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  • Blaise Davis

    Men's Basketball blows past first-place Gusties

    After dropping a double-overtime thriller to Augsburg and suffering another setback against Bethel, the Carleton men’s basketball team responded Wednesday with their most impressive win of the season, upsetting conference co-leader Gustavus Adolphus on the road, 60-55.

  • Libbie Weimer

    Reaching out: Students team up with Northfield community in debut of TOPSoccer program

    On Sundays at 3:00 pm, student volunteers flock to Cowling Gym where they help local youth with disabilities learn and play soccer as part of the TOPSoccer project (The Outreach Program for Soccer).

  • Maggie Alexander

    Women's swimming beat Blazers after Gustie loss; men fall

    The Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team placed first in 13 events and cruised to a 197-103 dual meet victory over the College of Saint Benedict.

  • Georgia Brown

    Women’s Basketball Stuns Macalester

    Ally Weaver and Megan Erlandson scored 14 points apiece, and Akemi Arzouman added 12 as the Carleton College women’s basketball team pulled off a huge upset Wednesday, defeating host Macalester College, 60-48, and delivering head coach Tammy Metcalf-Filzen her 250th career win. The Knights (3-9, 3-6 MIAC) and Scots (7-5, 7-2 MIAC) entered the contest at nearly opposite ends of the conference standings, but Carleton used a balanced scoring attack and surprisingly strong rebounding effort to steal the win. The loss drops Macalester out of a tie atop the conference standings.

  • Bryan Rosett

    Men’s Basketball chases bitter taste of defeat with Easy Mac

    The New Year may have gotten off to a frigid start in a meteorological sense, but things are heating up on the hardwood for the Carleton men’s basketball team. The Knights (7-6, 3-5 MIAC) have welcomed their peers back to campus with the season’s most spirited stretch of play thus far, sandwiching two convincing conference victories around a hard-fought loss to St. Thomas, ranked #5 nationally.

  • Nicole Reich, Irene Koplinka-Loehr

    Women’s runners wrap up hot XC season

    At last press the women’s cross-country team was coming off their MIAC Championships victory, preparing to enter the fray at the Central Region Championships. The Knights ran their races competitively, knowing that each point would count. At the end of the race though, the cries of Nebraska Wesleyan’s supporters indicated that the Prairie Wolves had won the meet, although the Knights still hoped for an automatic bid to the national championships.

  • Chris Marshall

    Men’s track ready to rock

    The men’s indoor track team opens its season this afternoon with the Carleton Singular, contested at the Rec Center. The Knights are heavy favorites in every event.

    The squad returns a number of sensational performers from last year, and adds to the mix an extremely talented group of first-years.

  • No Pain, No Gain at 24T

    My soreness comes from the 24 Hours of Telemark, or 24T, one of the near Midwest's most hardcore ski races. For years, the Carleton Nordic Ski team has made the long annual journey to northern Wisconsin to partake in the 24T. This year, 21 students on 6 teams from Carleton joined the race.

  • Nicole Reich, Irene Koplinka-Loehr

    Cross Country teams ready for Regionals

    Women ranked second after victory at MIAC Championship

    Gamble and Davis look to help men repeat surprise finish of last year

  • Zach Armstrong (#43), Joe Boerma (#65) and Adam Hallbeck (#43)

    Knights fall on senior day to Cobbers

    It was the final home game for five Carleton seniors, and two turned in stellar performances. Defensive end Adam Hallbeck matched his career high with nine tackles and added a sack and fumble recovery. Running back Phil Blue notched 55 yards on five carries, including an electrifying 47-yard gallop that highlighted the Knights’ first scoring drive

  • Wes Elfman

    Men’s soccer loses heartbreaker in finals

    The men’s soccer season came to an abrupt end last Saturday following a disappointing 1-0 loss to Macalester College in the championship game of the MIAC tournament. Despite the loss, the Knights still had hopes for an NCAA tournament bid of their own. Their dreams would be crushed on Sunday night, however, when they were denied their second straight NCAA tournament appearance.

  • Men’s and women’s soccer teams advance to MIAC finals on Saturday

    --------------------------------Men shutout Tommies 3-0 -------------------Women top Concordia in PKs----------

    Megan Milligan (11)Ryan Cammarota