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Sports Shorts for May 22: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Mangrum Selected All-Region; Taylor Named New England Coach of the Year.

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

General News
5/18 – MIT Places Five on Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team
5/18 – MIT Closes Successful Year at 26th Annual Celebration of Student-Athlete Excellence

5/16 – Mangrum Selected for All-New England Honors

Men's Basketball
5/17 – Levene to Play for U20 Danish National Team

Women's Crew
5/13 – Engineers Shine at Women's Sprints

Men's Swimming & Diving
5/21 – TerBush Selected for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Women's Tennis
5/16 – Vishnevetsky Selected for Regional Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
5/21 – Taylor Earns New England Coach of the Year Honors
5/18 – Men's Track & Field Takes Fourth at ECAC Championship

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
5/18 – Engineers Prep for Nationals at ECAC Championship

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