MIT Engineers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 14-13 - Conference: 5-7
11/17 vs. Middlebury Final W, 83-73
@ Gordon College
11/18 at Gordon Final L, 78-71
11/21 at Connecticut College Final L, 66-48
11/25 at Suffolk Final W, 94-81
11/28 at Lesley Final W, 80-79
11/30 at Endicott Final W, 74-66
12/2 vs. Tufts Final - 3OT L, 88-81
12/5 at Western New England Final L, 61-52
12/7 vs. Amherst Final L, 79-47
12/12 vs. Emerson Final W, 79-72
1/3 vs. Fisher Final W, 80-63
1/6 vs. Springfield * • Final L, 57-56
1/9 vs. Babson * • Final L, 56-47
1/11 at Coast Guard * • Final W, 62-59
1/13 vs. Wheaton (Mass.) * • Final W, 65-53
1/17 vs. WPI * • Final L, 64-43
1/20 at Babson * • Final L, 72-59
1/24 at Clark * • Final W, 68-67
1/27 vs. Newbury Final W, 71-62
1/31 at Wheaton (Mass.) * • Final L, 71-52
2/3 vs. Coast Guard * • Final W, 51-47
2/7 at Springfield * • Final W, 71-68
2/10 at WPI * • Final L, 68-47
2/13 vs. Lasell Final W, 76-68
2/17 vs. Clark * • Final L, 81-73
2/21 at Clark Final W, 64-53
2/24 at WPI Final L, 66-49

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 14-13 - Conference: 5-7
1/6 vs. Springfield * • L, 57-56
1/9 vs. Babson * • L, 56-47
1/11 at Coast Guard * • W, 62-59
1/13 vs. Wheaton (Mass.) * • W, 65-53
1/17 vs. WPI * • L, 64-43
1/20 at Babson * • L, 72-59
1/24 at Clark * • W, 68-67
1/31 at Wheaton (Mass.) * • L, 71-52
2/3 vs. Coast Guard * • W, 51-47
2/7 at Springfield * • W, 71-68
2/10 at WPI * • L, 68-47
2/17 vs. Clark * • L, 81-73

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NEWMAC/Men/2006-07/standings-div1 : /conf/NEWMAC/Men/2006-07/standings-div2 : /conf/NEWMAC/Men/2006-07/standings

2006-07

WPI 11-1 22-4
Babson 9-3 16-10
Springfield 7-5 12-14
MIT 5-7 14-13
Clark (Mass.) 5-7 11-14
Wheaton (Mass.) 3-9 11-15
Coast Guard 2-10 14-14

Past Records

2017-18 (0-0, 0-0 NEWMAC)
2016-17 (21-7, 11-3 NEWMAC)
2015-16 (20-7, 10-4 NEWMAC)
2014-15 (18-8, 10-4 NEWMAC)
2013-14 (20-9, 8-6 NEWMAC)
2012-13 (20-6, 10-2 NEWMAC)
2011-12 (29-2, 11-1 NEWMAC)
2010-11 (20-9, 7-5 NEWMAC)
2009-10 (22-5, 10-2 NEWMAC)
2008-09 (21-9, 8-4 NEWMAC)
2007-08 (12-14, 3-9 NEWMAC)
2006-07 (14-13, 5-7 NEWMAC)

Team Info

Coach: Larry Anderson
Conference: NEWMAC

MIT

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 4105
Location: Cambridge, MA
Colors: Cardinal Red
Region: Northeast
Arena: DuPont Athletic Center (0)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 27, 2017 New men's Top 25 released As we get ready for the NCAA tournament starting Friday, Whitman is the unanimous No. 1 team in the country. How many teams that missed the NCAA tournament remained ranked? Click here to find out.
February 26, 2017 Sunday: One final surprise In a season full of surprises, MIT provided one more as the Engineers upset No. 1 Babson in the NEWMAC title game, popping someone's bubble and creating the chance for a new top team entering the NCAA tournament. Meanwhile we'll have four perfect teams in the women's NCAA tourney.
February 27, 2016 MIT Reaches NEWMAC Final With 96-80 Win Over WPI BABSON PARK, Mass. – No. 3 seeded MIT saw freshman Bradley Jomard (Paris, France) pick up career highs in points (33) and rebounds (12) this afternoon to lead the Engineers to a 96-80 victory over No. 2 seed WPI in a semifinal game of the 2016 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s basketball tournament.
February 17, 2016 MIT Rolls Past Emerson, 67-49 BOSTON, Mass. – Senior Ryan Frankel (New York, N.Y.) scored 13 of his game-high 20 points in the second half to lead the MIT men’s basketball team to a 67-49 victory at Emerson College in a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) contest.
February 13, 2016 Big Second Half Carries MIT Past Wheaton, 71-63 NORTON, Mass. – Trailing by 12 at the half, MIT shot over 60 percent in the second half and out scored Wheaton College by 20 points to complete a comeback that gave the Engineers a 71-63 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s basketball victory.
February 12, 2016 MIT Upends Framingham State, 63-52 CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT broke open a close game by out scoring Framingham State University, 13-2, over the final five minutes to pull away to a 63-52 non-conference men’s basketball win.