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  • September 17, 2014

    Brandt Davis named to Team-of-the-Week

    Brandt Davis turned in one of the better performances by a MIAC placekicker in recent years and was recognized as the conference’s Special Team Athlete-of-the-Week. Now the sophomore has secured another honor as he was selected to the national Team-of-the-Week.

  • September 15, 2014

    Brandt Davis recognized as MIAC Special Teams Athlete-of-the-Week

    The Carleton football team scored its first victory of the season Saturday with a 40-14 win over Knox, and the leg of kicker Brandt Davis was a big factor in the victory. The Knights sophomore sent all six of his attempts through the uprights and played a huge role in the field-position game with his kickoffs. For his performance, Davis was honored Monday as the MIAC Football Special Teams Player-of-the-Week award.

  • September 13, 2014

    Madden, Knights torch Knox for run-away win

    After a tough road loss last week, the Carleton College football team got off to a great start in its home opener, putting points on the scoreboard with each of its first five possessions en route to a 40-14 win over Knox College.

  • September 6, 2014

    Knights unable to renew possession of Book of Knowledge

    Despite scoring two touchdowns in the second half, the Carleton Knights (0-1) dropped their season opener, 17-14, to Macalester College (1-0) on a last-second 37-yard field goal. Senior Colby Seyferth paced the Knights offense with six catches for 114 yards and a touchdown in his first game action since 2011.

  • August 29, 2014

    2014 Season Preview

    The Carleton College football team is coming off its best season in five years, and a young squad will be looking to continue that momentum in 2014.

  • July 7, 2014

    Swimming accident claims the life of De’Angelo Williams ’12

    The Carleton College community mourns the death of De’Angelo Williams ’12, who tragically drowned in a swimming accident on a western Wisconsin lake on Sunday, July 6.Williams, 24, was a political science and international relations major. He was also a three-year starter on the Knights football team, accumulating 74 tackles in 28 games to go along with five interceptions.