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2011 Spring Issue 4 (April 29, 2011)

Sports

  • Sarah Thappa

    No. 20 Women’s Tennis cruises past Grinnell

    The Knights, not the Grinnell College Pioneers, were the team paving the way this weekend as the Carleton women’s tennis defeated Grinnell solidly, 9-0, last Saturday. While no team member even lost a set, Sarah Thappa ’12 blazed through her matches with a sound 6-3, 6-0 victory in singles and an 8-1 victory in doubles with partner Katherine Greenberg ’14.

  • Men's Lacrosse

    Men playoff-bound, face Olaf tonight

    The 3-6 Carleton Men’s Lacrosse season kicked off in February, with the team travelling to Augsburg to play in a dome against St. John’s. The Knights play St. Olaf tonight.

  • Women's Lacrosse

    Women end strong after tough winter

    Carleton’s women’s lacrosse squad ended their season Thursday, April 14 in a disappointing home loss to their cross-town rival St. Olaf, 12-6. The Knights came out strong in the second half but were unable to recover despite the motivating presence of Stevie P. in the stands. 

  • Marcus Huderle '14

    Huderle, Flynn set PRs in Men’s 1500

    On Thursday, April 21, Carleton sent most of its men’s track and field team to the Capitol City Championship hosted by Hamline in St. Paul. For the second straight week, inclement weather threatened to disrupt the meet, but the winds died down enough to allow several Carleton athletes to enjoy huge performances.The Knights were back in action on Thursday at the Macalester Twilight.

  • Milana Socha

    Childs-Walker, Lovett win for women

    Wondering what happened to the women’s track team when no article was published last week?  It so happens that it snowed last Friday and the competition at St. Olaf was canceled.

  • Jim Klein

    Mac sweeps Baseball

    Lousy weather continues to be the bane of Knights baseball, which, along with a plethora of on-the-field miscues, have collectively made for a tough slog of a season.  The familiar mix of errors, wild pitches, and a lack of timely hitting all contributed to Carleton’s defeats on Monday, when the team faced off against the Macalester Scots to observe Senior Day.

  • Softball

    Softball set for busy week

    Due to rainy weather over the past two weeks, the Carleton softball team has a jam-packed schedule for their last week of regular MIAC season play. The team will play four doubleheaders in the next five days. The Knights will take on the College of Saint Benedict Blazers today in St. Cloud then return to Northfield to play St. Olaf College on Friday afternoon.

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