SooHoo’s Aggression Helps 2nd Half Run, But MIT Loses 57-45
Women’s basketball fell 57-45 to Mount Holyoke College Saturday afternoon at Rockwell Cage despite a game-high 20 points from point guard Kimberly E. SooHoo ’08.
Lacrosse Falls in Season Opener To Corsairs’ Second Period Effort
MIT men’s lacrosse could not overcome six consecutive first-half goals by UMass-Dartmouth, falling 9-6 in its season-opener on Saturday at Jack Barry Field.
Tech Falls to Clark, Fails to Make Field Goals Down Stretch
Men’s basketball fought valiantly but faded down the stretch under unrelenting pressure from the Clark University Cougars, falling by a final score of 81-73.
Five-Run Fourth Inning Sparks Baseball to 5-4 Win Over Bates
A controversial call in the fourth inning ignited a five-run MIT rally, providing enough of an offensive cushion for Tech to hold on for a 5-4 victory over Bates College Monday afternoon on Briggs Field.
Volleyball Wins in Four Games; Sets Records for Digs, Blocks
MIT men's volleyball lost the first game to Johnson & Wales University Wednesday night at Rockwell Cage, but calmly and methodically won the next three for a 26-30, 30-25, 30-22, 30-28 victory.
Overtime Win Sends Men's Ice Hockey to Saturday's Semifinal
Timothy E. Studley '07 knocked in a rebound goal 9:09 into overtime Wednesday night at Johnson Ice Rink, defeating Westfield State College 5-4 and advancing MIT men's ice hockey to the NorthEast Collegiate Hockey Association semifinals tomorrow in Nashua, New Hampshire.
MIT Ekes Out Four-Game Win After Rivier Setter Breaks Leg
Men’s volleyball rebounded from a second game loss to defeat Rivier 3-1 after the Raiders lost their starting setter to a broken leg during the match.