- April 26, 2015
The Carleton College baseball team has embarked on a nine-game road trip to conclude the regular season, and the journey started well for the Knights, who swept host Minnesota-Morris on Sunday by scores of 12-5 and 7-3. The biggest key for Carleton was the performances turned in by its young pitchers. The Knights yielded only three earned runs on the day while watching upperclassmen account for only one of the 14.0 innings pitched.
- April 25, 2015
On Saturday, the Carleton College baseball team honored the three seniors on the roster but were not able to celebrate with a victory as visiting Saint Mary’s University jumped out to big leads in both games en route to a sweep by scores of 17-3 and 13-3.
- April 23, 2015
Carleton College and Hamline University locked in an epic midweek scoring battle, with the visiting Pipers winning the opener, 18-12, while the Knights erased a six-run deficit—thanks to a 14-run sixth inning—and earned a split with a 19-11 triumph in game two, a contest suspended due to darkness and finished the next day.
- April 20, 2015
Carleton College rookie pitcher Alec Lawler continued his breakout season on the mound with two near-perfect performances last week. Lawler didn't allow a run, going 1-0 and recording 8.0 scoreless innings, with six strikeouts against just three hits and three walks. For his performance, Lawler was honored Monday with his first MIAC Baseball Pitcher-of-the-Week award.
- April 18, 2015
After letting a big lead slip away in game one, the Carleton College baseball team tried to erase a four-run deficit in game two but ended up dropping both ends of a doubleheader at Saint John’s University, 7-5 and 5-4. The results slip the Knights (10-16, 6-4 MIAC) into a tie for fourth place in the MIAC standings.
- April 15, 2015
A three-run homer by sophomore Willie Freimuth in the bottom of the third marked the start of what would prove to be a productive day on offense for the Knights, as the Carleton College baseball team swept its home doubleheader against Gustavus Adolphus College, 7-1 and 6-0.