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MIT Players Make Football Honor Roll

By Roger Crosley
Sports Information Director

MIT wide receiver Trent Redman '97 and running back Troy Gayeski '98 have been named to the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference Weekly Honor Roll for their play in Sat-urday's last-minute 22-25 loss to Western New England College.

Redman had seven receptions for 109 yards with touchdowns of 57 and 22 yards.

Gayeski carried the ball 36 times for 131 yards and a touchdown. He also returned a kickoff for 25 yards and threw a 26-yard pass for a first down on a fake punt.

Men's tennis beats BU

The MIT men's tennis team is off to a 40 start. Last week, the team defeated Boston University 43. The Engineers' victory over the Terriers was the first time in five years MIT that topped BU. Last Friday, the Engineers overcame Babson College with a score of 61.

Women's tennis at 51

The MIT women's tennis team also has started quickly. After an opening match loss to Skidmore College, the women rebounded to a 51 record including a 90 shutout of rival Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Saturday.

MIT runners Lauren Klatsky '97, and Janis Eisenberg '98 placed first and second in last weekend's Rhode Island College Cross Country Invitational. Klatsky covered the 3.1 mile course in 20:02, with Eisenberg finishing seven seconds later.