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Previous seasons

Year Overall Conf
2017 7-3, 5-2 NEWMAC
2016 3-7, 3-4 NEFC
2015 2-8, 2-5 NEFC
2014 10-1, 7-0 NEFC
2013 6-3, 4-3 NEFC
2012 5-4, 4-4 NEFC Boyd
2011 2-7, 1-7 NEFC Boyd
2010 1-8, 0-7 NEFC Boyd
2009 1-8, 1-6 NEFC Boyd
2008 5-5, 3-4 NEFC Boyd
2007 2-7, 2-5 NEFC Boyd
2006 2-7, 1-6 NEFC Boyd
2005 3-6, 2-4 NEFC Boyd
2004 2-7, 0-6 NEFC Boyd
2003 3-6, 1-5 NEFC Boyd
2002 4-5, 2-3 NEFC Boyd
2001 1-8, 0-5 NEFC Boyd
2000 4-5, 3-3 NEFC Boyd
1999 6-4, 4-2 NEFC Boyd
1998 1-8, 1-5 NEFC Boyd

Team Info



Enrollment: 4105
Location: Cambridge, MA
Colors: Cardinal Red
Stadium: Steinbrenner Field (1600)
Surface: Turf

News Releases

January 23, 2018 Martinovich named head coach at Rochester After nine years leading the Massachusetts Institute of Technology football program to unprecedented success, Chad Martinovich will take over as the new head football coach at the University of Rochester.
August 30, 2016 New England conferences team up for bowl series The ECFC, MASCAC, NEFC and NEWMAC will be pulling out of the ECAC's postseason bowls and creating their own postseason game this season.
September 29, 2015 Catholic jumping to NEWMAC Catholic University, whose move to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference in 1999 was the first move by a conference seeking an automatic bid in football, will move to another one in 2017 when the NEWMAC opens shop.
April 8, 2015 New shuffle begins as NEWMAC adds football The NEWMAC, which sponsors a wide range of Division III sports, is bringing its football teams home, which is likely to set off a new set of falling dominoes in Division III's East Region.
November 22, 2014 Wesley bracket: Kodossou goes off, MIT moves on MIT defeated Husson in overtime to win the New England geography bowl, while Hobart scored in the closing seconds to beat Ithaca and Steve Kodossou had a first half for the ages in Wesley's win.
November 22, 2014 MIT Captures First NCAA Playoff Win With Overtime Thriller at Husson BANGOR, Maine – Trailing by three points with less than a minute to play, MIT got a game tying 38-yard field goal as time expired in regulation from sophomore Tucker Cheyne (Avon, Conn.), and then a spectacular TD catch by junior Seve Esparrago (St. Louis, Mo.) in overtime to pull out a thrilling, 27-20, win against host Husson University in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Division III Football Playoffs.