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  • CUT and Syzygy place second at Regionals, advance to Nationals in Boulder

    Last weekend in Decorah, IA, four of Carleton’s ultimate frisbee teams battled premiere competition from the around the upper Midwest at the Central Regionals, a double-elimination tournament held to produce qualifiers for the College National Championships. With two Nationals bids up for grabs on both the men’s and women’s sides, Carleton’s premiere male and female ultimate frisbee teams, CUT and Syzygy both came in to the weekend seeded second in the region and expecting to advance.

  • Noonan leads Knights in cycling victory at Conference Championship Race

    This weekend the Carleton cycling team clinched the Division II Omnium, and Sean Noonan ‘08 won the Conference Road Race Championship against both Division I and Division II schools in Iowa City, IA. Strong rides from Noonan, Andrew Olson, ‘09 and Nate Ryan ‘10 throughout the year resulted in the Conference Title over St. Olaf.

  • Lacrosse ends season on a positive note

    Carleton College’s men’s lacrosse team finished its season with a scrimmage and celebration of the sport with St. Olaf’s team on Wed., April 30. The Knights finished off their most successful season in recent memory after going 5-5 with big wins over University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire and University of North Dakota. The team also hosted its first annual parents and alumni banquet that was headlined by resounding rhetoric by keynote speaker President Robert Oden.

  • Frances Leung

    Carleton tennis seasons come to a close

    Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams ended their seasons last weekend at the MIAC conference tournament. Played at Gustavus Adolphus College, the tournament hosts the top six teams from the conference. The winner, which, for at least the past fifteen years has been Gustavus in both men’s and women’s competition, receives an automatic spot in the regional tournament.

  • Sarah Ingebritsen

    Knights finish with spring invitational

    The Carleton’s women’s golf team closed their regular season with a strong fourth-place finish at the UW-Eau Claire Spring Invitational. The Knights’ fourth-place showing was particularly impressive considering that the Knights were competing against second-ranked University of St. Thomas, fourth-ranked UW-Stevens Points, and 16th-ranked UW-Eau Claire. Coach Sieger’s team was lead by freshman phenom Laura Knutson who finished in third place by shooting a six-over par 79, which is just one shot off her best single-round score. For her efforts, Knutson was named MIAC Player of the Week. By shooting a 79, Knutson finished with the best scoring average (85.6) turned in by a Carleton freshman in school history.

  • Victory for the underdogs: Carleton's women's rugby finishes second undefeated season, wins Regional Tournament

    Of the forty-two girls on the roster for the Carleton Women’s Rugby Football Club, almost all of them awoke at 5 a.m. on Saturday, April 26 to high winds and a building snowstorm anticipating the worst at their upcoming tournament. Forwards co-captain Mallory Hoffman ’08 said she had “no doubts whatsoever,” but for most of the team, winning the regional All-Saints tournament in St. Cloud, Minn. was an unbelievable, thrilling victory.

  • Men's track and field earns fourth place in the Carleton Relays

    Carleton exorcised the demons from the 2007 Carleton Relays, where they finished 13th place, by finishing fourth in last Saturday’s Carleton Relays. With their fourth place showing, Coach Rick’s team made a statement in the MIAC by defeating conference foes Bethel and St. Olaf.

  • Campbell wins 10,000 meter race

    The Carleton women’s track and field team was up against stiff competition last Saturday at St. Olaf’s annual Manitou Classic. More than 15 teams competed, with NCAA Division II and Division III teams from both Minnesota and Wisconsin bringing athletes.

  • Women's golf sets school record, moves up in the World Golf Poll rankings

    The women’s golf team beat the 36-hole Carleton scoring record at 673 while finished third at the Minnesota Women’s Collegiate Golf Association’s State Championship this past weekend.

  • Tennis teams advance to MIAC

    Needing two wins to stay in the running for a place in the MIAC conference tournament, women's tennis delivered wins. Men's tennis were also successful and have earned a second seed position.

  • Baseball struggle through tough week

    The Carleton Knights just couldn’t seem to catch a break this week, getting swept in back-to-back series in four extremely close games.

  • Carleton frisbee team advances to regionals

    Two Carleton teams won the Northwoods Sectional tournament last weekend as four Carleton frisbee teams advanced to Regionals. Carleton’s two women’s teams – Syzygy and Eclipse – and two of the three men’s teams – GOP and CUT – will play this weekend in Decorah, Iowa on the campus of Luther College.