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Men’s basketball dominated Springfield 73-57. Bradley Jomard ’19 scored 22 points. Justin Pedley ’16 recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Women’s basketball outshot Springfield 62-46, recording their fifth victory in a row. Sabrina Drammis ’16 scored 16 points. Kara Holinski ’19 notched 11 points and 6 rebounds.

Women’s swimming and diving defeated Tufts 192-108 and Wellesley 171-129 in a Tri-Dual.

Men’s swimming and diving remained unbeaten with victory over Tufts 228-72.

Women’s track and field opened its season with a first-place finish with 162 points. Hannah Chen ’18, Maryann Gong ’17, and Jackie Vahey ’17 each earned two victories in individual events.

Men’s track and field registered a first-place finish with 266 points in their second meet of the 2015-16 campaign. Michael Kaba ’16 and Colin Godwin ’17 paced the Engineers with two individual wins a piece.

—Souparno Ghosh