- 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.
- September 10, 2014
Another week, another win, another record, and another conference honor for the Carleton women's golf team. This time it was Geraldine Tellbuescher leading her team in an all-around record-setting performance.
- September 7, 2014
Shannon Holden fired a career-best one-over par 73, Geraldine Tellbuescher broke the 36-hole school record, and Carleton won its fourth straight event by posting a school record final-round 300 team score at the Wartburg Invitational. The Knights’ 604 total bested the school record set a week ago. Tellbuescher finished second; Holden and Kelsey Moede tied for fifth and Taylor Wells and Grace Gilmore tied for ninth.
- September 6, 2014
Geraldine Tellbuescher fired a career-low one-over par 73, missing the Carleton school record by one shot, as the Knights posted a sizzling 304 team score at the Wartburg Invitational’s first round. The team score, a new school record by six shots, stakes the Knights to a five-shot lead over St. Thomas (309) and seven over UW-Eau Claire (311). Kelsey Moede notched her second straight three-over par 75, while Grace Gilmore rebounded with a five-over par 77. Tellbuescher is solo second, Moede is solo fourth, and Gilmore is tied for sixth.
- 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.