- March 16, 2015
Following a spectacular all-around season, Carleton College forward Kevin Grow was named D3hoops.com West Region Rookie of the Year. Grow becomes the eighth Carleton men’s basketball player to earn D3hoops.com all-region recognition, and is the first ever Knight to earn Rookie of the Year honors.
- March 6, 2015
The ability to impact the game at both ends of the court earned Carleton College senior Shane McSparron a spot on both the 2014-15 MIAC Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team and the All-Defensive Team. The conference coaches also voted Carleton’s rookie forward Kevin Grow to the MIAC’s All-First Year Team.
- February 21, 2015
Saturday’s season finale loss at Bethel University closed one chapter for the Carleton College men’s basketball team and gave a further glimpse into the program’s future. Senior Shane McSparron capped his collegiate career with a 17-point effort in the 64-60 setback, while rookie Kevin Grow posted his eighth double-double of the year as he recorded career- and game-highs of 20 points and 16 rebounds.
- February 18, 2015
The most potent scoring option as of late for the Carleton College men’s basketball team is not a member of the starting lineup. Tianen Chen scored his season-high 22 points off the bench to spark the Knights to a 75-59 victory over Saint Mary’s University. Tonight's effort come on the heels of his game-high 18 points in Monday's victory.
- February 16, 2015
Led by sophomore Tianen Chen, who poured in a game-high 18 points, the reserves for the Knights provided a boost as the Carleton College men’s basketball team rallied for a come-from-behind 51-49 victory over Concordia College. Chen was 7-of-10 from the field, 4-of-6 at the charity stripe, and pulled down a team-best seven rebounds.
- February 14, 2015
Kevin Grow matched his season highs with 14 points and 12 rebounds in posting the seventh double-double of his rookie season. That performance was not nearly enough, however, as the Carleton College men’s basketball team shot only 25.9 percent in dropping a 69-45 decision at Saint John’s University.