Swimming and Diving teams win on Senior Day; Men’s Basketball picks up two wins.
Squash blanks Haverford and Northwestern; Men’s Basketball tallies two NEWMAC wins.
Three Engineers named Burchard Scholars; Swimming and Diving and Track and Field open 2015 with wins.
The MIT Varsity Athletics program moved into first place in the final fall standings of the Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup.
Fall sports collect postseason awards.
Lita Nelsen ’64, SM ’66, SM ’79 finally makes good on a longstanding MIT-student requirement.
After a successful fall season, MIT's athletics program currently ranks second in the Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings.
Swimming and Diving teams break records at MIT Invitational; fall sports tally All-America honors.
Men’s Basketball wins two in overtime; historic football season comes to a close.
Women’s Cross Country records historic second-place finish at National Championships; Football wins NCAA first-round playoff game.
In the playoffs for first time, MIT's football history has included an 88-year winless streak, an ugliest-man competition, and borrowed orange uniforms.
The U.S. Olympic Committee visits Boston; city is one of four U.S. contenders.
Women’s Cross Country wins New England Regional Championships; Rifle closes fall season with three wins.