• MIT Finishes 11th in Directors’ Cup Rankings
    July 21, 2010
    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).
  • Men's Fencing Ends Season at NCAA Regional
    March 15, 2010
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The MIT men’s fencing team ended its season on Sunday at the NCAA Northeast Regional Fencing Championships hosted by Brown University. Jackson Crane’s 12th place finish led the way for the Engineers, but the freshman narrowly finished outside of national at-large consideration, and MIT failed to advance any fencers to the national tournament.
  • Men's Fencing Collects Trio of Honors
    February 26, 2010
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Northeast Fencing Conference (NFC) recently announced its All-Conference Team with MIT receiving two Second-Team selections. In addition, sophomore Ben Nield was named to the College Fencing National Honor Roll for the week of Feb. 15-21, as presented by CollegeFencing360.com
  • Men's Fencing Struggles at Beanpot
    February 24, 2010
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On Wednesday night, MIT men’s and women’s fencing conducted the Third Annual Beanpot, hosting Boston College, Brandeis University and Harvard University for competition in duPont Gymnasium. It was a disappointing night for the Engineers, who went 0-3, while Harvard University dominated and captured its second-straight title.
  • Nield Captures Foil Crown; MIT Takes 4th at New England Championships
    February 22, 2010
    SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – On Sunday, the MIT men’s fencing team traveled to Mount Holyoke College for the 2010 New England Championships. MIT sophomore Ben Nield led the way for the Engineers, capturing the men’s foil crown, while the Cardinal and Gray took fourth place in the event.
  • Men’s Fencing Falls Short at Eric Sollee Invitational
    January 31, 2010
    WALTHAM, Mass. – The MIT men’s fencing team had a rough day, taking losses to Air Force, Haverford, NYU and No. 6 Penn as the team went 1-4 at Saturday’s Eric Sollee Invitational, hosted by Brandeis University. Despite an 18-9 win against Hunter College, the team’s record slides to 7-12 heading into the final month of team competition.
  • Men’s Fencing Picks up Pair of Wins, Three Losses
    January 23, 2010
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The MIT men’s fencing team picked up wins against Northeast Fencing Conference rivals Tufts and Dartmouth while falling to Boston College, Vassar and Brown at a competition hosted by BC last Saturday. With the hit, the Engineers’ record slipped to 6-8 (6-4 NFC) on the year.
  • Men's Fencing Drops Four at Brandeis
    December 07, 2009
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – It was a rough weekend for the MIT men’s fencing team, as the squad dropped all four of its matches at the Brandeis Invitational on Saturday. The Engineers were bested by fencers from St. John’s University, Yale University, the University of North Carolina and Brown University, dropping their overall record to 4-5 for the year.
  • Men's Fencing Wins 4 of 5 at Brown
    November 23, 2009
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The MIT men’s fencing team opened its head-to-head season at its first Northeast Fencing Conference (NFC) competition hosted by Brown University last Saturday. The Cardinal and Gray won four of its five bouts, including a comeback victory (14-13) over Brandeis, marking MIT’s first win over the Judges in over three seasons.
  • Men’s Fencing Opens at Smith’s Big One
    November 10, 2009
    NORTHAMPTON, Mass. – In the team’s season-opener last Saturday, seventeen fencers represented the MIT’s men’s fencing program at The Big One Fencing Tournament at Smith College. The event featured individual competition in a field of participants from nearly twenty schools, including several Division I and Division II programs. The Engineers finished with two top-ten performances across the three events.