- July 29, 2016
Throughout her stellar four-year career as a member of Carleton College's cross country and track and field teams, Ruth Steinke ’16 accumulated numerous Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) championships and All-American honors while also excelling in the classroom and in the community. This week, it was announced that Steinke would cap her Knights career with one more prestigious honor as she was named the MIAC's nominee for the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
- January 26, 2016
The MIAC saw its total of Fall Academic All-Conference honorees rise for the fourth-straight year with its new record total of 360, which bettered 2014's previous record of 356. 35 athletes from Carleton were honored to help set this new record.
- December 31, 2015
Knights Online looks back at some of the top storylines from 2015. With 20 varsity sports, our panel of judges couldn't fit everything into our top-10 list, but we think you'll enjoy this stroll down memory lane...and get excited about the prospects of what might happen in 2016. Happy New Year!
- November 21, 2015
Ruth Steinke senior placed fifth at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships and repeated as an All-American. She became just the second runner in the history of Carleton College women’s cross country to earn multiple All-America awards. Today, she led the Knights to a 17th-place finish in the team competition.
- November 19, 2015
Both the Carleton College men’s and women’s cross country teams will be represented at the 2015 NCAA National Championships this Saturday, Nov. 21. The women’s team earned an automatic bid to nationals after finishing second at the NCAA Central Region Championships last weekend. On the men’s side, seniors Hart Hornor and Jonah Barry were individual qualifiers after ranking among the region’s top seven performers not on a team going to the national championship meet.
- November 14, 2015
The impressive season continued for the nationally-ranked Carleton College women’s cross country team at the NCAA Central Region Championships on Saturday. Led by Ruth Steinke successfully defending her regional championship title, the Knights narrowly finished in second place behind St. Thomas at the NCAA Central Regional Championships. That result guarantees the Knights a return trip to next weekend’s NCAA National Championships.