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  • April 24, 2016

    Knights Turn in Top Scores at Saint John’s Spring Invite

    Four of the five Knights in the lineup turned in their best rounds of the year, while the other, senior Brian Herlihy, posted the second-best 54-hole score of his career as the Carleton College men’s golf team took part in the two-day, 54-hole Saint John’s Spring Invitational.

  • April 18, 2016

    Short-handed Knights Finish 13th at Bobby Krig Invite

    Injuries and academic conflicts left the Carleton College men’s golf team playing with only four players over the final two rounds of the Bobby Krig Invitational rather than the typical five-person lineup. The Knights placed 13th at the 54-hole event hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College.

  • April 10, 2016

    Knights Finish 10th At Augsburg Spring Invite

    The Carleton College men’s golf team was no match for the wind, cold, and even snow on the Pebble Creek Golf Course this weekend. Although the Knights trimmed 12 strokes off their team score from Saturday to Sunday, Carleton could not move up in the standings.

  • October 5, 2015

    Knights Finish Eighth at MIAC Championships

    The Carleton College men’s golf team finished eighth at the MIAC Championships, concluding the 54-hole tournament with a team score of 951 shots. The Knights improved their score in each round, in contrast to conference team champion Augsburg College that saw its shot total increase each day.

  • October 2, 2015

    MIAC Men’s Golf Championship Preview

    The Carleton College men’s golf team will tee it up at the MIAC Championships from Oct. 3-5 at Bunker Hills Golf Club. The Knights will be looking to build upon last year’s seventh-place finish in the team competition. That matched Carleton’s best placement since the championships switched to a 54-hole format in 2006.

  • September 28, 2015

    Twin Cities Classic Serves as Knights' Final Tune Up for Conference Tourney

    The Carleton College men’s golf team finished 17th at the Twin Cities Classic, a result not too surprising given that this was the first collegiate tournament for three of the five players in the Knights’ lineup.