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  • Relievers shut out Scots for first sweep this season (Login Required)

    The Carleton College baseball team held its home opener on Saturday and remained atop the MIAC standings following a pair of thrilling come-from-behind victories over visiting Macalester College.

  • Freshmen Jerry Cook Gallardo has had tremendous success.

    Gallardo continues success with MIAC honors (Login Required)

    The freshman posted the MIAC’s top two times in the 800-meter run this season with a pair of top three finishes, and he also helped two Knight relay teams finish in the top three, all in a two-day span.

  • Softball Opens Season in Dramatic Fashion (Login Required)

    After an attempted comeback came up short in the opening game of the day, the Carleton College softball team earned a walk-off victory in game two as the Knights split their home doubleheader against Macalester College, 2-3 and 7-6 (10 innings).

  • Moede earns MIAC honor (Login Required)

    Carleton cruised to a win over North Central (Ill.), and was led by Kelsey Moede (Lake Oswego, Ore./Lake Oswego) who shared medalist honors with her best round of the 2014-15 season.

  • Saint Cloud St. hands Knights first loss this Season (Login Required)

    The Knights battled throughout the evening against their nationally-ranked opponents but absorbed Carleton’s first setback of the season, falling 6-3.

  • Knights first to the line five times, good for a win (Login Required)

    Colby Seyferth (Sr./Banks, Ore./ Banks) was first to the line twice on Friday night as the Carleton College men’s indoor track and field team won five events at the Ole Open Qualifier.

  • Records fall at Ole Open (Login Required)

    The men’s team finished 3rd at the MIAC championships while the women’s placed 4th.

  • Men’s tennis: “This team is as unstoppable as Kanye West” (Login Required)

    The Carleton College men’s tennis team just keeps on winning. The Knights overcame an early doubles deficit to post the 5-4 triumph over University of St. Thomas.

  • Softball opens season with .500 before Florida trip (Login Required)

    To say that Micaela LaRose (Sr./Waconia, Minn./Holy Family) had a spectacular first day of the 2015 softball season would be an understatement.

  • Tennis takes first loss against D1 Uni of Minni (Login Required)

    For the seventh time in the last eight seasons, the Carleton College women’s tennis team has had the opportunity to play two levels up as the Knights test themselves against the University of Minnesota, a nationally-ranked NCAA Division I program.

  • Top of the Class (Login Required)

    NORTHFIELD, Minn. — Jack Atterberry (So./Chatham, Ill./ Glenwood) became the most recent Carleton College baseball player tabbed for the D3baseball. com national team-of-the-week as the Knights’ second basemen hit .474 during the squad’s weekend trip to Texas.

  • Damali Britton competes in the triple jump at the University of minnesota Parents Day open.

    Women’s track: “Tremendous efforts and results” (Login Required)

    Ellie Wilson (Sr./Roseville, Minn./Roseville) took command of the 400-meter dash from the start and posted the winning time with a season-best 58.82 at the University of Minnesota’s Parents Day Open.