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Sports Shorts for Sept. 1, 2014: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Women’s Soccer wins first two contests; Women’s Volleyball goes 4-0
Megan Gebhard '17, Alli Davanzo '18, and Nicole Gagnier '15 helped Women's Volleyball capture the Pride Invitational crown.
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Megan Gebhard '17, Alli Davanzo '18, and Nicole Gagnier '15 helped Women's Volleyball capture the Pride Invitational crown.
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Photo: DSPics.com
Goalkeeper Lauren Ullmann '17 in a win against Brandeis.
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Goalkeeper Lauren Ullmann '17 in a win against Brandeis.
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Photo: DSPics.com

Overall and Conference Records (as of September 1, 2014):

Women’s Soccer: 2-0 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Volleyball: 4-0 (0-0 NEWMAC)

National Rankings:
#6 – Men's Cross Country
#6 – Women’s Cross Country

General MIT Athletics News:
8/26 - Miller-McEachern named assistant director of the NEWMAC

Football:
8/29 - Pair of football freshmen named finalists for national scholar-athlete award

Men’s Soccer:
8/26 - Men's Soccer second in preseason NEWMAC poll

Women’s Soccer:
8/30 - MIT Women's Soccer sneaks past RPI, 1-0 (2OT)
8/29 - MIT Women's Soccer tops Brandeis in season opener
8/26 - Women's Soccer first in preseason NEWMAC poll

Women’s Tennis:
8/29 - MIT Women’s Tennis tabbed as favorites in the NEWMAC

 

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