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Sports Shorts for Dec. 22, 2014: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Fall sports collect postseason awards.
Senior Elizabeth Dethy (left) and freshman Emily Penn represented MIT on the 2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III New England Field Hockey All-Star second team.
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Senior Elizabeth Dethy (left) and freshman Emily Penn represented MIT on the 2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III New England Field Hockey All-Star second team.
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Overall and Conference Records (as of December 22, 2014)
Men’s Basketball: 7-3 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Basketball: 4-5 (1-1 NEWMAC)
Men’s Fencing: 4-6 (4-1 NFC)
Women’s Fencing: 9-3 (5-1 NFC)
Field Hockey: 12-5 (5-3 NEWMAC)
Football: 10-1 (7-0 NEFC)
Rifle: 10-4
Men’s Soccer: 8-7-3 (3-4 NEWMAC)
Women’s Soccer: 15-5-2 (9-0-1 NEWMAC)
Squash: 3-3
Men’s Swimming and Diving: 3-0 (2-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Swimming and Diving: 4-0 (3-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Tennis: 10-1 (8-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Volleyball: 28-6 (9-1 NEWMAC)
Water Polo: 15-17 (4-8 CWPA)

Current National Rankings
#4 – Men’s Swimming and Diving
#7 – Women’s Swimming and Diving

Cross Country
12/16 - MIT Cross Country season recap

Field Hockey
12/19 - Dethy and Penn collect ECAC Field Hockey All-Star awards

Football
12/16 - Wallace among five Engineers selected for All-America honors  

Men’s Soccer
12/16 - Bingham, Wilson receive ECAC New England honors 
12/15 - MIT announces change in Men’s Soccer coaching staff

Women’s Soccer
12/18 - Three Engineers earn ECAC All-Star accolades
12/17 - Battipaglia, Krishnamachar selected to NSCAA College Division Scholar All-America teams
12/15 - Three Engineers receive NEWISA All-New England accolades

Women’s Volleyball
12/18 - Gagnier and Gebhard selected to ECAC Volleyball All-Star Team

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