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Sports Shorts for May 7: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men's track and field wins New England Division III Championship; three Engineers named to Capital One Academic All-District Team for baseball

Overall and Conference Records (as of May 7)
Baseball: 21-14 (8-10 NEWMAC)
Men's Lacrosse: 7-8 (3-3 Pilgrim League)
Men's Tennis: 15-4 (5-0 NEWMAC)

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

Baseball
5/7 – Three Engineers Named to Capital One Academic All-District Team for Baseball
5/2 – Late Rally Carries MIT to 3-2 Win Over Rhode Island College

Football
5/2 – Three Engineers Named to Hampshire Society by National Football Foundation

Women's Crew
5/3 – Saxton-Fox Collects Second Straight Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year Nod
5/2 – MIT Places Four on All-Patriot League Rowing Team

Men's Lacrosse
5/2 – Springfield Defeats MIT, 12-2, in Pilgrim Semifinal

Women's Lacrosse
5/2 – Katie Kauffman Collects NEWMAC All-Conference Honors

Sailing
5/2 – Steph Tong and Andrew Sommer Named to All-NEISA Coed Team

Men's Tennis
5/1 – Four Engineers Earn All-NEWMAC Honors in Men's Tennis

Men's Swimming and Diving
5/2 – MIT Swimming and Diving Featured in Swimming World Magazine

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
5/5 – Men's Track & Field Wins New England Division III Championship
5/2 – Jones, Umachi Highlight NEWMAC Track & Field Awards

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
5/5 – Engineers Take Second at New England Division III Track & Field Championship
5/2 – Jones, Umachi Highlight NEWMAC Track & Field Awards

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