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October, week 2

Women’s soccer

Allie Hrabchak ’19 scored the solitary goal of the game to lead MIT past Wellesley on Tuesday, Oct. 13. With the win, MIT improved to a 8-5-2 record overall and a 5-1-0 in the NEWMAC.

Men’s soccer

Kareem Itani ’17 scored in the 93rd minute as MIT clinched a tightly contested affair against Wheaton 3-2 on Oct. 10. Bingham ’16 scored twice for MIT as goalie Jake Amereno ’16 conceded for the first time in 630 minutes.

Cross country

Men’s: Dennis Maloney ’19 and Daniel Weiss ’19 finished 29th and 38th overall to lead MIT to a second-place finish among Div. III teams at the NEICAAA Championship this past Saturday.

Women’s: Maryann Gong ’17 finished 11th overall and second among Div III. athletes to lead MIT to a fifth-place finish overall (first in Div. III) at the NEICAAA Championship, held at Franklin Park.

Sailing

The MIT sailing team finished seventh at the Moody Trophy over the weekend. In the A Division, Joe Paggi ’16 and Elizabeth Zhang ’16 finished fifth with 44 points while in the B Division, Cutter O’ Connel ’18 and Christopher Ford ’16 finished 11th, amassing 68 points.

Water polo

MIT split a doubleheader this weekend, losing to Brown 7-11 while turning the tables on Connecticut College 17-4.

Ory Tasman ’16 and Kale Rogers ’16 each scored four times over the weekend.

—Souparno Ghosh