

Women’s Cross Country
11/12 – Women's Cross Country Finishes Third at New England Division III Championships

Field Hockey
11/13 – Tech Falls to Bowdoin, 3-0, in NCAA Field Hockey Quarterfinals
11/12 – Engineers Upset Denison, 4-1, One Win away from National Semifinals
11/8 – Klauber, Silva Among Six Engineers Honored by NEWMAC

Football
11/11 – Wallace Chosen as NEFC Boyd Division Offensive Rookie of the Year, Six Engineers Named All-Division
11/10 – Four MIT Football Players Selected to Capital One Academic All-District Team

Women's soccer
11/12 – Engineers Fall to Skidmore in Penalty Kicks at NCAA Tournament
11/9 – MIT Places Five on NEWMAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Team

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