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Sports Shorts for Dec. 17: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Phillips named MAC Shooter of the Month; Desmaris named Regional Coach of the Year

Overall and Conference Records (As of Dec. 17)
Men's Basketball: 8-2 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women's Basketball: 4-4 (2-2 NEWMAC)
Field Hockey: 17-3 (7-1 NEWMAC)
Football: 5-4 (4-3 NEFC)
Rifle: 7-2
Men's Fencing: 5-5
Women's Fencing: 6-6
Men's Soccer: 13-5-2 (2-3-1 NEWMAC)
Women's Soccer: 14-4-3 (8-1 NEWMAC)
Squash: 3-9
Men's Swimming and Diving: 3-0
Women's Swimming and Diving: 4-0
Women's Tennis: 10-1 (7-0 NEWMAC)
Women's Volleyball: 30-6 (7-2 NEWMAC)
Water Polo: 11-14 (2-4 CWPA)

National Rankings
#1 – Women's Cross Country
#1 – Men's Swimming and Diving
#5 – Women's Swimming and Diving
#5 – Water Polo
#9 – Women's Sailing
#11 – Co-ed Sailing
#15 – Women's Soccer
#18 – Field Hockey
#21 – Women's Tennis
ARV – Men's Basketball
ARV – Men's Cross Country

Men's Basketball
12/13 – MIT Surges Past Bridgewater State, 74-61

Field Hockey
12/12 – Field Hockey Collects Two ECAC All-Star Awards

Football
12/12 – ECAC Names Laux Football All-Star

Rifle
12/11 – Phillips Named MAC Air Rifle Shooter of the Month

Women's Soccer
12/11 – Martin Desmarais Named New England Coach of the Year

Softball
12/13 – Six MIT Softball Players Named All-America Scholar Athletes

Men's Swimming and Diving
12/14 – MIT Men's Swimming & Diving No. 1 in the Nation

Women's Swimming and Diving
12/14 – Women's Swimming & Diving Nationally Ranked

Men's Volleyball
12/12 – MIT Men's Volleyball Releases 2013 Schedule

Women's Volleyball
12/13 – Katie Spielbauer Voted to ECAC Volleyball All-Star Team
12/10 – Spielbauer and Hao Earn Capital One Volleyball Academic All-America Honors

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