Women’s tennis (3-0) blanked Springfield 9-0.
Men’s soccer (4-1) defeated Emerson College 1-0 following a strike from Gregory Hui ’18 in overtime.
Women’s soccer (5-3) defeated Salem State 4-1 as Claire O’Callaghan ’20 came off the bench and scored twice in a space of 160s.
Football (1-3) claimed its first win of the season away at Maine Maritime 30-13. QB Udgam Goyal ’19 went 13-21, 229 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT. WR Eddie Garcia-Montes ’19 had 170 receiving yards with a TD.
Lauren Ullmann ’17 talks soccer and support systems
Ullmann spoke about the incredible support system that the women’s soccer team has always provided, how the team tries to play its best on the field when the firehose is at its fiercest off the field, and her evolution as a leader, teammate, and friend both on and off the pitch.
Successful week for MIT sports
Women's soccer (10-3) won a tight contest away at Wheaton College. Jacqueline Simmons '18 scored from a penalty kick as the Engineers extended their winning streak to six while completing their fifth straight shutout.
Young forwards leading the charge for women’s soccer
Working hard on and off the field, the MIT women’s soccer team is engineering a season to remember.
Women’s soccer (12-4) came from behind to defeat Wellesley 2-1. Allie Werner ’20 scored the matchwinner, her first goal as an Engineer, with fewerthan seven minutes to play in regulation after Montana Reilly ’20 had equalized just after halftime.
Women’s soccer (13-4) put 7 past Smith in a 7-2 rout. Chessa Hoekstra ’20 scored twice for the Engineers.
Men’s heavywieght crew finished 8th at the Head of the Charles Regatta.
Women’s soccer advanced to the semifinals of the NEWMAC tournament with a 1-0 win over Wellesley. Allie Werner ’20 scored the solitary goal for the Engineers.
Several teams see NEWMAC wins
Women's soccer lost to hosts WPI 3-1 in the NEWMAC championship final. Allie Werner '20 helped half WPI's lead before the hosts scored a third to thwart MIT's comeback.
Forwards headline record-breaking season for women’s soccer
The MIT women’s soccer team closed out a record-breaking season with 1-0 loss to Middlebury College in the first round of the NCAA playoffs. The Engineers recorded a program-high 17 victories this season, scoring in all but the first and last games of the season. MIT finished runners-up in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) tournament after tying for first place in the regular season.