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Sports Shorts

By Roger Crosley
Sports Information Director

Basketball player Keith Whalen '96 scored the 1,000th point of his career in last Tuesday's game against Norwich University. Whalen has moved into 12th place on the all-time MIT scoring list with 1,050 points.

In the Norwich game, Whalen also had a career high 20 rebounds. For his efforts, Whalen was named the Constitution Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week.


For the men's team, Chris Ellefson '95 scored a 9.0/10.0 to win the rings event in a meet with Vermont and Dartmouth College. Ellefson placed third in the all-around with a score of 45.30.


The wrestling team raised its record to 105 by taking two of three matches wrestled Saturday.

The Engineers defeated Western New England College by a 3213 count and followed with a 3915 victory over Yale University. Norwich University squeaked by MIT in the finale by a 2722 count.

Heavyweight Ben Helweg '97 won each of his three bouts by pin.