- April 19, 2015
Juniors Grace Gilmore and Mara Daly paced Carleton to a sixth-place finish at the Bethel Royal Invite at Deer Run Golf Club, as the Knights used the event to give its players outside the normal starting lineup some experience.
- April 13, 2015
The Carleton College women’s golf team stumbled for the first time this season, finishing 10th out of 19 teams at the Illinois Wesleyan Spring Fling. The Knights won their first six competitions of the 2014-15 campaign but finished the weekend with a total of 651 strokes, their worst 36-hole score since September 2013.
- April 2, 2015
The spectacular season continued for the seventh-ranked Carleton women's golf team, as the Knights opened the spring with a victory in the Battle at Bear Creek in Chandler, Ariz. Carleton cruised to a win over North Central (Ill.), and was led by Kelsey Moede who shared medalist honors with her best round of the 2014-15 season. For her performance, Moede was awarded with the first MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week award of the 2014-15 season.
- March 21, 2015
Kelsey Moede and Shannon Holden both fired five-over par 76, leading fourth-ranked Carleton to a 307 team score in winning the Battle at Bear Creek. Geraldine Tellbuescher added a 77, while Taylor Wells and Grace Gilmore posted identical 78s. The event was held at Chandler’s Bear Creek Golf Complex on the Bear Course.
- October 25, 2014
Carleton ranks first in two categories by BirdieFire and third in the latest Golfstat Relative rankings as the fall season comes to an end. The Knights are the top-ranked team in season points total and tournament win average by BirdieFire, and fourth in match win average. In the Golfstat rankings, used by the NCAA Women’s Golf Committee to select and seed the national tournament field, the Knights sit third after previously holding down the number one and two spots.
- 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.