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  • Andrew Hwang competes in the singles category where he won in straight sets.

    Veterans Lead the Way as Knights Top Luther, 8-1 (Login Required)

    After sustaining its first—and only—loss of the season earlier this month, the Carleton College men’s tennis team got back into the win column with an 8-1 victory over regionally-ranked Luther College.

  • Mens’ tennis still ranked (Login Required)

    The Men’s Team is currently ranked 12th by the ITA in the central region, while the Women’s team is currently ranked 8th.

  • Tennis routs ranked foe (Login Required)

    The Knights secured an 8-1 triumph in the battle of regionally-ranked squads.

  • Junior Ned Rohrbach on the course

    Rohrbach Always Sub-par (Login Required)

    The Knights finished 10th out of 14 teams and junior Ned Rohrbach (Winnetka, Ill./New Trier) led the squad with a three day total of 224.

  • 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.