- December 4, 2013
Carleton is ranked 20th in the final Golf World/Women’s Golf Coaches Association’s Division III coaches poll of the fall season. The Knights are one of three ranked conference schools. The Knights, who finished second by one shot at the MIAC Championships in October, are also ranked second in the initial NCAA Midwest Region rankings. The NCAA rankings are used to select teams to the NCAA Championships after the conclusion of the spring season.
- October 10, 2013
After finishing first at the MIAC Women’s Golf Championship and leading the Knights to a second-place finish, Shannon Holden received MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week.
- October 7, 2013
One shot. That’s all that separated Carleton from its first MIAC Championships title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. And despite having the tournament medalist in Shannon Holden, shooting a sizzling final-round 316 and posting the third-lowest 54-hole total in conference tournament history, the 19th-ranked Knights fell just shy of capturing the conference crown, posting a team score of 952 to the University of St. Thomas’ 951. Kelsey Moede (6th), Grace Gilmore (7th) and Geraldine Tellbuescher (T10th) joined Holden on the All-Championship squad.
- October 6, 2013
Shannon Holden posted a second consecutive five-over par 77, moving into a tie for the individual lead, while No. 19 Carleton used a second consecutive 318 to move into the lead at the 2013 MIAC Championships. The Knights, at 636, lead No. 13 St. Thomas by a single shot. The 36-hole total is a new school record and the second-lowest 36-hole total in MIAC Championships history. Grace Gilmore and Kelsey Moede are tied for seventh at 159, as Gilmore posted a second-round 79 while Moede added an 80. Geraldine Tellbuescher posted an 82 and is 14th at 164.
- October 5, 2013
Shannon Holden fired a five-over par 77 and No. 19 Carleton opened the 2013 MIAC Championships on the right foot, posting a season-best 318 team score to sit second after the first round. The top of the team leaderboard is tight, with unranked St. Benedict leading the chase at 317, followed by the Knights. Defending champion St. Olaf tallied its best round of the season and sits third at 319. No. 13 St. Thomas and No. 16 Gustavus Adolphus are tied for fourth at 320. Kelsey Moede opened with a solid 79, while Grace Gilmore added an 80. Geraldine Tellbuescher posted an 82 to round out Carleton’s scoring players.
- September 26, 2013
Carleton moved up five spots to 19th in the latest Golf World/WGCA Division III College Women’s Coaches’ Poll. The Knights, who opened the season ranked 24th, have recorded a pair of runner-up finishes and one third-place finish in four tournaments in the fall portion of their 2013-14 season. Defending national champion Mary Hardin-Baylor retained the top spot. Joining it in the top five is Methodist, Texas-Tyler, DePauw and Washington University (St. Louis). Two other MIAC teams are ranked, as St. Thomas is 13th and Gustavus Adolphus 16th.