Led by 29 points from junior Ian Hinkley (Raleigh, N.C.), the MIT men’s basketball team rallied from a 13-point first-half deficit and picked up an 80-75 non-conference road win at Fitchburg State on Saturday afternoon.
Led by a 26-point, 17-rebound double-double from junior Ian Hinkley (Raleigh, N.C.), the MIT men’s basketball team picked up its second straight win with an 88-58 home victory over Salem State University on Thursday night.
With an 84-70 road win over Lasell University, MIT men’s basketball head coach Larry Anderson earned his 400th career win on Saturday afternoon in non-conference action. The victory was the third straight for the Engineers, who are now 3-2 overall.
Led by a career-high 33 points from sophomore Alex Cho (San Diego, Calif.), the MIT men's basketball team picked up its first win of the year as the Engineers defeated Eastern Nazarene in a 66-64 final at Rockwell Cage.
Last year, the team of Division III alumni which played in the made-for-TV The Basketball Tournament had a trip to remember, other than the final 18 minutes to forget. This year, a new group of nine players is set to take on one of the top seeds in the tournament.
Led by a career-high 28-point, 21-rebound double-double from senior Tim Roberts (Oak Bluffs, Mass.), the No. 12 MIT men's basketball team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a 90-67 win over Skidmore College on Friday night.
Led by a 25-point, 11-rebound double-double by senior Tim Roberts (Oak Bluffs, Mass.), No. 8 ranked MIT closed out the regular-season with an 84-81 win over WPI in front of a boisterous crowd at Harrington Auditorium on Saturday afternoon.
After getting off to a quick start on Senior Night, No. 8 ranked MIT wrapped up the NEWMAC regular-season championship on Wednesday night with a 113-60 home victory over Clark University. The regular-season title is the first for MIT since the 2012-13 season and the program’s fourth overall.
After getting off to a quick double-digit lead, the No. 6 ranked MIT men’s basketball team ran its winning streak to eight straight with a 75-54 home win over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on Wednesday night. With the victory, MIT now has four straight 20-win seasons.
Led by a career high 31 points from sophomore Ian Hinkley (Raleigh, N.C.), the No. 7 MIT men's basketball team earned an 88-63 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) win over Wheaton College on Saturday afternoon in Norton. The win gives the Engineers a sweep of the regular-season series with the Lyons as MIT now leads the all-time series by a 29-21 margin.
Led by 50 percent shooting from three and three players in double figures, No. 9 MIT men’s basketball went wire-to-wire in a 96-73 home win over Emerson College on Saturday afternoon. The win splits the regular-season series in 2018-19 as the Engineers now hold a 30-4 advantage all-time with the Lions.
Led by double-doubles from seniors Bradley Jomard (Paris, France) and Tim Roberts (Oak Bluffs, Mass.), the No. 12 MIT men’s basketball team came away with a 77-59 wire-to-wire win over Springfield College on Wednesday night.
Conference play got underway in many locations across Division III men's basketball on Wednesday night, including Wisconsin, Virginia and Massachusetts, with Stevens Point, MIT and Christopher Newport posting key wins.
Overcoming a slow start, the No. 7 MIT men’s basketball team opened NEWMAC play with a 74-44 home win over WPI on Wednesday night at Rockwell Cage. MIT has now won 11 straight games overall and the last seven meetings with WPI.
Paced by a career-high 25 points from sophomore Ian Hinkley (Raleigh, N.C.) and a 23-point, 12-rebound double-double by senior Tim Roberts (Oak Bluffs, Mass.), the No. 8 MIT men’s basketball team defeated Bridgewater State in an 84-64 final on Thursday night. The game marks the final contest of the first semester for the Engineers.
Led by six players in double figures and 58.7 percent shooting from the field, the No. 11 ranked MIT men's basketball team ran its winning streak to four straight with a 97-54 home victory over Pine Manor.
Led by four players in double figures and the 1,000th career point from senior AJ Jurko (Weston, Fla.), the No. 5 MIT men’s basketball team pulled away for a 96-76 road win over Keene State College on Saturday afternoon. Jurko is the 29th player in MIT men’s basketball history to reach the 1,000-point mark and joins teammate Bradley Jomard (Paris, France) in that group.
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After being national Rookie of the Year last season, Springfield sophomore Jake Ross is the Northeast Region Player of the Year. His coach, Charlie Brock, is the Coach of the Year and the Rookie of the Year award gets split between young stars from MIT and Wesleyan.
At the beginning of the season, MIT served notice that it would be a force to contend with, as it battled Harvard to the wire. The Engineers haven't looked like that team the entire season, but they have made the Sweet 16, and they might be getting a key piece back. More in a Road to Salem feature by Ryan Scott.
Wittenberg? No longer unbeaten. Middlebury? Fell again. MIT? Still reeling. Plus Swarthmore went down in double overtime, Lyco lost its third in four games, York fell at home and the top 10 didn't agree with Eastern Connecticut so much. More in the wrapup.
Consistency, as any coach or player would tell you, is not easy to maintain, but somehow Larry Anderson’s MIT men's basketball program has found a way to remain consistent for quite some time, especially in a competitive NEWMAC.