- August 31, 2014
Powered by a sizzling three-over par 75 by Kelsey Moede, Carleton posted a dominating final-round 310 to run away with the team title at the Georgianni Memorial Invitational. The Knights ended up with a school-record 628 total for the 36-hole event, winning by a whopping 23 shots. Carleton’s final-round total matched its school-record for a single round in relation to par, set at last year’s UW-Eau Claire Blugold Spring Invite. Geraldine Tellbuescher backed up Moede’s round with a 77, followed by Shannon Holden’s 78. Taylor Wells added an 80 to round out Carleton’s scoring players.
- August 30, 2014
Sophomore Shannon Holden shot a four-over par 77 and senior Taylor Wells added a 78 as Carleton College finds itself in second place after the Georgianni Memorial Invitational's first round.
- August 28, 2014
The Carleton College women's golf team returns a deep, talented lineup for 2014-15. The Knights won their last tee it up for the first time this season at the UW-Eau Claire Georgianni Memorial Invitational on Aug. 30-31.
- May 15, 2014
Shannon Holden has earned All-America honorable mention honors from the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA). Holden is Carleton’s first All-American in women’s golf. Three other Knights also earned all-region honors along with Holden, while head coach Eric Sieger has been named Midwest region coach of the year. The Knights were one of only two teams to place four players on their respective all-region squad.
- May 15, 2014
Carleton College women’s golfer Taylor Wells (Rochester, Minn./ Century) was recognized for her excellence in the classroom and in competition, as she was selected to the 2014 Academic All-District At-Large Team, as voted by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
- May 12, 2014
Carleton's entire starting five has earned All-MIAC honors, and Shannon Holden was named MIAC rookie of the year in post-season awards announced by the conference office today. Taylor Wells earned All-MIAC honors for the third time while Kelsey Moede did for the second straight season. Grace Gilmore and Geraldine Tellbuescher were first-time honorees. Head coach Eric Sieger also earned conference coach of the year awards for the second time in his career.