July 21, 2010
MIT Finishes 11th in Directors’ Cup Rankings
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Coming on the heels of one of the most successful campaigns in Institute history, MIT placed 11th among all Division III schools in the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) annual Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This was the highest ranking for the Engineers in the 14-year history of the program and the first time they were the best performers in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC).

May 13, 2010
Doyle Named to Academic All-District Baseball Team
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT junior Brian Doyle has been named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 Team by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA). A Second Team selection, Doyle was recognized for his performance in the outfield and the classroom.

May 9, 2010
Baseball Wraps Season with Win over Suffolk
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – In the final game of the 2010 season for both squads, the MIT baseball team beat out visiting Suffolk University, 6-3, Sunday on Briggs Field. Having won 6 of their final 7 games, the Engineers rebounded from a late-season slump to salvage a winning record, finishing 17-16 on the year, while the Rams wrap their season at 21-16.

May 6, 2010
NEWMAC Announces 2010 Spring Academic All-Conference Teams
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) recently announced the 2010 NEWMAC Spring Academic All-Conference Team. MIT collected 45 honors, second only to the 46 received by Springfield College. Tech finished the year with a league-high total of 105 awards, edging out Springfield’s 102.

May 6, 2010
Baseball Splits with Monks of St. Joe's
STANDISH, Maine – MIT baseball (16-16) split a non-conference twinbill with non-conference opponent Saint Joseph’s College (32-11) at Larry Mahaney Diamond on Thursday afternoon. In the opener, the Monks fell 7-6 in eight innings before rebounding to edge the Engineers, 3-2, in the nightcap.

May 5, 2010
Baseball Closes Home Stand with Win over Rhode Island College
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Six runs scored by MIT in the second inning set the tone of the game as the Engineers beat out non-conference opponent Rhode Island College, 8-6, Wednesday evening on Briggs Field. With the win, the Engineers extend their winning streak to four and level out to 15-15 on the season, while the Anchormen move to 20-15 for the year.

May 3, 2010
Seven-Run Inning Gives Baseball Win over Fisher
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Seven runs scored in the fourth inning were enough for the MIT baseball team to put away the visiting Falcons of NAIA institution Fisher College, 9-5, Monday on Briggs Field. The win boosts the Engineers to 14-15 on the season, while the Falcons slip to 24-21 on the year.

May 2, 2010
Baseball Defeats Worcester State, 7-3
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After trailing for the first half of the game, the MIT baseball team scored seven unanswered runs to defeat non-conference opponent Worcester State College, 7-3, Sunday on Briggs Field. The win boosts the Engineers to 13-15 on the season, while the Lancers are now 28-10-1.

May 1, 2010
Baseball Splits with No. 25 Trinity
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On Saturday, the MIT baseball team faced off against No. 25 Trinity College (Conn.) in a non-conference doubleheader on Briggs Field. After Trinity took the first game, 6-3, the Engineers responded to win the second, 7-2, snapping a four-game losing streak. With the split, the Engineers’ record moves to 12-15 while the Bantams are now 17-10 on the year.

April 29, 2010
UMass Boston Escapes Rally as Baseball Falls, 9-7
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Despite a late rally, the Beacons’ thirteen hits and two home runs were too much for the Engineers to match, as non-conference opponent University of Massachusetts Boston defeated the MIT baseball team, 8-5, Thursday on Briggs Field. With the win, the Beacons improved to 19-13 on the season, while the Engineers fell to 11-14.

April 27, 2010
Park Named to NEWMAC Baseball All-Conference Team
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Following last weekend’s playoff tournament, MIT junior Stewart Park was recently selected by the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) to the 2010 Baseball All-Conference First Team. In addition, the Engineers were honored with the 2010 NEWMAC Baseball Sportsmanship Award.

April 22, 2010
After Rain Delay, Coast Guard Eliminates Baseball, 7-6
NEW LONDON, Conn.--Fifth-seeded Coast Guard rallied for three runs in the bottom of the eighth and one more in the eleventh to surpass sixth-seeded MIT, finishing 25 hours after the game's start, to win a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) tournament elimination game, 7-6.

April 21, 2010
Wheaton Tops MIT Baseball, 5-2, in NEWMAC Tournament
NORTON, MA- The top-seeded Wheaton College baseball team extended its postseason winning streak against number-six Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to seven games following Wednesday's 5-2 victory during the opening day of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Tournament at Sidell Stadium.

April 14, 2010
Late-inning Scoring Lifts Baseball Past Salem State
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT freshman Max Ockner threw 8 strikeouts in 3 innings to secure the win, as the Engineers beat out non-conference opponent Salem State College, 7-5, Wednesday on Briggs Field. With the win, MIT’s record evens to 10-10 (3-7 NEWMAC) while the Vikings level out at 11-11 (1-3 MASCAC).

