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  • Polk’s 19 Tackles Redeem Knights’ Senior-Day Rout

    It was Senior Day at Laird Stadium and the Carleton College football team recognized the 10 seniors on the roster during a special pre-game ceremony. Unfortunately, the national No. 23-ranked University of St. Thomas squad crashed the party as the Tommies prevailed in a lop-sided affair.

  • Steinke Blazes to the Finish

    On November 1st, junior Ruth Steinke won the Women’s Cross Country MIAC Championships to lead the Carleton women’s team to a repeat team title.

  • From the South Side to Northfield

    Long before football was on his radar, Omar Reyes, a junior IR/political science major, aspired to be a professional baseball player.

  • Volleyball Players Recognized

    ST PAUL, Minn-- A trio of Carleton College volleyball student-athletes received individual recognition from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC).

  • Men's Soccer Loses in Semis :(

    Soccer Falls Short in Semis

    Carleton’s men’s and women’s soccer teams both ended their seasons in hard-fought defeats on Wednesday in the MIAC semifinals.

  • Women's Soccer

    MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Knights (11- 4-4) have been in the MIAC Playoffs six times in the last nine seasons, and each trip to the conference tournament has seen Carleton play Concordia (13-3-3) at some point.

  • McGarrity blocks an attempted clearance by St. Thomas goalkeeper Mitchell Wolff

    McGarrity Sets Career Goals Record as Knights Top St. Thomas in Double OT

    NORTHFIELD, Minn. — With a flair for the dramatic, Branden McGarrity (Jr./ Glenview, Ill./Glenbrook South) broke the Carleton College men’s soccer career goals record when he tallied the double-overtime game-winner to lift the Knights to the 1-0 victory over visiting University of St. Thomas.

  • Brandon McGarrity '16

    McGarrity Makes History in Win (Login Required)

  • Lucy Stevens rises up for a slam on in the Carleton Triangular.

    Three Knights Earn MIAC Athlete of the Week Awards

    Cross Country runners Hart Horner and Ruth Steinke and Volleyball player Lucy Stevens made Carleton proud this past week as they earned MIAC Athlete of the Week awards.

  • Ellie Wilson fights past a Macalester defender in the Knights 2-1 loss Wednesday.

    Knights Fall 2-1 Against Scots

    NORTHFIELD, Minn. — The Carleton College women’s soccer team absorbed its first conference loss of the campaign, falling by a 2-1 tally to Macalester College

  • Volleyball Wins vs. Saint Kate’s

    Alicia Flatt (Sr./Walnut Creek, Calif./Carondelet) claimed a match-best 42 assists
    and added 15 digs to lead the Carleton College volleyball team in a four-set win (23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-19) over St. Catherine University Wednesday evening.

  • Carleton Football

    Football Drops to National #23

    The Carleton College football team made its longest road trip of the season, playing at national No. 23 Concordia College.