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Foster Earns Award

By Roger Crosley
Sports Information Director

Football offensive guard Corey Foster '95 was named the winner of a National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Scholarship. Foster is one of only 29 scholar-athletes from all NCAA divisions in the country to win the $5,000 award.

In the six years MIT athletes have been eligible for the football scholarship, the Institute has had a winner in each of four years. Foster is a materials science major who will continue his graduate studies at MIT.

Soccer midfielder Dave Roberts '95 was named to the 1994 New England Region Adidas Scholar Athlete Soccer All-America second team.

Jesse Darley '95 was named the Constitution Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Darley, who has placed ninth, third, first and second in his four appearances in the CAC Championships, is a two time NCAA Division III All-America as well as twice being named Academic All-America.

Darley is the second consecutive MIT runner to be named the CAC Scholar-Athlete for cross country.

Women's and men's basketball

Basketball players Keith Whalen '96 of the men's squad and C.J. Doane '95 of the women's team have each been named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference New England Division III Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending Jan. 14.

Whalen scored 64 points and grabbed 32 rebounds in a week where MIT won three games. Whalen had a career high 34 points in a 7572 victory over Clark University.

Doane led the women to a 11 record for the week by tallying 42 points and 15 rebounds. She had 27 points on 12 for 18 shooting in a loss to Brandeis University. Doane has led the Engineers to a 93 start this season. Only the 1986-87 team which began the year 103 has had a better opening record.

Women's gymnastics

The women's gymnastics team has broken the school scoring record three times in the first four meets of the season. The team broke the 170 point barrier for the first time in a 172.875 170.200 loss to Springfield College, and surpassed that score in a meet against Yale University and Cornell University.