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Sports Shorts for Mar. 19: A weekly wrap-up of MIT Varsity Athletics

Men's Basketball Ends Memorable Run In NCAA Tournament; Track & Field Sweeps NCAA Elite 89 Awards.

Overall and Conference Records (As of Mar. 19)
Baseball: 4-5 (0-3 NEWMAC)
Men’s Basketball: 29-2 (11-1 NEWMAC)
Men’s Lacrosse: 1-1
Women’s Lacrosse: 0-4
Softball: 0-1
Men’s Swimming & Diving: 7-0
Women’s Swimming & Diving: 8-0
Men’s Tennis: 5-3
Women’s Tennis: 8-4
Men’s Volleyball: 19-6

National Rankings
#3 – Men’s Basketball
#4 – Men’s Swimming & Diving
#5 –Women’s Indoor Track & Field
#6 – Women’s Swimming & Diving
#7 – Men’s Volleyball
#10 –Men’s Indoor Track & Field
#14 – Coed Sailing
#23 – Women’s Tennis
#28 –Men’s Tennis

Baseball
3/14 –Engineers Defeat Wentworth, 13-4

Men’s Basketball
3/16 – MIT's Spectacular Run Comes to an End with 71-56 Loss to Wisconsin-Whitewater in National Semifinals
3/15 – Playing for one of their own
3/14 – Hollingsworth, Kates Collect All-Region Accolades

Men’s Lacrosse
3/17 –MIT Defeats UNE in Triple-Overtime Thriller

3/14 –Men’s Lacrosse Falls to UMass Dartmouth in Season Opener

Women’s Lacrosse
3/15 –Nealon Scores Five Goals in Battle with Bridgewater State

Sailing
3/19 –No. 14 Coed Sailing Captures Third Place at Central Series

Softball
3/13 –Softball Drops Season Opener to Simmons, 5-1

Men’s Tennis
3/17 –Men’s Tennis Falls at Bates

Women’s Tennis
3/17 – Bates Upends MIT, 6-3, In Women’s Tennis

Men’s Indoor Track & Field
3/16 – Hannon, Kuntz Receive NCAA Elite 89 Awards at Indoor Track & Field Championship

Women’s Indoor Track & Field
3/16 – Hannon, Kuntz Receive NCAA Elite 89 Awards at Indoor Track & Field Championship

Men’s Volleyball
3/19 – No. 7 MIT Defeats Newbury and Emmanuel

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