- February 21, 2015
The Carleton College men’s track and field team split up the squad for the second-to-last regular-season meet, taking a large contingent across town to St. Olaf’s Tostrud Open where the Knights won four events, in addition to sending the distance medley relay to UW-Stevens Point.
- February 18, 2015
Breaking a school record felt so nice, Carleton College's Jerry Cook-Gallardo decided to do it twice. The Knights freshman continued his breakout rookie season last week by winning the 800-meter run at two different meets on consecutive days and set a new school record each time out. He also helped a Carleton relay team run to victory. For his record-breaking performances, the MIAC honored Cook-Gallardo Wednesday with the conference’s Men's Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Week.
- February 14, 2015
For the second time in as many days, first-year Jerry Cook-Gallardo established a new Carleton College men’s indoor track and field team record for the 800-meter dash. This time he bettered the mark while racing in front of his friends and classmates at the Kelly Family Meet of the Hearts held at the Recreation Center.
- February 13, 2015
Jerry Cook-Gallardo won the 800-meter run at the UST Showcase and did so in record-breaking fashion. The rookie posted a time of 1:54.06 to establish a new Carleton College men’s indoor track and field mark.
- February 11, 2015
Carleton College senior Colby Seyferth continued his strong start to the 2015 season with another tremendous performance last Saturdayagainst a competitive field at the Wartburg (Iowa) Select meet. Seyferth won one individual event, helped a relay team finish second and added two other impressive individual results with personal bests in all three of his individual events. For his performance, Seyferth received his second MIAC Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Week award of the season.
- February 7, 2015
The Carleton College men’s track and field team took part in the Wartburg College Indoor Select meet, facing a talented field that included a trio of nationally-rank squads—No. 6 Central (Iowa) College, No. 18 UW-Platteville, No. 19 Wartburg—in addition to MIAC power University of St. Thomas. The Knights finished fourth out of six teams.