MIT Women's Soccer

2006 Fact Sheet
Location: Cambridge, MA
Enrollment: 4,136 full-time undergraduates; 6,184 graduate students
Majors: 51 majors with a variety of concentrations and 45 minors
Athletics Web Site:
Team Run Web Site:
On-line Recruiting Form: Go to to register and fill out the on-line form.
Head Coach: Krista Fulton (Brown University ‘96, 2nd year)
Phone: (Office) 617-253-5274                           (Cell) 617-429-5584
Athletic Affiliations:
  • NCAA Division III
  • New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC)
  • Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)
  • Team Results:
  • 2005: Final Record 4-13, NEWMAC 2-7-0
  • 2004: Final Record 8-6-4, NEWMAC 4-3-2
  • 2003: Final Record 7-7-3, NEWMAC 2-5-2
  • 2002: Final Record 12-7-2, NEWMAC 5-2-2
  • 2001: Final Record 14-6, NEWMAC 8-4
  • Team Accomplishments:
  • The Engineers have finished third in the NEWMAC for two out of the last five years, including a third-place finish in 2004.
  • Qualified for post-season play two times
  • Two ECAC Tournament appearances (2001 & 2002)
  • NEWMAC Tournament finalist (2002)
  • NEW 8 Tournament Champions (1989)
  • Three Engineers have been selected First Team All-NEWMAC and seven have been selected Second Team All-NEWMAC
  • Eight players selected NSCAA/Adidas Division III All-New England
  • Two players selected New England Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Association honors
  • Two players named Adidas Intercollegiate Soccer Association Academic All-America Since 1987, 29 players have been selected for All-Conference honors and 16 have been selected for All-Academic honors.
  • Facilities: Games are played in Steinbrenner Stadium on the MIT campus.  This is a full size grass facility.  In addition, two grass practice fields are located on campus.
    Length of Season: Tryout/preseason period begins approximately August 20th.  After a 3-5 day tryout period, the team is selected.  Regular season games start the first weekend of September and run through the end of October.  Post-season play will run through mid-November.
    Time Commitment: For the preseason period, we practice twice per day with team meetings or activities in the evening.  Once classes start we practice from 5-7 pm on weeknights.  Each week in season we typically play 2 home games and travel to at least one away game per week.  Our longer trips are traditionally scheduled for Saturdays.  The overall time commitment is 20-25 hours per week including travel.
    Attendance: Attendance is required at all team practices, games, and scheduled events with allowances made for class and other academic conflicts.  All conflicts must be communicated to the head coach in advance.

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