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Sports Shorts for Feb. 6: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men's basketball reaches 20-win mark, football's Wallace named ECAC Offensive Rookie of the Year

Overall and Conference Records (As of Feb. 6)
Men’s Basketball: 20-1 (8-1 NEWMAC)
Women’s Basketball: 9-11 (5-9 NEWMAC)
Men’s Fencing: 8-11 (7-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Women’s Fencing: 12-10 (9-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Rifle: 18-4
Squash: 7-10
Men’s Swimming & Diving: 7-0
Women’s Swimming & Diving: 8-0
Men’s Volleyball: 5-2

National Rankings
#4 – Men’s Swimming & Diving
#5 – Men’s Basketball
#6 – Women’s Swimming & Diving
#6 – Women’s Indoor Track & Field
#6 – Men’s Volleyball
#14 – Men’s Indoor Track & Field

Men’s Basketball
2/4 – MIT Reaches 20-Win Plateau Once Again with 69-67 Road Victory at Springfield
2/3 – Sports Illustrated: Middlebury, MIT emerge as unlikely D-III college hoops powerhouses
2/2 – Hollingsworth and Karraker Earn Academic All-District Honors
2/1 – Hollingsworth Reaches Milestone in Tech's Win over Wheaton
1/30 – Hollingsworth Receives Third NEWMAC Player of the Week Selection

Women’s Basketball

2/4 – Kordell Nets 22 Points in Loss to Mount Holyoke
2/2 – Burton Named to Capital One Academic All-District Women’s Basketball Team
2/1 – Isaac's Double-Double Leads MIT to 45-34 Win Over Coast Guard

Men’s Fencing

2/5 – Men's Fencing Faces Tough Competition at Sollee Invitational

Women’s Fencing
2/5 – Engineers Pick Up Two Wins at Eric Sollee Invitational

Football
1/31 – Wallace Named ECAC Offensive Rookie of the Year

Men’s Swimming and Diving
2/4 – Men’s Swimming and Diving Picks up 11 Wins at Wheaton Invitational
1/31 – Ubellacker Earns Second National Swimmer of the Week Honor

Women’s Swimming and Diving

2/4 – Women’s Swimming & Diving Closes Regular Season at Wheaton Invitational

Men’s Indoor Track and Field

2/3 – Engineers Place Third at Battle for Beantown

Women’s Indoor Track & Field

2/3 – Engineers Compete at Beantown Classic

Men’s Volleyball

2/4 – No. 6 MIT Falls to Harvard, 3-1
1/31 – No. 6 Men's Volleyball Sweeps Endicott, Dill Earns 200th Win at MIT


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