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Sports Shorts for Sept. 15, 2014: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Women’s Volleyball captures MIT Invitational crown; Women’s Tennis moves to 3-0
Sonya Das '18
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Sonya Das '18
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MIT Women's Volleyball captured the 2014 MIT Invitational crown.
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MIT Women's Volleyball captured the 2014 MIT Invitational crown.
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Photo: DSPics.com

Overall and Conference Records (as of September 15, 2014):
Field Hockey: 4-0 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Football: 2-0 (0-0 NEFC)
Men’s Soccer: 2-0-3 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Soccer: 4-3 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Tennis: 3-0 (3-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Volleyball: 11-1 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Water Polo: 2-5 (0-0 CWPA)

National Rankings

#6 – Men’s Cross Country
#6 – Women’s Cross Country
#15 – Women’s Soccer

Field Hockey

9/12 - Penn collects ECAC field hockey honors

9/11 - Field Hockey blanks Nichols, 4-0

9/9 - Engineers defeat Gordon, 3-1, in field hockey

Football

9/14 - Goldsberry named NEFC Offensive Player of the Week

9/13 - Offense carries MIT past Becker, 38-14

Men’s Soccer

9/13 - MIT, Newbury play to 1-1 tie

9/10 - MIT tops Salve Regina University, 1-0

9/8 - Bingham named NEWMAC Offensive Player Of The Week

Women’s Soccer

9/14 - Double-overtime goal lifts No. 9 Williams past No. 15 MIT, 3-2

9/12 - Late goal lifts Lesley past No. 15 MIT, 2-1

9/10 - No. 15 MIT falls to Tufts, 4-0

Women’s Tennis

9/14 - MIT blanks Springfield, 9-0

9/13 - MIT defeats Wellesley, 8-1

9/8 - Kohrs named NEWMAC Singles Co-Player of the Week

Women’s Volleyball

9/13 - Women's Volleyball captures MIT Invitational Crown

Men’s Water Polo

9/14 - MIT falls to Brown in final match of Bruno Fall Classic

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