MIT Wrestling finishes a historic season with one national champion and two additional All-American wrestlers
Pannell’s only loss of the tournament was to Lauren Stone, the champion and “outstanding wrestler” of the entire women’s division.
Her feat is especially interesting as she was able to utilize the skills and experiences she gained at MIT to help her with her cycling success.
“Regardless of the score, the team had a consistent focus and a team vibe that was very unique.”
“We made a really good effort of spending time together outside of practice at MIT and even now, from all our corners of the world.”
Coach Anne Versprille: “This team defined the name of MIT Women's Lacrosse and set high standards and expectations for the future.”
“All the players and especially the seniors had a vision of hoisting that trophy. Given the circumstances, our returners know that now this next season will count for two,” Coach Tyler O’Keefe.
Trautner: I woke up this morning, and I wished I hadn't. For a few blissful seconds, I didn't remember what had happened. As my eyes focused on the walls of my room, the events of yesterday came rolling over me.
After defeating Babson College in a well-contested semifinal game, MIT Women’s Basketball faced an unfortunate loss to Smith College in the final, preventing them from winning the NEWMAC Championship for the third consecutive year.
Women’s Basketball (15-12) competed in the NEWMAC Tournament, earning a 67-53 win against Wellesley College in the first round and a 78-72 win against Babson College in the semifinal before falling to Smith College in a 70-56 championship game Sunday.
Women’s Tennis brought their record to 2-0 after a 9-0 shutout against Vassar College on Saturday.
MIT swimmers displayed excellent performances as Bouke Edskes ’20 took the NEWMAC Men's Swimmer of the Year award for the third straight year while Blake Zhou ’20 was named NEWMAC Women's Diver of the Year.