Feb. 3, 2005
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - A 32-30, 30-28, 30-20 victory over No. 10 nationally-ranked Endicott College on Wednesday night gave MIT its fifth consecutive win of the season, resulting in the best start in the program's history since 1987. The Engineers also picked up their fifth NECVA New England win in a row.
Rob McAndrew paced Tech with 20 kills and one solo and five assisted blocks. Praveen Pamidimukkala notched 11 kills and two solo and one assisted block. Ryan Dean totaled a team-high nine digs and two aces while contributing nine kills. Bob Aspell posted a pair of solo and assisted blocks while Matthew Ng collected seven digs. Jordan Wan also tallied seven digs and dished out 40 assists.