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Sports Shorts for Dec.14, 2015: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Men’s and Women’s Basketball cap off undefeated weeks; Men’s Swimming and Diving sweeps NEWMAC weekly awards
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Justin Pedley '16 became the 27th player in MIT Men's Basketball history to score 1,000 points in his career, reaching the mark in the Engineers' game against Rhode Island College on Dec. 10.
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Justin Pedley '16 became the 27th player in MIT Men's Basketball history to score 1,000 points in his career, reaching the mark in the Engineers' game against Rhode Island College on Dec. 10.
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Photo: David Silverman

Overall and Conference Records (As of December 14)

Men’s Basketball: 8-2

Women’s Basketball: 5-3 (2-1 NEWMAC)

Men’s Fencing: 5-6 (3-2 NEFC)

Women’s Fencing: 8-4 (5-1 NEFC)

Rifle: 13-2

Men’s Swimming & Diving: 3-0

Women’s Swimming & Diving: 3-1

Squash: 8-6

National Rankings

#8 – Men’s Swimming & Diving

#8- Women’s Swimming & Diving             

#28- Squash

General News

12/9- MIT Assistant Track and Field Coach, Nick Davis, Inducted into Milwaukee Athletics Hall of Fame

Men’s Basketball

12/12- Jurko’s 34 Points Leads MIT Past Newbury, 85-65

12/10- MIT Slips Past Rhode Island College, 63-61

12/8- MIT Edges Emmanuel, 64-62

Women’s Basketball

12/10- Fourth Quarter Surge Propels Women’s Basketball Past Endicott, 62-49

12/8- Engineers Edge Out Framingham State, 64-63

Women’s Cross Country

12/9- Engineer Spotlight – Maryann Gong

Football

12/8- Tobin Named All-Region

Men’s Swimming and Diving

12/7- Men’s Swimming & Diving Sweeps NEWMAC Weekly Awards Again

Women’s Swimming and Diving

12/7- Women’s Swimming & Diving Picks Up Two NEWMAC Weekly Awards

Women’s Volleyball

12/8- Tori Wuthrich Named to CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team

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