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Tranum Breaks Own Record

By Roger Crosley
Sports information office


Football reception records continue to fall at the hands of Roddy Tranum '93. Tranum caught nine balls in a 19-21 loss to Stonehill on Saturday. The nine catches broke his own 1991 single season record of 42 catches. He also broke the MIT career record for receiving yardage by upping his total to 1,518 yards. Anthony Lapes '90 held the previous record.

Quarterback Alix Sgouros '95 has tied the Institute record for pass attempts in a season. Sgouros has thrown the ball 145 times thus far in 1992.

Inside linebacker Nolan Duffin '94 has twice been honored in the last two weeks. Duffin was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference New England Division III Weekly Honor Roll for his play in a 12-31 loss to Westfield State. He was also named co-defensive player of the week in the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference for his play in the Stonehill game.


Setter Coleen Kaiser '94 was recently named to the all-tournament team at the Eastern Connecticut State University Invitational Tournament. This is the third all-tournament team to which Kaiser has been named this season.


The women's soccer team's 10 wins this season tie the squad's record for the most wins in a single season. The 1991 team also won 10 games en route to a 10-6 record.

Attila Lengyel '94 of the men's soccer team had an enormous day last Saturday. Lengyel scored all four of M.I.T.'s goals in a 4-1 victory over Western New England college.