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Field hockey beats Lasell, now 3-0

The field hockey team won 4-1 on Tuesday afternoon at Lasell College to remain undefeated at 3-0 this season.

Kameron L. Klauber ’12 opened the scoring in the 10th minute, as she scored on a deflected save on a shot by Katie Kauffman ’12.

Kauffman added to the MIT lead in the 19th minute, off a pass by Alexandra A. Wright ’11.

Lasell got on the scoreboard less than two minutes into the second period, but the Klauber responded with her second goal a minute later. Kauffman again found the back of the goal in the 45th minute to complete the scoring.

Goalie Keri A. Dixon ’11 had five saves to earn her third win of the season.

—David Zhu, Sports editor

Women’s soccer takes first loss of season

The women’s soccer team fell 2-1 to Worcester State University on Tuesday, their first loss of the season after two wins to open the year.

Worcester State scored first in the 41st minute, then added to their lead soon after halftime on an unassisted goal from Gaby Gonet.

Leslie A. Meyer ’13 cut the deficit in half for the Engineers, when she headed in a pass from Andrea Y. Park ’13 after a free kick in the 67th minute.

In the second half, the Engineers pressed the Worcester State defense; although they led in shots on goal (12 to 10) and corner kicks (6-2), they were unable to find the back of the net again.

MIT will seek to rebound on Saturday as they host University of Southern Maine at 4 p.m.

—David Zhu, Sports editor