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.
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.
Long before football was on his radar, Omar Reyes, a junior IR/political science major, aspired to be a professional baseball player.
ST PAUL, Minn-- A trio of Carleton College volleyball student-athletes received individual recognition from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC).
Carleton’s men’s and women’s soccer teams both ended their seasons in hard-fought defeats on Wednesday in the MIAC semifinals.
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.
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.
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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.
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
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.
The Carleton College football team made its longest road trip of the season, playing at national No. 23 Concordia College.