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Merrilees Earns All-American Honors

By Roger Crosley
Sports Information Director

MIT can now claim its first ever field hockey All-American. Katherine Merrilees '97 has been named to the College Field Hockey Coaches Association 1994 Division III third team.

Merrilees, a midfielder who was Player of the Year in the New England Women's Eight Conference, led the Engineers in scoring with 12 goals and 11 assists.

Water Polo

Five MIT water polo players have been named to the Eastern Water Polo Association All-East team.

Javier Nazario '95 was a first team selection. Honored with second team status were David Brandenberger '95, goalie Sandy Fitch '96, Matt Lau '97, and Jon Pfautz '98.

Women's Volleyball

The 1994 GTE College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District College Division Volleyball Team has been announced and MIT has placed a player on the first and the second teams.

Captain Pareen Dhalla '95 is a first team selection, while Colleen Johnson G was a second team pick. By being named to the first team, Dhalla's name will be placed on the national Academic All-America ballot.

Men's Ice Hockey

The men's ice hockey team is off to a strong start having compiled a 4񩔒 record through the first six games.

Tetsu Inada '97 leads the Engineers in scoring, and picked up a hat trick in to go along with two assists in the Engineers recent 71 victory over Johnson & Wales University.