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  • The Carleton Women's Tennis Team.

    Women’s Tennis Tops Westminster, But Falls to #12 Univ. of Chicago in 2nd Round (Login Required)

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team got its third straight trip to the NCAA Championships and was off to a successful start with a convincing 5-0 first-round victory over Westminster College (Pa.).

  • Geraldine Tellbuescher ‘17 (left) Shannon Holden ‘17 (right)

    Women’s Golf Denied First NCAA Bid (Login Required)

    Despite being the top-ranked team in the NCAA’s Midwest region and finishing the season on the hot streak, the No. 17 Carleton College women’s golf team was left out of the mix when bids to the NCAA Championships were announced on Monday.

  • Carleton's senior baseball players.

    Yong Enters Record Books, Knights Narrowly Miss MIAC Playoffs (Login Required)

    The Carleton College baseball team celebrated the 10 seniors on the roster on Saturday. Despite dropping game one of the doubleheader against Concordia College by a score of 15-3, the Knights bounced back to earn a split with a 14-4 victory in game two of the twin bill.

  • Amelia Campbell ‘16

    Campbell Wins MIAC Heptathalon (Login Required)

    Carleton College track and field star Amelia Campbell ‘15 completed a sweep of the MIAC multi-event competitions, adding a decisive victory in the heptathlon to the pentathlon crown she earned during the indoor season.

  • Katherine Greenberg ‘14.

    Seven Knights Earn All-MIAC Honors (Login Required)

    After their third consecutive conference playoff championship, seven members of the Carleton College women’s tennis team earned a total of eight All-MIAC honors for the 2014 season.

  • The Carleton Women's Tennis Team.

    Women’s Tennis Wins Third Straight MIAC Title (Login Required)

    The only two teams to have won the MIAC Women’s Tennis Playoffs met in the conference tournament final on Saturday with an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships at stake. The Knights overcame an early deficit and claimed their third straight postseason title with a 5-3 victory over Gustavus Adolphus.

  • Geraldine Tellbuescher ‘17 (left) Shannon Holden ‘17 (right)

    Firstyears Lead Women’s Golf to Victory at Carleton Invitational (Login Required)

    Rookies Shannon Holden and Geraldine Tellbuescher both finished in the top five and junior Taylor Wells ‘15 notched her second top-10 finish of the spring season as No. 17 Carleton notched its first win of the season, finishing on top at the Carleton Invitational on Saturday with a 335 team score.

  • Aaron Buckley '14

    Buckley Strong in SJU Invitational (Login Required)

    The final two rounds of the Saint John’s Spring Invitational men’s golf tournament were canceled due to rain, shortening the tournament to 18 holes.

  • Joyce Yu '16

    Women’s Tennis Secures Regular Season MIAC Title (Login Required)

    With the MIAC regular-season title already in hand before the day even began, the Carleton College women’s tennis team completed its perfect run through the conference schedule with a commanding 9-0 victory over Macalester College in a neutral site contest.

  • Ray Yong '14

    Baseball Earns Hard-Fought Split Versus Nationally Ranked St. Thomas (Login Required)

    After nearly getting no-hit in the opener, the Carleton College bats awoke in game two as the Knights knocked off national No. 10 University of St. Thomas on Saturday, 10-6.

  • Anne Lombardi '14

    Women’s Tennis Victorious Against Gustavus (Login Required)

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team locked up at least a share of its second MIAC regular-season title in three years with a convincing 7-2 triumph at Gustavus Adolphus College on Saturday afternoon.

  • Nolan Baker '15

    Baseball Splits Doubleheader with Hamline (Login Required)

    The Carleton College baseball team is finally enjoying a bit of well-deserved rest. Wednesday’s loss to University of Wisconsin-La Crosse marked the final game in a five day stretch where the Knights played every day, including two double-headers against MIAC opponents.