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

Kates named All-American; men's and women's swimming and diving teams finish in top 10 at NCAAs.

Overall and Conference Records (as of Mar. 26)
Baseball: 6-7 (1-5 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
#4 – Men's Swimming & Diving
#6 – Women's Swimming & Diving
#8 – Men's Volleyball
#18 – Coed Sailing
#23 – Women's Tennis
#28 – Men's Tennis

Baseball
3/24 – Baseball Gains Split at Babson
3/23 – Babson Overpowers MIT in NEWMAC Baseball
3/21 – Engineer Offense Erupts at Eastern Nazarene

Men's Basketball
3/19 – Kates Named to D3Hoops All-America Team

Women's Crew
3/24 – Women's Openweight Crew Kicks off Spring at Beanpot Regatta

Women's Fencing
3/23 – Robin Shin Places 20th at NCAA Fencing Championship

Men's Lacrosse
3/25 – Engineers Fall to Tampa, 9-5
3/20 – Men's Lacrosse Wins Second Straight, Downs Wentworth, 9-6

Women's Lacrosse
3/24 – Kauffman Records 100th Career Goal in NEWMAC Opener at Smith
3/20 – Laura Wacker Breaks Record in MIT's Win over Framingham State
Sailing
3/26 – No. 18 Coed Sailing Places 11th at Boston Dinghy Cup

Softball
3/24 – MIT Opens Spring Trip with Win over Thomas College
3/13 – Softball Drops Season Opener to Simmons, 5-1

Men's Swimming and Diving
3/24 – Men's Swimming Finishes Fourth at NCAA Championships
3/23 – Men's Swimming Maintains Fourth at NCAA Championships
3/22 – Men's Swimming Sets Four School Records at NCAAs, Move Up To Fourth
3/21 – Men's Swimming Fifth After Day One of NCAAs, Ubellacker Takes Third

Women's Swimming and Diving
3/24 – Women's Swimming Posts Best Ever Placing at NCAAs With Eighth-Place Finish
3/23 – Women's Swimming Moves Up at Nationals
3/22 – Ryan Sets School Mark at NCAA Championships, Engineers Ninth Overall
3/21 – Ryan Leads Women's Swim Team to Seventh After First Day of NCAA Championships

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
3/24 – Harper Leads the Way for Tech at Northeastern Invite

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
3/24 – Harper Leads the Way for Tech at Northeastern Invite

Men's Volleyball
3/26 – No. 8 Men's Volleyball Picks Up Two Wins at Endicott Tournament

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