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Sports Shorts for May 14: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

MIT leads NEWMAC in Academic All-Conference honors; men's tennis reaches third round of NCAA tournament.

Overall and Conference Records (as of May 14)
Baseball: 22-14 (8-10 NEWMAC)
Men's Tennis: 16-5 (5-0 NEWMAC)

National Rankings
#8 – Women's Lightweight Crew
#15 – Women's Outdoor Track & Field
#12 – Men's Lightweight Crew
#29 – Men's Tennis

General News
5/11 – NEWMAC Announces Spring Academic All-Conference Awards

5/10 – Mangrum, Swanson Named to All-NEWMAC Baseball Team
5/8 – Engineers Defeat Suffolk, 5-1, in Season Finale

Men's Basketball
5/9 – Boston City Council Declares May 9 'MIT Men's Basketball Day'

Men's Crew
5/13 – MIT Crew Competes at Eastern Sprints

Women's Crew
5/12 – Women's Lightweight Earns Bronze at Dad Vail Regatta

Men's Lacrosse
5/9 – MIT Places Three on Pilgrim League All-Conference Team

5/7 – Dedication Held at Renovated Wood Sailing Pavilion

Men's Tennis
5/13 – Engineers Ousted by Williams at NCAA Men's Tennis Tournament
5/12 – Men's Tennis Advances In NCAA Tournament With Win Over Stevens
5/7 – MIT Men's Tennis Selected to Play in NCAA Tournament

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
5/12 – Engineers Finish Sixth at All-New England Meet

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
5/12 – Women's Track & Field Competes at NEICAAA Championship

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