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Basketball Players Receive Conference Weekly Honors

By Roger Crosley
sports information director

Two MIT basketball players have been honored for their play in last week's contests.

Senior guard Sarah Davis '97 was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference New England Division III Weekly Honor Roll for her play in a victory over Wheaton College, the first since the 1986-87 season, and a loss to Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Davis averaged 17 points and seven rebounds while also dishing out nine assists.

Men's basketball player honored

Melvin Pullen Jr. '98 was named the Constitution Athletic Conference co-Player of the Week for his play in losses to Connecticut College and Springfield College. Pullen averaged 18 points and 10.5 rebounds in the two games. The junior forward also handed out seven assists.

Margetts makes all-tourney team

Middle hitter Mike Margetts '97 from the men's volleyball team was named to the all-tournament team at last weekend's Roger Williams Invitational Tournament.

Lobban sets MIThigh bar record

Andy Lobban '97, a men's gymnastics captain, set an Institute record on the high bar in last weekend's victory over Dartmouth College. Lobban scored 8.5 out of a possible 10 to break the existing record by .05.

Squash performing well

The squash team has won three of its last four matches with impressive victories over Fordham University, Connecticut College, and Tufts University. The Engineers have dropped only five individual matches out of a possible 27 in their three wins.