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Sports Shorts for Apr. 30: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men's tennis, men's and women's outdoor track and field all win NEWMAC championships

Overall and Conference Records (as of Apr. 30)
Baseball: 20-14 (8-10 NEWMAC)
Men's Lacrosse: 7-7 (3-3 Pilgrim League)
Softball: 12-21 (7-9 NEWMAC)
Men's Tennis: 15-4 (5-0 NEWMAC)

National Rankings
#8 – Women's Lightweight Crew
#9 – Women's Outdoor Track & Field
#12 – Men's Lightweight Crew
#18 – Coed Sailing
#28 – Men's Tennis

4/26 – Solid Pitching Carries MIT Past UMass Boston, 3-1
4/25 – Macomber's Walk-Off Hit Lifts MIT Past Fisher, 4-3

Men's Crew
4/28 – Lightweight Crew Picks Up a Pair of Wins in Philadelphia
4/28 – Heavyweight Crew Third In Wisconsin

Women's Crew
4/29 – MIT Finishes Third at Patriot League Championship

Men's Lacrosse
4/28 – MIT Rallies to Defeat Clark in 2OT, Clinches Pilgrim League Playoff Berth
4/25 – Men's Lacrosse Falls to Wheaton, 10-5

4/30 – No. 18 MIT Competes at NEISA Team Race Championship and Morris Trophy

4/26 – Softball Closes Out Season with Split Against Salve Regina

Men's Tennis
4/29 – MIT Wins NEWMAC Men's Tennis Championship Over Clark
4/28 – MIT Advances to NEWMAC Men's Tennis Final With Win Over Springfield
4/25 – Men's Tennis Falls at Middlebury

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
4/28 – Engineers Run Away from Field en Route to 13th NEWMAC Championship

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
4/28 – Women's Track & Field Captures Fourth-Straight NEWMAC Title

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