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Sports Shorts for March 21, 2016: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics

Kogut wins national swimming title; Men take fifth, women ninth at NCAA Swimming Championships.
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Sophomore Douglas Kogut became the second men's swimmer in MIT history to win a national championship, taking the title in the 200-yard butterfly on Friday at the NCAA Division III National Championships.
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Sophomore Douglas Kogut became the second men's swimmer in MIT history to win a national championship, taking the title in the 200-yard butterfly on Friday at the NCAA Division III National Championships.

Overall and Conference Records (as of March 21, 2016)

Baseball: 1-4

Men’s Lacrosse: 5-0

Women’s Lacrosse: 4-2

Softball: 1-3

Men’s Tennis- 4-3

Women’s Tennis- 10-3 (8-0 NEWMAC)

Men’s Volleyball: 19-6 (3-3 UVC)

National Rankings

#5- Women’s Track and Field

#13- Men’s Track and Field

#13- Sailing

#16 - Women’s Tennis

Baseball
3/19 – Dramatic Finish Gives MIT 5-4 Win Over Tufts In 13 Innings

3/18 – MIT Drops First Game of Spring Trip

Women’s Basketball
3/15 – Holinski and Drammis Receive NEWBA and D3hoops.com Accolades

Men’s Lacrosse

3/17- MIT Tops Gordon, 17-10

3/15- Men’s Lacrosse Cruises Past Wentworth, 14-6

Women’s Lacrosse

3/19- Women's Lacrosse Comes From Behind to Defeat Roger Williams, 14-10

3/16- Schott Records 200th Point as MIT Overpowers Gordon, 16-4

Sailing

3/13- Sailing Registers Pair of Top Three Finishes at Arctic Circle, Wood Team Races

Softball
3/20 – Softball Swept on Day Two in Florida

3/19 – Softball Falls to Western Connecticut, 2-1, in Extra Innings to Open Spring Trip in Florida

3/16 – Softball Opens Season With 5-1 Win Over Simmons

Men’s Swimming and Diving

3/19- Men’s Swimming and Diving Finishes Fifth at NCAA Championship

3/18- Kogut Wins 200-fly National Title On Third Night of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship

3/17- McKenzie, Relays Cap Day Two of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship as All-Americans

3/16- Five All-Americans Shine for Men’s Swimming and Diving on First Day of NCAA Division III Championship

Women’s Swimming and Diving

3/19- 400-Free Relay, Jedryka Earn All-America Honors on Final Night of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship

3/18- 800 Free Relay, Jedryka Earn Honorable Mention All-America Honors on Day Three of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship

3/17- 400-Medley Relay Secures All-America Honors on Second Night of NCAA Division III Championship

3/16- Jedryka, Women's Swimming and Diving Have Strong Start to NCAA Division III Championship

Men’s Volleyball

3/15- Men's Volleyball Blanks Elms, 3-0, on Senior Night

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