Tue Feb 19
7:00 PM
#5 WPI
at #4 Babson
Game 1 - NEWMAC Quarterfinals
Tue Feb 19
7:00 PM
#5 Emerson
at #4 MIT
Game 1 - NEWMAC Quarterfinals
Tue Feb 19
7:00 PM
#7 Wellesley
at #2 Smith
Game 3 - NEWMAC Quarterfinals
Tue Feb 19
7:00 PM
#6 Clark
at #3 Springfield
Game 2 - NEWMAC Quarterfinals
Thu Feb 21
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Thu Feb 21
TBA
WPI
at NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal
Thu Feb 21
7:00 PM
#3 Springfield
at #2 Emerson
Game 3 - NEWMAC Semifinals
Thu Feb 21
7:00 PM
Winner of Game #1
at #1 MIT
Game 2 - NEWMAC Semifinals
Thu Feb 21
7:00 PM
MIT
at TBA
Thu Feb 21
7:00 PM
Winner of Game #1
at #1 Babson
Game 4 - NEWMAC Semifinals
Sat Feb 23
TBA
WPI
at NEWMAC Tournament Championship
Sat Feb 23
TBA
TBA
at Springfield
Sat Feb 23
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Sat Feb 23
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Sat Feb 23
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
NEWMAC Championship
Sat Feb 23
TBA
MIT
at TBA
Sat Feb 23
1:00 PM
NEWMAC Tournament - Championship
at MIT
Fri Mar 01
TBA
MIT
at NCAA First Round
(NCAA Tournament - First Round)
Fri Mar 01
TBA
TBA
at MIT
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NEWMAC Athletes of the Week (for week ending January 20th)

NEWMAC Athletes of the Week (for week ending January 20th)

NEWMAC Men's Swimmer of the Week

Bouke Edskes, MIT (Jr. - Rockville, Md.)

Junior Bouke Edskes guided No. 6 MIT to a pair of dominant wins over No. 9 NYU and No. 19 Williams on Friday afternoon as he claimed victories in four different events. Edskes began his day with the 400-medley relay team as the quartet touched the wall first in 3:24.46. Individually, the junior won the 200-fly in 1:50.97, which was just 0.12-seconds from an NCAA "B" cut time, the 100-fly in 49.72 and the 400-IM in 4:03.76.

 

NEWMAC Men's Co-Diver of the Week

Connor Pennington, Springfield (So. – Monson, Mass.)

In a tri-meet split with Wesleyan and Roger Williams on Saturday, Pennington highlighted the meet for the Pride as he produced a pair of national-qualifying scores on the diving boards. The sophomore won the three-meter by nearly 60 points as he totaled a 314.05 before he won the one-meter with a score of 313.05, which was 50 points better than the field.

 

NEWMAC Men's Co-Diver of the Week

Samuel Soloman, MIT (Jr. – Rockville, Md.)

Junior Samuel Solomon posted a win on the 1-meter board, a second place finish on the 3-meter board and two NCAA Division III Northeast-North Diving Regional qualifying scores on Friday against No. 9 NYU and No. 19 Williams on Friday. He scored 305.35 points for first place on the 1-meter board and 320.25 points for second place on the 3-meter board. Additionally, Solomon was the only student-athlete to score above 300 points on both boards in the double dual on Friday.

 

 

NEWMAC Men's Relay of the Week

400 Medley Relay, MIT (Edskes, Kralj, McKenzie, Ubellacker)

The 400 medley relay team comprised of Bouke Edskes, Tim Kralj, Brandon McKenzie, Sam Ubellacker began things on Friday for the No. 6 Engineers as they won the event in a time of 3:24.46. MIT swept the top two spots on the opening event which led the Engineers to dominant wins over No. 9 NYU and No. 19 Williams.

 

NEWMAC Women's Swimmer of the Week

Hannah May, Wellesley (So. – Cincinnati, Ohio)

Wellesley sophomore Hannah May tied for meet-high honors and had a team-high four All-Seven Sisters awards as she helped the Blue clinch the 2019 Seven Sisters Championship on Saturday and Sunday at Smith. May was first in both the 100 Free (54.56) and the 200 Free (1:55.81) and was the runner-up in the 500 Free (5:17.15). She also helped the Blue to relay victories in the 800 Free Relay in a meet record time of 7:55.90 and first in the 400 Free Relay with a time of 3:39.64 to close out the meet.

 

NEWMAC Women's Diver of the Week

Samantha Nemivant, Mount Holyoke (Jr. – Scottsdale, Ariz.)

Nemivant was outstanding last weekend, becoming the Seven Sisters Champion off both the 1-meter and 3-meter boards. She recorded 423.45 points for the 1-meter board victory. Additionally, it marked an NCAA 11-dive qualifying mark and was her first championship title. The next morning, she notched another NCAA Qualifying score of 461.25 points for the 3-meter victory.

 

NEWMAC Women's Relay of the Week

200 Free Relay, MIT (Bjornstad, Hagmaier, Ketonen, Staszel)

MIT's 200 free relay team comprised of Lindsey Bjornstad, Shannon Hagmaier, Lara Ketonen, Lilia Staszel closed the double dual against No. 4 Williams and No. 6 NYU on a high note as they posted a win in the meet's final event in a time of 1:37.72 which was nearly two seconds faster than the A relay team from Williams.

 

 

NEWMAC Men's Basketball Offensive Athlete of the Week

Bradley Jomard, MIT (Sr., G – Paris, France)

In a 2-0 week for the No. 12 ranked Engineers, Jomard nearly averaged a triple-double with 24.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 8.5 assists per game while shooting 45.2 percent from the field and adding four steals. Jomard poured in 24 points and 10 assists against Springfield, before adding 25 points, shooting 54.5 percent from the floor, and 10 rebounds against Babson. 

 

 

NEWMAC Men's Basketball Defensive Athlete of the Week

Reid Walker, WPI (So., F – Lithia, Fla.)

Bolstered by 19 points at Clark, Walker averaged 12.5 points and 8.5 rebounds to go with seven assists, six steals and three blocks in a 2-0 week. After notching four steals against Emerson, Walker registered two steals and three blocks versus the Cougars. 

 

 

NEWMAC Women's Basketball Offensive Athlete of the Week

Katherine Tamulionis, Babson (Jr., G – Foxboro, Mass.)

Tamulionis scored 22 points on 6-of-9 shooting to go along with five rebounds in Babson's 74-64 win at Springfield to take over first place in the conference standings on Saturday. The junior guard scored seven first-quarter points and erupted for 13 points in the fourth to help put away the Pride, which had trimmed a 20-point deficit down to five. 

 

 

NEWMAC Women's Basketball Defensive Athlete of the Week

Téa Spellacy, Babson (Sr., G – Belchertown, Mass.)

Spellacy came up with a career-high five steals to go along with three rebounds and nine points in Saturday's 74-64 win at Springfield. The senior guard came up with four pilfers in the opening half as the Beavers built a 20-point lead on their way to taking over first place in the NEWMAC standings.