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Sports Shorts for Oct.12, 2015: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Volleyball stays undefeated in NEWMAC play; Women’s Cross Country places 5th at NEICAA Championship.
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Junior Dora Tzeng won the clinching point in MIT's win over Smith on Saturday.
Junior Dora Tzeng won the clinching point in MIT's win over Smith on Saturday.

Overall and Conference Records (as of October 12, 2015)

Field Hockey: 8-2 (4-0 NEWMAC)

Football: 1-4 (1-1 NEFC)

Men’s Soccer: 9-1-1 (4-0 NEWMAC)

Women’s Soccer: 7-5-2 (4-1 NEWMAC)

Women’s Tennis: 8-0 (7-0 NEWMAC)

Women’s Volleyball: 19-1 (7-0 NEWMAC)

Water Polo: 7-8

National Rankings

#4 – Women’s Cross Country

#6 – Water Polo

#9- Women’s Tennis

#13- Men’s Cross Country

#16 – Coed Sailing

#25- Women’s Volleyball

Men’s Cross Country

10/10- Men’s Cross Country finishes 9th overall at the NEICAAA Championship

Field Hockey
10/10- Field Hockey cruises to 5-0 win over Clark

10/6- Penn’s three goals lead MIT past Wheaton, 5-1


10/5- Sailing notches best finish of weekend at Harvard Invitational

Men’s Soccer

10/10- Itani’s game-winner sends MIT over Wheaton, 3-2, in overtime

10/6 – Men’s Soccer draws even with No. 6 Brandeis, 0-0 in double OT

10/5- Men’s Soccer takes both NEWMAC weekly awards

Women’s Cross Country

10/10- Gong paces Women’s Cross Country to 5th at NEICAAA Championship

Women’s Soccer

10/11- Women’s Soccer edged by No. 2 Williams, 2-1

10/10 – Women’s Soccer bests Clark, 4-0, in complete team effort

10/6- Hrabchak delivers insurance goal to send MIT over Wheaton, 3-1

Women’s Tennis

10/10– Women’s Tennis completes NEWMAC play undefeated with win over Smith

Women’s Volleyball

10/8 – No. 25 Women’s Volleyball defeats Emmanuel, 3-1

10/6 – Gebhard records 1000th kill as No. 25 MIT sweeps Wellesley

10/5- Gebhard named NEWMAC Volleyball Athlete of the Week

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