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Sports Shorts for Oct. 5, 2015: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Women’s Tennis nets 7th straight victory; Ojeda earns his third Rookie of the Week Award by NEFC
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Overall and Conference Records (as of October 5, 2015)

Field Hockey: 6-2 (2-0 NEWMAC)

Football: 1-4 (1-1 NEFC)

Men’s Soccer: 8-1 (3-0 NEWMAC)

Women’s Soccer: 5-4-2 (2-1 NEWMAC)

Women’s Tennis: 7-0 (7-0 NEWMAC)

Women’s Volleyball: 17-1 (6-0 NEWMAC)

Water Polo: 6-7

National Rankings

#3 – Women’s Cross Country

#9 – Water Polo

#9- Women’s Tennis

#12- Men’s Cross Country

#16 – Coed Sailing

Men’s Cross Country

9/28- Weiss tabbed as NEWMAC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week

Field Hockey
9/28 –Kryitsis collects NEWMAC weekly accolades

Football
10/4– Ojeda gains third Rookie of the Week award

10/3– Late TD lifts Endicott over MIT 31-27

9/29- NEWMAC adds Catholic University as eighth football member

Rifle

10/3- Rifle has strong showing at Coast Guard

Sailing

9/24- Freshmen place 1st, 3rd and 4th to open weekend of racing at Midweek Firefly

Men’s Soccer

10/3- MIT edges Coast Guard, 1-0

9/30 – Men's Soccer defeats Suffolk, 6-0

9/28- Men’s Soccer seniors sweep NEWMAC weekly awards

Women’s Soccer

10/3- Balanced attack leads Women’s Soccer over Mount Holyoke, 2-0

10/1 – Women’s Soccer, Bowdoin draw at 1-1 after overtime session called due to darkness

9/29- Tufts outlasts Women’s Soccer, 2-0

Women’s Tennis

10/3– Women’s Tennis runs streak to seven with win over Wheaton

9/29 – Women’s Tennis remains undefeated with win over Clark

9/28- Kohrs earns NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week honors

Women’s Volleyball

10/3 – Women’s Volleyball takes down Wheaton and Framingham State

9/29 – MIT battles Clark for four-set victory

Men’s Water Polo

10/4- Water Polo goes 2-2 and places fourth at Gary Troyer Tournament

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