“We know, that outside of our group, no one is really giving us a fighting chance, but so what? We’ll trust each other, we’ll support each other, and we’ll fight for each other until the very last play.”
The leader of the girls' golf team is Grace Gilmore, the back-to- back MIAC individual champion. She is the tone setter for the team and is quietly having one of the best collegiate golf careers in Carleton’s history.
The leaves are falling, love is in the air, and playoff baseball is back on television.
Football gets clobbered 63-14. Maybe they'll be better in coming weeks?
This Saturday, October 3rd, the cross-country meat, the Running of the Cows, assembled at our own Cowling Arboretum. The meet could not have happened on a more beautiful day or in a more confusing manner.
No matter what your knowledge on the NFL, here are a few key points to inflate your knowledge for this season.
Every sports team on Carleton’s campus has a different personality, and as your new sports editor, I am going to try and tackle all of them. I decided to start with the team that I was once a part of and still have very close ties to: the cross country team.
Both the men and women’s soccer programs do believe this is truly their season to win it all.
Amelia Campbell secured All-American status for the third time in her career after finishing fourth in the heptathlon at the 2015 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Junior Amelia Campbell, senior Colette Celichowski, and Junior Ruth Steinke represented Carleton track & field aat this year's nationals.
Hornor earned All-American recognition in the 10,000 meter run, while Cook-Gallardo's success came in the 800 meter run.
Led by stellar performances from Alex Polk, Jerry Cook-Gallardo, and Hart Hornor, the Carleton College men’s track and field team finished fourth at the 2015 MIAC Outdoor Championships.