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Sports Shorts for March 23, 2015: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Guo and Lin win NCAA Elite 89 Award; Jedryka leads Women’s Swimming to highest program finish at NCAA Championships.
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Engineers Veronika Jedryka '17, Amanda Wu '18, Lena Yang '16, and Emmie Ryan '15 (l-r) broke a school record for the 400-meter freestyle relay.
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Engineers Veronika Jedryka '17, Amanda Wu '18, Lena Yang '16, and Emmie Ryan '15 (l-r) broke a school record for the 400-meter freestyle relay.
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Overall and Conference Records (as of March 23, 2015)
Baseball: 1-1 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Men’s Basketball: 18-8 (10-4 NEWMAC)
Women’s Basketball: 11-15 (7-9 NEWMAC)
Men’s Fencing: 12-12 (8-2 NFC)
Women’s Fencing: 18-9 (9-3 NFC)
Field Hockey: 12-5 (5-3 NEWMAC)
Football: 10-1 (7-0 NEFC)
Men’s Lacrosse: 5-0 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Lacrosse: 7-0 (1-0 NEWMAC)
Rifle: 17-8
Men’s Soccer: 8-7-3 (3-4 NEWMAC)
Women’s Soccer: 15-5-2 (9-0-1 NEWMAC)

Softball: 3-1 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Squash: 9-8
Men’s Swimming and Diving: 6-1 (3-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Swimming and Diving: 7-1 (4-0 NEWMAC)
Men’s Tennis: 6-1 (0-0 NEWMAC)
Women’s Tennis: 12-1 (8-0 NEWMAC)
Men’s Volleyball: 15-9 (2-4 UVC)
Women’s Volleyball: 28-6 (9-1 NEWMAC)
Water Polo: 15-17 (4-8 CWPA)

Current National Rankings
#4 – Women’s Indoor Track and Field
#4 – Men’s Swimming and Diving
#6 – Women’s Swimming and Diving
#13 – Men’s Volleyball
#15 – Men’s Indoor Track and Field
#16 – Women’s Tennis
RV – Coed Sailing

Baseball
3/17 - Strong start carries Baseball past Suffolk, 8-2
3/16 - MIT Baseball falls to Bates in season opener 

Women’s Basketball
3/16 - Kordell and Drammis collect regional postseason honors

Men’s Fencing
3/21 - Benjamin Lin wins Elite 89 Award for NCAA Fencing Championship
3/20 - Lin and Wong compete at NCAA Fencing Championship

Men’s Lacrosse
3/19 - Big first half powers Engineers to 12-8 victory over Gordon
3/17 - Late fourth goal lifts MIT past Wentworth, 11-9

Women’s Lacrosse
3/20 - MIT Women’s Lacrosse visits England and Loughborough University
3/19 - Engineers top Coast Guard, 19-2, in NEWMAC opener
3/17 - Women’s Lacrosse heads to England for first international game
3/16 - MIT overpowers Mount Ida, 20-5, in women’s lacrosse
3/16 - Schott named NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week

Rifle
3/17 - Three Engineers named to postseason honors for Rifle

Sailing
3/15 - MIT Sailing competes at John Jackson Team Race, Navy Spring Women's Race

Softball
3/22 - MIT splits with Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Colby on Day No. 2 of spring training trip
3/21 - Tech tops Amherst, MCLA in first-ever meetings to open 2015 season

Men’s Swimming and Diving
3/21 - Mayberry highlights final day for MIT Swimming at NCAA Championships
3/20 - Mattix, Schlueter highlight day 3 for MIT Swimming & Diving at NCAA Championships
3/19 - Tech's 400-yard medley relay shines on day 2 of NCAA Championships
3/18 - Lednev, 200-yard medley relay shine on day 1 of NCAA Championships   

Women’s Swimming and Diving
3/21 - Jedryka, 400 freestyle relay shines on final day of NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship
3/20 - Jedryka, 800-yard freestyle relay highlight day 3 of NCAA Championships for MIT Swimming & Diving
3/19 - MIT relays highlight day 2 of the NCAA Championships
3/18 - 200 medley relay highlights day 1 of NCAA swimming championships
3/18 - Margaret Guo earns NCAA Elite 89 Award for Women’s Swimming and Diving

Women’s Tennis
3/22 - No. 16 Engineers top RPI, 8-1

Women’s Track and Field
3/19 - Maryann Gong tabbed NCAA Division III Women's Track Athlete of the Year
3/18 - Gong, Taylor and Virdi reflect on the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships
3/17 - Five Engineers earn All-America honors

Men’s Volleyball
3/18 - MIT blanks Emmanuel, 3-0, on senior nght

Water Polo
3/16 - MIT's Ory Tasman featured in Orlando Sentinel's "Connections"

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