- March 17, 2014
Following a spectacular all-around senior season, Carleton College forward Taylor Hanson was named to the D3hoops.com All-West Region Third Team. Hanson becomes the seventh Carleton men’s basketball player to be named to the D3hoops.com all-region team, and is the 12th Carleton men’s basketball player selected to any All-Region squad, with that group accumulating a total of 18 such honors.
- March 6, 2014
Senior forward Taylor Hanson played at an all-conference level throughout the 2013-14 season, and that distinction was made official on Thursday when he was named to both the 2013-14 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team and the All-Defensive Team. The conference coaches also voted Carleton rookie Tianen Chen to the MIAC’s All-First Year Team, and Cameron Webb was selected to the All-Sportsmanship squad.
- February 22, 2014
The Carleton College men’s basketball program bid farewell to seniors Taylor Hanson and Cameron Webb on Senior Day at West Gymnasium. However, Hanson’s 18-point,11-rebound double-double performance was not enough to end the Knights season on a winning note, as they dropped a close contest to Macalester College by a final tally of 62-58.
- February 19, 2014
Despite Taylor Hanson’s 20-point performance—the eighth of his career with the Knights—the Carleton College men’s basketball team was eliminated from postseason contention with a 75-67 loss at Augsburg College.
- February 15, 2014
Despite a 20-point, nine-rebound, and six-assist performance from senior forward Taylor Hanson—his seventh career game with 20 or more tallies—the Carleton College men’s basketball team fell to the visitors from Saint John’s,74-67. Despite the loss, the Knights still have a path into the MIAC Playoffs: a Bethel loss to St. Olaf combined with Carleton wins in the final two games of the regular-season would send the Knights to the postseason.
- February 10, 2014
The post-season prospects for the Carleton College men’s basketball team took a hit with a 67-60 loss at Concordia College on Monday night. The defeat leaves the Knights two games out of the final playoff spot with only three games to play.