April 13, 2010
Baseball Uses Seven-Run Eighth Inning to Topple Springfield
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Brian Harris went 3-for-5 for the home team, but in the end a 7-run eighth inning proved to be the difference as the visiting MIT baseball team defeated Springfield College on Tuesday, 11-5, in a New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference game at Berry-Allen Field.

April 10, 2010
Baseball Splits with Coast Guard
NEW LONDON, CONN.--Freshman Mike Massaro’s two-run triple highlighted a four-run fourth in game two as Coast Guard came from behind to beat MIT 5-4 in game two after the Engineers won the opener 5-1 in New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball action.

April 8, 2010
WPI Overwhelms MIT Baseball, 15-2
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Eighteen hits from ten different batters were too much for the MIT baseball team to handle, as WPI defeated the host Engineers in a 15-2 rout Thursday on Briggs Field. Looking for its second NEWMAC victory, MIT was left stunned as the team’s record fell to 7-9 (1-6 NEWMAC) on the season, while WPI’s improved to 15-5 (6-3).

April 6, 2010
8th Inning Rally Lifts Baseball over Springfield
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – With a four-run eighth inning, the MIT baseball team came from behind to defeat New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rival Springfield College, 5-4, to pick up its first conference win Tuesday on Briggs Field.

April 5, 2010
Baseball Rallies to Edge Suffolk in Extra Innings
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After trailing 4-0 in the seventh inning, the MIT baseball team scored 5 unanswered runs to defeat non-conference opponent Suffolk University 5-4 in an extra-inning thriller Monday on Briggs Field. With the win, the Engineers move to 6-8 on the year, while the loss evens the Rams at 9-9.

April 3, 2010
Babson Sweeps Baseball Doubleheader
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Looking to repeat as New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) champions, the Beavers of Babson College added two more wins to their record, defeating the MIT baseball team in two games during Saturday’s NEWMAC doubleheader on Briggs Field. With the losses, the Engineers drop to 5-8 (0-5 NEWMAC) on the year, while Babson has won 15 of its last 16 to rise to 5-1 in the NEWMAC and 15-3 overall.

April 2, 2010
Baseball Victorious over Brandeis with Walk-off Double
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Down two runs with bases loaded, two outs and a full count, MIT senior Stewart Park rose to the occasion, hitting a three-run double for a 6-5, walk-off win over visiting Brandeis University in non-conference baseball action Friday on Briggs Field. With the win, the Engineers rose to 5-6 (0-3 NEWMAC) on the season, while the Judges slid to 7-11 (1-4 UAA) on the year.

April 1, 2010
Baseball Falls to WPI, 11-3
Worcester, MA --- WPI scored in each of the first four innings to fuel the hosts to an 11-3 triumph over visiting MIT in New England Men's and Women's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) competition on Thursday afternoon. WPI moved to 12-3 overall and 3-2 in the NEWMAC with the win, while MIT dropped to 4-6, 0-3 in the conference.

March 27, 2010
Baseball Swept by Wheaton in NEWMAC Opener
NORTON, MA - The MIT baseball team dropped to 4-5 and Wheaton College extended its winning streak to five games following Saturday's New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) doubleheader at Sidell Stadium. The Lyons posted a 9-0 shutout in game one before notching a 7-4 victory in the second contest.

March 26, 2010
Baseball Returns from Successful 3-2 Arizona Outing
CHANDLER, Ariz.-After five games in the Grand Canyon State, the MIT baseball team improved its record to 4-3 and returned home from its spring trip ready to begin NEWMAC-conference play this Saturday at Wheaton College.

March 19, 2010
Baseball Picks up First Win Against Wentworth, Heads into Break
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Freshman James McKinney scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning, snapping a 5-all tie as MIT snapped Wentworth’s four-game win streak with an 8-5 win in a non-conference game played at Briggs Field.

March 18, 2010
Baseball Drops Season's First to Eastern Nazarene
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The MIT baseball team lost to Eastern Nazarene 3-2 today on Briggs Field, losing to the Lions for the first time since 1997 when ENC beat MIT in another one run game, 9-8.

February 24, 2010
Baseball Prospectus
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Three weeks remain until the team’s home opener, and the MIT baseball team is gearing up for another exciting season. With the graduation of NEWMAC Player of the Year Thomas Phillips, fans may be wondering what to expect of the 2009 NEWMAC Championship Tournament finalists. From the desk of Head Coach Andy Barlow, here is a look at the 2010 Engineers.