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  • Three Knights named all-MIAC (Login Required)

    "Three members of the Carleton College baseball team earned All-MIAC distinction following the 2016 campaign. Senior catcher Hayden Tsutsui (Northridge, Calif./Chatsworth) closes his career with his fourth All-MIAC selection. Sophomore outfielder Griffin Bolte (Portland, Ore./Lincoln) and senior pitcher Jack Violetta (Green Bay, Wis./Bay Port) also picked up their first All-MIAC honors."

  • Carleton softball stars earn all-MIAC honors (Login Required)

    "Three members of the Carleton College softball team achieved All-MIAC status following the 2016 season. Sophomore catcher/infielder Molly Steinberg(Santa Monica, Calif./Harvard Westlake) garnered her first All-MIAC selection and was joined on the all-conference team by first-year outfielder Anna Lauko (Whitefish Bay, Wis./Whitefish Bay). Sophomore infielder Corrie Lucchesi (Chicago, Ill./Lane Tech) received All-MIAC Honorable Mention."

  • Are Division III sports too expensive? (Login Required)

    "Most players' parents pay for it....It’s not an insignificant amount of money for my family, but my parents pay for it and for that I’m thankful."

  • Men's tennis ties team record with six all-MIAC awards (Login Required)

    "Showcasing the depth of the Knights’ roster, the Carleton College men’s tennis team had six players named the All-MIAC squad."

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    Amelia Campbell, track senior spotlight (Login Required)

    "This is it. What I have is what I have. I am happy with what I can do with what I have right now, and I feel like I am building. These last few meets are there to allow me to show my gratitude to everyone who has supported me, and I am using my performances at these meets to do so."

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    Carleton women's tennis: four knights take home all-MIAC (Login Required)

    "Four members of the Carleton College women’s tennis team received All-MIAC recognition."

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    Should Carleton install artificial turf on its fields? (Login Required)

    "With so many other places across the country turning to turf, is it time for Carleton to do so as well? Should only some fields install artificial turf, if any at all?"

  • Is Jake Arrieta a one-year wonder? (Login Required)

    "In 2013, Arrieta was traded to the Chicago Cubs during the middle of the season. This was a change of scenery that proved to be the greatest move for his career, and for the Chicago Cubs organization. Chicago got a guy who had all the tools to becoming a great pitcher. But did they really believe he could be as good as he is now?"

  • Photo by Kayla Rudess.

    Basketball standout leaves for 3-2 program (Login Required)

    "Tianen is a perfect candidate. He is a very bright and hardworking young man who has done extremely well with his course work in the physics department."

  • The "Core Four" of senior women's soccer. Photo by Madeline Horn.

    Senior Spotlight: The "Core Four" (Login Required)

    "One group of senior student-athletes that are saying goodbye to Carleton this spring are the four seniors on Carleton’s Varsity Women’s Soccer Team. This group, self-proclaimed as the ‘Core Four,’ truly portrays a variety of interests and personalities on and off of the field."

  • Two Carleton sports broadcasters at the Knights baseball game vs. St. Johns. Photo by Geoffrey Mo.

    Are Carleton broadcasters ESPN material? (Login Required)

    Student broadcaster Henry Leidl said that his favorite parts about broadcasting are “getting to familiarize myself with each player’s game, really paying attention to their technique, their strengths/weaknesses, their tendencies, watch them grow as a player and in their role on the team, and really letting them know that people care about what they’re doing.”

  • Ruth Steinke '16 credits her success to her coach's adept training.

    Steinke runs into the record books (Login Required)

    To describe her immense love for running, Steinke quotes one of her favorite runners, Eric Liddell, in saying: “I feel his pleasure when I run. I feel God’s pleasure, and the joy […] of doing something that [He] created [me] to do and to love and to be good at; it’s just enjoyable on both ends.”