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  • David Flynn

    What a Rookie!

    Carleton rookie David Flynn fired a final-round even-par 72 to tie for third place, earning All-Conference distinction at the MIAC Championships last weekend and establishing a new program standard at the event. The Knights finished seventh in the team competition with a score of 947.

  • Kyla Walter

    Volleyball wins two at Hamline Triangular, falls on road to Concordia

    This week proved trying for the Knights, as the team won both of its games at the Hamline Triangular last Friday but lost in straight sets to the College of St. Benedict on Wednesday.

  • Kilian Murphy

    No field, no problem as Football augments win streak

    With the Carleton football team’s foreseeable future at Laird Stadium marred in uncertainty and bloated carp, this past weekend’s “Homecoming” game required that the nomadic squad host Augsburg College at Northfield High School’s Memorial Field. Though the scenery was a bit different, the game itself provided the Carleton faithful with a familiar spectacle, as the Knights won on Homecoming for the third straight year and pushed their ongoing win-streak to two games with a 38-28 triumph.

  • Marlena Hartman-Filson

    Soccer teams stay strong, post winning weeks: Women net nine, dominate Hamline and Macalester

    In the wake of the flood, the Carleton Women’s Soccer team has created a storm of its own, wiping out any team that dares stand its path. They blew past their MIAC competition this week, finding the back of the net a total of nine times en route to wins over Hamline University and Macalester College.

  • Andrew Thappa

    Soccer teams stay strong, post winning weeks: Men shutout Hamline and Luther, fall at Macalester

    The Knights had a busy week, with another pair of games last weekend and a rematch of last year’s MIAC championship with Macalester on Wednesday. Though Carleton shut out its weekend opponents, the Scots slipped by the Knights, 1-0, handing Carleton its first MIAC defeat of the season.

  • Tim Mulso

    Football smokes Pipers for first win

    Last week’s flood of biblical proportions may have drowned the football team’s home stadium and practice fields, but it could not wash away their resolve, as the Knights dug deep on Saturday to notch their first win of the season in a rousing 45-21 blowout of host Hamline University.

  • Jessa Youso

    Volleyball forced from West, drops two heartbreakers

    Despite the extensive flooding in the Knights’ home of West Gym, the women’s volleyball team continued to put up a fight this week, hosting both St. Mary’s and Bethel University on neutral territory. The team suffered tough losses against both schools, each time in a nail-biting final set. 

  • Cross Country teams excel at Griak Invite: Childs-Walker second as women finish eighth

    While the Cannon River did its best to take away the cross country team’s training grounds last week, the Knights were not deterred. They kept running, whether through the river or on high ground, and readied themselves for the Roy Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota. Many outstanding efforts resulted in an eighth place finish for the Knights. Carleton’s women were the second finishers from the Central Region and the first finishers from the MIAC.

  • Guthrie Cunningham

    Cross Country teams excel at Griak Invite: Men channel awesomeness, finish 14th of 30

    “Twenty-five Years of Awesome” proclaimed the slogan for the 25th annual Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis.  On Saturday, Carleton’s men’s cross country team escaped the flooded Northfield area to take part in Griak’s claimed awesomeness. 

  • GOP repeats as D-3 National Champions

    This past weekend, the Gods of Plastic ultimate team headed to Appleton, Wisconsin to participate in the UPA Division-III collegiate ultimate championships. This was the first year that the championship was run by the Ultimate Players Association (UPA), with the previous years championships being privately run.

  • Women’s Track

    After hearing about the performances at the MIAC Championships, you may have been wondering, “What’s next?”  As it turns out, track was not quite over.  The week following the conference championships a number of Knights trekked over to competitions termed “Last Chance Meets” for exactly that: a last chance.

  • Kathryn Schmidt

    Women’s Tennis: Kathryn Schmidt

    For the second straight year, Carleton College sophomore Kathryn Schmidt ‘12 was among 32 single players selected by the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Committee to compete at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. Schmidt is the first Knight since Leslie Gale '91 to qualify twice for the NCAA tournament as an individual player.