- June 21, 2016
The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its Winter/Spring 2015-16 Academic All-Conference honorees today, with Carleton College student-athletes earning distinction a school-record 60 times. To qualify for recognition, student-athletes must be a sophomore, junior, or senior, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.
- May 18, 2016
Earlier this week, first-year Anna Lauko was named to the all-conference team. Now the Carleton College outfielder picked up another athletic award as she was voted to the All-Midwest Region second team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). Lauko’s stellar rookie season led to her being the Knights’ first All-Region selection since 2000.
- May 16, 2016
Three members of the Carleton College softball team achieved All-MIAC status following the 2016 season. Sophomore catcher/infielder Molly Steinberg garnered her first All-MIAC selection and was joined on the all-conference team by first-year outfielder Anna Lauko. Sophomore infielder Corrie Lucchesi received All-MIAC Honorable Mention.
- May 2, 2016
In its final MIAC doubleheader of the season, the Carleton College softball team split a pair of road games against Bethel University. Both games ended with an 11-3 score. Sophomore Molly Steinberg went 7-for-7 on the day, including two doubles and four RBI. This was just the third time in the past 12 seasons that a Knight tallied at least seven hits in a single day’s work.
- April 30, 2016
It was Senior Day at Ele Hansen Field as the Carleton College softball team saluted the careers of its three seniors: Keelin Davis, Nicole Magats, and Emily Starr. Unfortunately, the Knights were not able to celebrate with a victory as visiting Gustavus Adolphus College left town with victories by scores of 5-2 and 8-2.
- April 27, 2016
The Carleton College softball team returned to action on Wednesday with a road doubleheader against the College of Saint Benedict. An early lead and late rally by the Knights fell just short in game one as they lost 4-3. In game two, an eight-run third inning propelled the Blazers to a 10-2 (6 inn.) triumph in the nightcap.