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  • Knights' season ends in Auggie heartbreak

    Knights' season ends in Auggie heartbreak

    Trailing Augsburg 65-64 with three seconds remaining in their opening round game of the MIAC playoffs Monday night, the Carleton Knights put the ball in the right pair of hands. Senior co-captain Zach Johnson, the program's all-time leading scorer and the 16th best in Minnesota college basketball history, found a decent look at a long-range jumper, but three more points were not to be added to his illustrious total as the buzzer-beating attempt bounced off the rim, bringing to an untimely end a season full of excitement and milestones for the men's basketball program.

  • Men’s tennis stays undeafeated in conference

    The Carleton Men’s tennis team concluded its winter season this past Wednesday evening with a convincing 8-1 win over the MIAC’s Bethel University. The Knights improved to 7-2 on the year and remained undefeated in conference play.

  • Senior Hannah Oken-Berg capped off her amazing career, that included becoming the programs leading shot blocker.

    Seniors finish out stellar careers

    Unfortunately, Carleton’s four seniors, Annie Isler, Sarah Kunelius, Sarah Lincoln, and Hannah Oken-Berg, completed their careers with an 89-58 loss to the Bethel Royals last Saturday. With this loss, the Knights finished 11-14 (10-12 MIAC), good enough for eight place in the MIAC.

  • Ted Marschall has met three NCAA automatic qualifying times this year.

    Men’s swim takes 4th at MIAC Championship

    The Carleton men’s swimming & diving team recorded a 14th consecutive top-four finish at the MIAC Championships, holding off Saint John’s on the final day to earn fourth place. Senior Ted Marschall posted his third NCAA automatic qualifier of the championships as his time of 2:02.60 was second overall in the 200 breaststroke.

  • Distance runners lead women’s track

    The women’s track and field team spiced up the Parent’s Day Open at the University of Minnesota last Saturday. As you may have noticed, co-captain Amy Elson ’10 is too well-rounded and talented for her own good. After two spectacular triple jumps qualified her for the finals, Elson improved on these distances to jump 10.24m (over 33 feet, 7 inches) in her final jump, although she had to skip the 200 meter dash.

  • Men’s track prepares for MIAC Championship

    Last Friday night, Charlie Gamble ’10 went to the Snowshoe Open, a Division I meet at the University of Minnesota and finished fifth in the mile run, clocking an impressive 4:14.95 and qualifying provisionally for the NCAA Division III Championships.

  • Women’s tennis: season update

    Carleton’s women’s tennis team started 2009 conference play with three victories that landed them atop the MIAC standings.

  • Patrick Roberts ’11 dives in the mud, holding on to the frisbee.

    Ultimate teams head to warm climates, start season off strong

    Despite the cold harsh winters, the various Carleton ultimate teams have been busy spending hours in the rec training and yearning to get outside and play on a real field.

  • Weekly IM Update

    In hardcore soccer, the same three teams have maintained dominance. Billy Walsh's Chemistry Club performed well again, beating Matt Pieh Soccer 6-2.

  • During Wednesday night’s contest the Knights honored their four seniors and their contributions to the women’s basketball program over their careers.

    Seniors lead Knights over Auggies

    The Knights' hope for a ninth consecutive post-season bid were slim to begin with as the team entered play two games out of the final playoff slot with only three games remaining. Carleton's loss and Bethel's 61-36 win at Augsburg officially canceled any chances of the Knights' repeating last season's magical run through the MIAC Playoffs.

  • Tom Ballinger ’09 crosses the finish line, winning the 600 yard dash.

    Gamble to NCAA Championships, strong finishes from other Knights

    Charlie Gamble ’10 needed only 14:38.40 to run 5,000 meters at the Iowa State Classic Saturday, a Division I meet that accepts entries from the country’s top Division III runners.

  • Knights tennis handles region foe UW-Eau Claire, split doubleheader against D-II squads

    In a battle of regionally-ranked teams last Friday, Carleton posted an 8-1 triumph over UW-Eau Claire to notch its third victory of the season. After three close doubles matches, the depth of the Knights’ lineup was evident with a sweep of the singles competition.