In 2012 the Wentworth men's lacrosse team adopted Thomas Archibald of Weymouth, MA, through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. Thomas suffers from nonketotic hyperglycemia, or NKH, a rare metabolic disorder that prevents the body from processing glycine as their bodies produce it. This can cause seizures or possible brain damage. Michael Lewis chronicles the team's work with Thomas over the last three and a half years. Click here to read the whole story.

Men's Basketball Holds on to Remain Unbeaten in CCC Play

Junior middle hitter Alex Potts (Niverville, NY) of Wentworth Institute of Technology men's volleyball team has been named the ECAC Division III North Region Player of the Week Jan 25-31, 2016.

Hockey team captures Salem State Invitational Title

The Boston Redevelopment Authority approved on Jan. 16 WIT's proposal to construct a new Sweeney Field Athletics Complex. Existing plans call for a 110,000-square-foot project at a cost of $30,000,000. Initial site work is due to begin this year.

Wentworth Womens Rugby | Cant Stop Wont Stop

Sweeney Field: The engineering behind Wentworth's state of-the-art turf playing field

The month of March allows those who give to WIT the chance to further support current varsity teams. A gift of any amount made between March 1 at 12:00 a.m. and March 31 at 11:59 p.m. counts toward a designated team’s total (one donation per person). 100% of each donation goes directly to that team’s program. The team with the most donor participation will win $1,000 to assist with team operations. All former and current student-athletes and family/friends of student-athletes may…

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