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Freshman Chester Chambers looks for a teammate to pass to during the men’s soccer game against Framingham State Wednesday. The Engineers won 4-0, bringing their season record to 3-0.
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Klauber leads hockey to wins

After helping lead the MIT field hockey team to a pair of convincing wins to open the season, Kameron L. Klauber ’12 was named NEWMAC Offensive Player of the Week on Monday. Klauber scored 11 points in two games, making four goals and assisting on three more.

In the season opener against New England College, Klauber found the back of the net twice and assisted on another score to help Tech record an 8-1 win over the Pilgrims. On Saturday, at UMass-Dartmouth, Klauber set up the first two goals of the game and scored a pair of goals herself later on in the 6-2 victory.

It is the second conference weekly honor for Klauber, who was also named Player of the Week during her sophomore campaign.

—Greg McKeever, DAPER Staff

Kabelac is soccer OP of week

Following an outstanding weekend, Zachary E. Kabelac ’12 was named the NEWMAC Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week. The forward received Tournament MVP honors after totaling four goals, one assist and nine points while leading MIT to an undefeated outing at the University of Southern Maine Husky Classic.

In a 7-0 victory over the host Huskies, Kabelac recorded a natural hat-trick including the game-winning goal. He then posted one goal and set up the game-winner in a 3-1 decision over St. Joseph’s College.

—Mindy Brauer,
DAPER Staff