- May 17, 2013
In conjunction with Carleton’s annual Honors Convocation, the Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation (P.E.A.R.) Department announced its annual senior awards. Sophie Pilhofer and Jessa Youso received the Pat Lamb Award. Megan Morrison and Sarah Nielsen are the recipients of the Ele Hansen Award. CJ Dale was honored with the Mel Taube Award, while Erik Klontz was given the Warren L. Beson Memorial Award.
- May 3, 2013
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) recently announced the members of the 2013 NFF Hampshire Honor Society and six Knights made the list. The Carleton seniors that received this honor are Paul Hoffer, Caleb Hyde, Pete McNeely, Max Timm, DJ Turner, and Andy Zweber.
- December 31, 2012
It seems like everyone and their dog comes out with some sort of year-end list, so Knights Online feels obligated to follow the crowd. This isn’t necessarily a list of the most popular stories on the website because you won’t find a single coaching change on this list…that’s too easy. Instead, just in time to ring in the New Year, here are the top-10 storylines—the things that caught our attention—on Knights Online during the last 12 months.
- December 7, 2012
Two members of the Carleton College football team are not quite ready to hang up the helmet and shoulder pads as seniors Paul Hoffer and Mike Elder were selected to play in a pair of showcase games this weekend.
- December 7, 2012
Carleton College safety Mike Elder was named to the 2012 All-West Region Team as announced by D3football.com. Elder is a third-team selection and is the ninth Knight tabbed for an All-Region award over the last five seasons.
- December 3, 2012
Carleton College athletic director Gerald Young has named Bob Pagel as the College’s head football coach, after Pagel served as interim head coach this past season. He completed his eighth season on the coaching staff this past fall and is the 17th head coach in Carleton football history. Pagel will also serve as an assistant professor in the Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation (PEAR) Department, as well as the Knights’ defensive coordinator.