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  • A placard image for media work General: CAI Thank You, Oct 19, 2013
    Created 19 October 2013; Published 23 October 2013
    CAI Thank You Message

    Thank you message to CAI from athletic director Gerald Young and various club and varsity athletic teams.

  • A placard image for media work Laird Stadium Renovation Complete
    Created 13 March 2013; Published 13 March 2013
    Laird Stadium Renovation Complete

    After flood waters destroyed Carleton's Laird Stadium, donors stepped forward to help renovate the space, making the facility a new centerpiece for Carleton Athletics. Head football coach Bob Pagel and women's track and field coach Donna Ricks share their reaction to the renovated spaces and the impact it will have on their program.

  • A placard image for media work Erik Klontz, Men's Swimming and Diving Profile, 3/14/13
    Created 14 March 2013; Published 14 March 2013
    Erik Klontz, The Fastest Man in the MIAC

    Swimming sprint star Erik Klontz '13 talks about his record-setting performance at the conference meet, being a team captain and his experience as a Ted Mullin intern in cancer research at the University of Chicago.

  • Created 26 September 2010; Published 11 August 2011
    Cannon River Flooding

    Video of damage caused to Carleton's athletic facilities in the Cannon River flooding of fall 2010.

  • Soccer team
    Published 5 February 2010
    Women's Soccer Road Trip

    Leigh-Anne Borkowski '11 documents the life of Carleton student athletes as the women's soccer team travels four hours to face Concordia in a thrilling MIAC Playoff final.

  • Climbing cave
    Published 5 February 2010
    Rock Climbing at Carleton

    At least one person in this video seems to be exempt from the law of gravity. Leigh-Anne Borkowski '11 presents a look at Carleton's climbing wall and bouldering cave.

  • Alexander sisters
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 10 December 2009
    Meet the Alexander Sisters

    For the three Alexander sisters, competitive swimming is a family tradition. So is Carleton.

  • Tennis action
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 16 February 2010
    Tennis, the "civilized violent game"

    Daniel Vollman '12 and men's tennis coach Professor Stephan Zweifel reflect on how both tennis and Carleton academics build confidence and push you to stretch your limits.

  • Women's Golf team
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 10 December 2009
    Women's Golf: Thanks for Chipping In

    Members of the Carleton women's golf team offer their thanks to all those who support Carleton athletics.

  • Basketball
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 12 February 2010
    100 Years of Carleton Basketball

    A photo slideshow celebrating 100 years of Carleton College varsity basketball.

  • Broomball
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 5 February 2010
    Broomball

    Kaitlin Randolph '12 offers a look at broomball, the king of winter sports at Carleton. In the words of Henry Spruth '12, "It's the sport that everyone's equally bad at. No matter whether you're a varsity athlete or you don't run at all, you're going to be bad at broomball."

  • Women's Soccer
    Created 16 February 2010; Published 2 March 2010
    Varsity Women's Soccer

    Soccer forward Marlena Hartman-Filson '13 and head coach Keren Gudeman talk about the team bonding that takes place on and off the soccer field.

  • Simone Childs-Walker '12
    Created 1 June 2011; Published 8 June 2011
    A winning year, a lost track

    Women's track & field star Simone Childs-Walker '12 talks about her incredible year--and the Carleton track destroyed by fall floods.

  • Nordic skiers
    Published 5 February 2010
    24 Hours of Nordic Skiing

    On a frigid January weekend, members of Carleton's Nordic Skiing Club traveled to Telemark  Resort in Cable, WI, for an annual 24-hour cross country ski race called The 24 Hours of Telemark, or 24T. Anna Swanson '12 was there, and created this video profile of the event.

  • A placard image for media work 5K for Hope, 5/11/13
    Created 11 May 2013; Published 24 May 2013
    5K for Hope, 5/11/13

    Carleton hosted the “5K for Hope,” a fun run/walk on Saturday, May 11 in the Cowling Arboretum, with proceeds benefiting The Hope Center, whose mission is to create zero tolerance for sexual and domestic violence through Healing, Outreach, Prevention and Education. The Hope Center is located in Faribault, Minn., and serves all of Rice County.

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