- October 6, 2014
It was a day for the record books, and in the end the No. 2-ranked Carleton had its first MIAC title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. The Knights fired a school- and MIAC-record 299 final round score in setting a new MIAC Championships 54-hole record of 935, winning by a 21-shot margin. The Knights are believed to be the first MIAC women’s squad to ever break the 300 barrier. The Knights were paced by individual medalist Grace Gilmore, who posted a near-flawless final-round of one-over par 73, outlasting teammate Shannon Holden by a single shot at 15-over par 231. Geraldine Tellbuescher posted a final-round, four-over par 76 to end at 237 and in seventh place.
- October 5, 2014
Kelsey Moede matched her season best with a three-over par 75, and a back-nine birdie barrage lifted No. 2 Carleton to the lead after the second round of the 2014 MIAC Championships. The Knights recorded seven birdies among their four scoring players over the final nine holes on Saturday, reversing what had grown into an eight-shot deficit to a seven-shot advantage by the end of the day. The red numbers allowed the Knights to post the low round of the championship at 311, giving them a 636 two-day total. The Knights lead Bethel (643) and St. Thomas (647) heading into Monday’s final round.
- September 21, 2014
Taylor Wells fired a final-round three-over par 76 for her first collegiate win as all five Carleton players finished inside the top 10, propelling the Knights to a victory at the College City Challenge. Grace Gilmore (T9th) and Kelsey Moede (T7th) shot 77 and 78, respectively, in the final round, while sophomores Shannon Holden (T3rd) and Geraldine Tellbuescher (5th) rounded out Carleton's top-10 finishers.
- September 20, 2014
Taylor Wells and Shannon Holden fired six-over par 79s and find themselves tied for first place after the College City Challenge's first round. The Knights posted a 322 team score and lead St. Thomas (328) and Gustavus Adolphus (330). Geraldine Tellbuescher is tied for third, one shot back of first place.
- September 17, 2014
For the third time in as many weeks, a different member of the Carleton squad was honored as the MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week. This time, it was junior Grace Gilmore, who led the Knights to victory at the D3 Classic. Gilmore finished five shots ahead of the field for a convincing medalist performance and helped her team score a 10-shot win.
- September 14, 2014
Grace Gilmore fired a final-round 76, rolling in an eagle putt on the final hole to punctuate her second collegiate victory in leading Carleton to a 10-shot victory at its own D3 Classic. Gilmore played the final nine holes in one-under par as the Knights closed out St. Thomas for the team title. Carleton tallied rounds of 313-315—628 to end 10 shots ahead of the Tommies (311-327—638). Geraldine Tellbuescher was even par on the back nine and ended tied for sixth; Shannon Holden finished T11th; and Kelsey Moede ended T13th.