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  • April 23, 2016

    Knights Blank Scots, Move to 8-1 in MIAC

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team got back in the win column on Saturday, posting a 9-0 result in a road match against Macalester College. The Knights did not look back after grabbing the early lead by sweeping the three doubles matches each by the score of 8-0.

  • April 22, 2016

    Tommies Hand Knights First MIAC Loss

    After falling behind in doubles, the Carleton College women’s tennis team dug out of that hole but eventually dropped a 5-4 decision to the University of St. Thomas. This was the Knights’ first conference loss of the season.

  • April 17, 2016

    Knights Keep Rolling with 9-0 Win at St. Ben’s

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team won its third match of the weekend and improved to 7-0 in conference action as the Knights recorded a decisive 9-0 road win at College of Saint Benedict. It was Carleton’s third victory of the weekend.

  • April 16, 2016

    Knights Win Again, Knock Off Norse

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team won for the second time in as many days, this time dispatching of non-conference opponent Luther College by an 8-1 tally.

  • April 15, 2016

    Knights Best Oles to Stay Unbeaten in MIAC Play

    When the Carleton College women’s tennis team hosted St. Olaf College on Friday, it was more than just a matchup of crosstown rivals. The teams are each regionally ranked—the Knights No. 13 and the Oles at No. 20—and both entered the match undefeated in MIAC action. Carleton left with its conference record unblemished after posting a 9-0 triumph.

  • April 2, 2016

    Knights Return Home, Cruise to 9-0 Win Over Concordia

    It had been nearly a month since the Carleton College women’s tennis team last played a match close to campus and more than week since the team played an opponent during Spring Break, but the Knights look right at home and showed no signs of rust as the team cruised to a 9-0 victory over Concordia College-Moorhead. Caitlin Shea, Julia Krumholz, and Caroline Greenberg did not surrender a game as each won in both singles and doubles.