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Sports Shorts for Oct. 15: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Women's volleyball captures MIT Quad Tournament; women's tennis pair wins NEWITT B Flight title

Overall and Conference Records (as of Oct. 15)
Field Hockey: 12-2 (5-1 NEWMAC)
Football: 3-3 (2-2 NEFC)
Rifle: 1-1
Men's Soccer: 8-3-1 (1-2-1 NEWMAC)
Women's Soccer: 10-3-1 (5-1 NEWMAC)
Men's Tennis: 2-0
Women's Tennis: 6-1 (5-0 NEWMAC)
Women's Volleyball: 23-3 (5-1 NEWMAC)
Water Polo: 6-8

National Rankings
#1 – Women's Cross Country
#6 – Water Polo
#13 – Co-ed Sailing

Men's Basketball
10/5 – MIT Announces 2012-13 Men's Basketball Schedule

Women's Basketball
10/10 – Women's Basketball Releases 2012-13 Schedule

Field Hockey
10/13 – MIT Edges Out Springfield, 1-0

Football
10/13 – Football Falls at Western New England, 36-14

Rifle
10/14 – Rifle Drops Match Against Rose Hulman
10/13 – Rifle Opens 2012-13 Season With a Victory Over John Jay

Sailing
10/12 – Sailing World Releases Updated National Rankings

Men's Soccer
10/13 – Springfield Defeats MIT in NEWMAC Soccer Game, 3-1

Women's Soccer
10/13 – Women's Soccer Suffers First Conference Loss of the Season to Springfield
10/9 – Women's Soccer Register 6th Shutout of the Season after Husson Victory

Men's Tennis
10/13 – MIT Tennis Defeats Nichols, 6-3
10/12 – Engineers Defeat SUNY Oneonta, 9-0

Women's Tennis
10/14 – Women's Tennis Picks Up A Title at NEWITT
10/9 – MIT Women's Tennis Rolls Past Babson, 7-2

Women's Volleyball
10/13 – Women's Volleyball Crowned MIT Quad Tournament Champions

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