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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by alexander c. bost

The football hangs in midair after Western New England University’s game-tying extra point was blocked by Anthony M. Emberley ‘17 with 42 seconds left in the game on Saturday night. Both teams entered the contest undefeated and despite trailing 21-0 in the first half, WNEU fought back to tie the game at 28-28 in the third quarter. After scoring their fifth touchdown WNEU had a chance to even the score at 35-35 with less than one minute remaining, but Emberley’s block dashed WNEU’s hopes of sending the game into overtime and left MIT with a 6-0 record.

Jennifer R. Ibanez ’16 works her way between a player and the ball during a cold and rainy 3-0 victory over the United States Coast Guard Academy this past Saturday. The No. 1 seeded Engineers play in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Semifinals this Saturday against an opponent to be determined.

Candidates for President and Vice President of the Undergraduate Association debate in the Student Center lobby Tuesday night. From left: Sophia Liu ’17, Matthew Davis ’16, Laila Shehata ’16, Robert Mahari ’17, Siobhan Rigby ’16, and Daniel Wang ’16.

Alexander C. Klein ’15 bats the ball after a diving save by Thomas F. Leech ’18 kept the point alive during a game against Lehman College on Friday, April 3. The game was part of the Scramble Tournament, which MIT dominated, winning all four of its games 3-0.

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