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Sports Shorts for Nov. 30, 2015: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men’s Basketball improves to 4-1; Gong earns All-America accolades.
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Senior Justin Pedley scored with two seconds remaining to give MIT a 49-47 win over Fitchburg State and move the Engineers' record to 4-1 this season.
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Senior Justin Pedley scored with two seconds remaining to give MIT a 49-47 win over Fitchburg State and move the Engineers' record to 4-1 this season.
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Overall and Conference Records (as of November 30, 2015)

Men’s Basketball: 4-1

Women’s Basketball: 2-2

Men’s Fencing: 3-2

Women’s Fencing: 5-1

Rifle: 13-2

Men’s Swimming & Diving: 3-0 (2-0 NEWMAC)

Women’s Swimming & Diving: 3-1 (2-0 NEWMAC)

Squash: 7-4

National Rankings

#8 – Men’s Swimming & Diving

#8- Women’s Swimming & Diving             

#28- Squash

Men’s Basketball

11/28- Pedley’s layup lifts MIT past Fitchburg State, 49-47

11/24- MIT holds off Tufts For 72-69 victory

Women’s Basketball

11/28- MIT overpowers Wellesley in NEWMAC opener, 67-44

Women’s Cross Country

11/25- Gong earns USTFCCA All-America accolades

Men’s Soccer

11/24- Amereno, Bingham, Freel selected to compete in NEISL Senior All-Star Game

Men’s Swimming & Diving

11/23- Men’s Swimming & Diving sweeps NEWMAC weekly awards

Women’s Swimming & Diving

11/23- Women’s Swimming & Diving earns NEWMAC Relay Team of the Week

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