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This weekend, MIT Women’s Swimming and Diving won the NEWMAC Championships for the first time in school history. After consistently taking second place, the Engineers beat rivals Springfield College 917.5 points to 894.5. The seniors of the team (from left to right), Diana E. LaScala-Gruenewald ’11, Elizabeth L. Stavely ’11 (partially obscured), Amy E. Jacobi ’11, Kaitlyn M. Creasey ’11, Caroline A. DeBoer ’11, and Lauren R. Hernley ’11, claim the first place trophy.
This weekend, MIT Women’s Swimming and Diving won the NEWMAC Championships for the first time in school history. After consistently taking second place, the Engineers beat rivals Springfield College 917.5 points to 894.5. The seniors of the team (from left to right), Diana E. LaScala-Gruenewald ’11, Elizabeth L. Stavely ’11 (partially obscured), Amy E. Jacobi ’11, Kaitlyn M. Creasey ’11, Caroline A. DeBoer ’11, and Lauren R. Hernley ’11, claim the first place trophy.