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Women's x-country is second at MAIAW

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The women's cross-country team finished second in Saturday's Massachusetts Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (MAIAW) Championships, held at Pine Manor College.

The University of Lowell swept the meet with 29 points, placing six runners among the top-10 finishers. MIT finished a strong second with 54 points, followed by Simmons College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Regis College. Simmons' Dena Novak won the race in 18 minutes, 59 seconds, over a minute in front of the rest of the field.

The Engineers' scorers included: Theresa Fuentes '91 in fifth place (20:30), Chris Goh '92 in 11th (22:17), Amy Rovelstad '92 in 12th (22:20), Lola Matysiak '91 in 19th (22:35), Sharlene Day '91 in 20th (22:36), Gabrielle Rocap '92 in 22nd (22:35) and Jean Condon '92 (24:51).

MIT will compete in the New England Women's Eight Conference Championships at Mount Holyoke College this weekend.

-- T. Fuentes and S. Day->

[cp11]Men's soccer in

romp over WNEC, 6-1[cp12]

The men's soccer team raised its record to 5-3-1 with a 6-1 romp over Western New England College Saturday afternoon in Springfield. Senior Marc Bailey was all over the field, scoring four times and adding one assist.

Bailey opened the scoring at 20:47 with an unassisted shot, then paired with Kevin Galli '91 to assist Hannes Smarason '91 on a 35:34 goal. It was Bailey again at 60:31 (unassisted), 63:05 (Jason Grapsky '94 and Stephan Feldgoise '92 assists) and 68:19 (Smarason assist).

Grapsky added the sixth goal at 82:44 (Constantinos Hassabis '91 and Kent McCord '91 assists). WNEC scored its lone goal at 87:02.

Compiled by David Rothstein->