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Sports Shorts for Feb. 27: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men's basketball captures NEWMAC tournament title and NCAA bid; men's volleyball wins Baruch Invitational title

Overall and Conference Records (As of Feb. 20)
Men's Basketball: 25-1 (11-1 NEWMAC)
Men's Fencing: 8-14 (7-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Women's Fencing: 13-12 (9-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Rifle: 23-4
Squash: 8-12
Men's Swimming & Diving: 7-0
Women's Swimming & Diving: 8-0
Men's Volleyball: 13-4

National Rankings
#3 – Men's Basketball
#4 – Women's Indoor Track & Field
#4 – Men's Swimming & Diving
#5 – Men's Volleyball
#6 – Women's Swimming & Diving
#12 – Men's Indoor Track & Field

Men's Basketball
2/26 – Men's Basketball Captures Third NEWMAC Championship in Four Years with 65-60 Win over Springfield
2/25 – MIT Downs Babson, 65-42, in NEWMAC Semifinals
2/21 – Hollingsworth and Karraker Named to CoSIDA Academic All-America Team

Women's Basketball
2/18 – Second-Half Rally Falls Short as Clark Defeats MIT, 61-50
2/15 – Dramatic Women's Basketball Finish at Springfield Featured on D3hoops.com
2/15 – Wheaton Fights Off Engineers, 56-46

Men's Fencing
2/26 – Men's Fencing Places Third at New England Championship

Women's Fencing
2/26 – Shin and Alkilany Collect Medals at the New England Championship

Rifle
2/25 – MIT Rifle Closes Out Regular Season With Victory Over Penn State at MAC Championships

Squash
2/19 – MIT Wins Consolation Playoff at CSA Team Championship

Men's Indoor Track & Field
2/25 – Track and Field Competes at All-New England's

Women's Indoor Track & Field
2/25 – Track and Field Competes at All-New England's

Men's Volleyball
2/27 – No. 5 Men's Volleyball Captures Baruch Invitational Title

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