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  • 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.

  • maria Wetzel poses following her several record breaking cuts.

    Women’s swimming glides to fourth at MIAC (Login Required)

    The Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team concluded the MIAC Championships fourth in the team standings, moving up one spot in the rankings from the previous year.

  • Women's tennis team remains undefeated

    Lady swatters unvanquished (Login Required)

    Claire Spencer (Jr./Newport News, Va./Menchville) did her part to help the Carleton College women’s tennis team remain undefeated this season as the Knights blanked the College of Saint Benedict, 9-0.

  • Tsutsui matches point total in season’s last game (Login Required)

    Senior Skylar (Northridge, Calif./Harvard- Westlake) poured in a career-high tying 29 points to cap her collegiate career as the Carleton College women’s basketball team (8-17, 6-12 MIAC) concluded its sea- son with an 84-77 defeat at Bethel University (20-5, 14-4 MIAC).

  • George McAneny reacts to a season best time in the 100 yard frestyle.

    Men’s swimming snags third at MIACs (Login Required)

    Saturday saw the Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team move up one spot in the team competition, finishing fourth overall.

  • Freshman Kevin Grow

    Grow finishes season on a high note (Login Required)

    Saturday’s season finale loss at Bethel University closed one chapter for the Carleton College men’s basketball team and gave a further glimpse into the program’s future.

  • Inside the life of Jim Jarvis (Login Required)

    Jim Jarvis, Carleton’s strength and conditioning coach, bounces a white lacrosse ball on the rubber floor as he circles the weight room at Laird Stadium. “Stacy’s Mom” is playing on the speaker system. It’s Modern Rock Monday, Jarvis says.

  • Track takes Second at Meet of Hearts (Login Required)

    The Carleton College women’s track and field squad hosted its last home meet of the indoor season, and the Knights won five events in finishing second in the team competition at the Kelly Family Meet of the Hearts.

  • 800M record broken twice (Login Required)

    For the second time in as many days, first-year Jerry Cook-Gallardo (Moscow, Idaho/Moscow) established a new Carleton College men’s indoor track and field team record for the 800-meter dash.