- February 27, 2015
The Carleton College women’s indoor track and field team closed the regular season in style as the Knights eclipsed a pair of school records while competing at the Ole Open Qualifier. Sophomore Zoe Peterson bettered the previous standard in the triple jump, and Carleton’s entry in the distance medley relay broke the program standard established a year ago at this same meet.
- February 21, 2015
Senior Ellie Wilson took command of the 400-meter dash from the start and posted the winning time with a season-best 58.82 at the University of Minnesota’s Parents Day Open. The meet provides tough competition for the Carleton College women’s indoor track and field team as they face student-athletes from the NCAA Division I, II, and III levels.
- February 18, 2015
The Carleton College women's track and field team embraced the Valentine's Day spirit and finished second as a team at their Kelly Family Meet of the Hearts Saturday in Northfield. Rookie jumper Damali Britton played a huge part in the Knights' success with a pair of top-two finishes, and she tied one school record in the process. For her performance, Britton was honored with the MIAC Women's Indoor Field Athlete-of-the-Week award.
- February 14, 2015
The Carleton College women’s track and field squad hosted its last home meet of the indoor season, and the Knights won five events in finishing second in the team competition at the Kelly Family Meet of the Hearts.
- February 14, 2015
Sophomores Emma Grisanzio and Zoe Peterson competed in their first multi-event competition as the duo took part in the pentathlon at the Meet of the Hearts. Grisanzio finished third overall and Peterson steadily climbed the standings to take fifth place.
- February 7, 2015
The Carleton College women’s track and field team headed south to compete at the Wartburg College Indoor Select meet. In addition to the Knights, the field includes some of the top teams in the nation, including No. 1 UW-La Crosse, No. 6 Wartburg, and No. 11 UW-Platteville as well as MIAC power University of St. Thomas. Carleton finished sixth out of eight teams.