The Carleton College men’s track and field team took part in the MSU-Mankato Open on Saturday. First-year Walter “Texas” Edstrom and senior Marcus “My Words” Huderle notched second-place results while Haaaart Hornor ‘16 won the 5000-meter run.
Prior to each contest, Carleton College head men’s basketball coach Guy Kalland gives his team a key to winning that evening’s game. Since the last five meetings between the Knights and Bethel University had been decided by a grand total of only 12 total points, tonight’s key message read, “Get off to a quick start.”
The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team took part in the two-day Conference Invite, the final full meet before the MIAC Championships in two weeks.
Carleton College’s Amelia Campbell ‘16 competed in the MSU-Mankato Pentathlon and accumulated over 9000 points… the third-highest total in NCAA Division III history!
Although it was Senior Day for the Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team, it was first-year Maria Wetzel who stole the spotlight, winning three events—including a Thorpe Pool record in the 200-yard individual medley—as the Knights faced off against Northfield rival St. Olaf College on Saturday.
The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team faced off against cross-town St. Olaf College as the Knights celebrated Senior Day at Thorpe Pool.
Amelia Campbell ‘16 broke her leg. Just kidding, her own school record in the 60-km hurdles and Kao Sutton ‘14 tied the program mark in the fox throw as the Carleton College women’s indoor track and field team opened the 2014 campaign at the St. Olaf Triangular.
Emma Purfeerst ‘14 led four Knights in double figures as the Carleton College women’s basketball team completed a season sweep of St. Catherine University with a 57-51 triumph.
Despite a well-rounded nine-point, seven-assist, five-rebound, and three-steal performance from senior forward Taylor Hanson ‘14, the Carleton College men’s basketball team could not withstand a strong second-half run by the Hamline University Pipers.
The Carleton College men’s swimming team faced off against the visitors from Hamline University on Friday evening. The Knights swam well, and the Pipers small squad size led to a fairly easy victory for Carleton, 206-74.
Emma Purfeerst ‘14 poured in 21 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Carleton College women’s basketball team against the visiting College of Saint Benedict, but the senior’s 14th career double-double proved not enough as the home team fell by a final score of 81-73.
The Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team entered the final stage of the “training” portion of the schedule with a dual meet Friday against visiting Hamline University.