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Sports Shorts for Mar. 13: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men's basketball advances to the Final Four; indoor track and field competes at NCAA Championship.

Overall and Conference Records (as of Mar. 12)
Baseball: 3-2
Men's Basketball: 29-1 (11-1 NEWMAC)
Men's Fencing: 8-14 (7-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Women's Fencing: 13-12 (9-3 Northeast Fencing Conf.)
Women's Lacrosse: 0-1
Men's Swimming & Diving: 7-0
Women's Swimming & Diving: 8-0
Men's Tennis: 5-2
Women's Tennis: 8-3
Men's Volleyball: 17-6

National Rankings
#3 – Men's Basketball
#3 – Women's Indoor Track & Field
#4 – Men's Swimming & Diving
#5 – Men's Volleyball
#6 – Women's Swimming & Diving
#7 – Men's Indoor Track & Field
#13 – Coed Sailing
#25 – Men's Tennis

Baseball
3/10 – Baseball Takes Two From Trinity College
3/9 – Baseball Breaks Out With 10-0 Win Over Gordon

Men's Basketball
3/10 – MIT Advances to First-Ever NCAA Final Four
3/9 – No. 3 MIT Moves within One Game of Final Four with 83-67 Win over Staten Island

Men's Fencing
3/12 – Men's Fencing Concludes Season at NCAA Regional
3/6 – Rafidi to Represent U.S. at 2012 Junior World Fencing Championship

Women's Fencing
3/12 – Shin Finishes Fourth, Qualifies for NCAA Fencing Championship

Field Hockey
3/5 – Field Hockey Garners Academic Recognition from NFHCA

Women's Lacrosse
3/6 – Gordon Holds off MIT, 16-13

Sailing
3/12 – Women's Sailing Competes at Navy Intersectional

Men's Tennis
3/10 – Men's Tennis Upends Colby, 8-1
3/8 – Men's Tennis Notches Third Straight With 7-0 Win Over Salem State

Women's Tennis
3/10 – Women's Tennis Opens Spring Season With 8-1 Win Over Colby

Men's Indoor Track & Field
3/10 – MIT Men Finish 14th, Women 21st at NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championship

Women's Indoor Track & Field
3/10 – MIT Men Finish 14th, Women 21st at NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championship

Men's Volleyball
3/12 – No. 5 Engineers Go 2-2 at Fontbonne Tournament

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