- November 27, 2013
Seniors Anthony Kemper and Brian Frett were two of the top receiving targets in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC). Both were recognized for their abilities when conference coaches voted them to the 2013 All-MIAC Second Team.
- November 18, 2013
The Carleton College football team trailed Augsburg by 21 in the third quarter, and still by 17 with just 7:30 to play, but the Knights pulled off the biggest Carleton comeback in at least 17 years by rallying for an amazing 49-45 victory. Star receiver Anthony Kemper led the way with more than 100 yards, countless big plays down the stretch, and the game-winning touchdown. For his role in the historic win, Kemper was named the final MIAC Football Offensive Player-of-the-Week for the 2013 season.
- November 16, 2013
In its final contest of the season, the Carleton College football team rattled off three consecutive scores and overcame a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat Augsburg College, 49-45. With the victory, the Knights sealed their first five-win season since 2008 when the squad posted a 7-3 record and came within a win of the MIAC championship.
- November 14, 2013
Senior football player Jack Reardon was featured in a Nov. 14 Star Tribune blog post. Reardon has overcome several injuries to finally break into the Knights starting lineup. Read the blog post here.
- November 11, 2013
Carleton College dropped a tough 34-19 game to Gustavus Adolphus on Saturday, but Knights' linebacker Mitch Heflin turned in an eye-catching defensive performance. The sophomore racked up the most total tackles and tackles-for-a-loss in the conference in Week 10 and made plays all over the field for the Carleton defense. For his performance, Heflin was named the MIAC Football Defensive Player-of-the-Week.
- November 9, 2013
In its final road contest of the season, the Carleton College football team racked up over 350 yards of total offense, but the Gustavus Adolphus College rushing attack proved to be too much to handle. The Knights (4-5, 2-5 MIAC) fell behind early and were unable to complete their comeback bid, dropping the game by a final score of 34-19.