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Two Garner Academic All-America Distinctions

By Roger Crosley
sports information director

MIT can now boast two more GTE College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-Americas.

Cross country runner Arnold Seto G and water polo player Matt Lau '97 were named to the Fall/Winter Men's College Division At-Large Team.

First-team honoree Seto won the Constitution Athletic Conference cross country individual championship. He was also a first-team selection on the 1996 Spring At-Large Team for track and field.

Lau, a Division III All-America selection in water polo, is a third-team selection.

Baseball pitcher honored

Baseball pitcher Thomas Epps '98 was selected as the Constitution Athletic Conference co-pitcher of the week for his performance in Saturday's 01 loss to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Epps, pitched the entire contest and lost 10 on an unearned run in the bottom of the 12th inning. His co-winner was Coast Guard's Matt Laverghetta who pitched nine scoreless innings in the same contest.

Softball pitcher off to strong start

Softball pitcher Amber Crabbe '00, continues to make her mark on the New England Women's 8 Conference. After pitching a no-hitter in her first collegiate start last week, Crabbe was named the NEW 8 Player of the Week for her efforts in a doubleheader last Saturday against Mount Holyoke College.

Crabbe won both games of the twin bill with a 51 three hitter in the first game, and by pitching the final two innings of the second game to seal the 124 win. She pitched nine innings, allowing only one run, and fanning 10 batters.