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  • Freshman Kathryn Schmidt returns the ball in recent action

    Freshman Schmidt makes Nationals

    Carleton first-year Kathryn Schmidt was among 32 single players selected by the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Committee selected to compete in the 2009 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. Schmidt is the first Knight to reach the national tournament since Sara Russell ’06 at the end of the 2005 season.

  • Senior Ethan Guevin threw a complete game in the first game against Concordia.

    Baseball makes playoffs for first time in recent history after sweep of Concordia

    The Knights baseball team concluded their historic regular season with a dramatic sweep of the Concordia Cobbers in Moorhead, Minnesota on Tuesday with scores of 5-4 and 7-6. With the sweep the Knights clinched a berth in the conference tournament for the first time since it began in 2000 finishing tied for third with Hamline.

    Carleton knew they had to win both games in Moorhead in order to make the playoffs to start the day after Augsburg split with Concordia on Monday. In both games the Knights had to make late inning comebacks to secure victories. Ethan Guevin ‘09 provided Carleton with a gusty effort on the mound after he was hit by a batted ball on his pitching hand in the second but was able to throw his fourth complete game of the season.

  • IM Update

    Spring IM flag football is underway and so far this has been one of the most competitive seasons since the sport's inception. Four of the nine teams have a legitimate shot at capturing the championship, as Local Ballers, Go Deep, Do Less, and Vroom Vroom Party Starter all have displayed the athleticism and will to win to finish on top. Of the remaining five teams, Boys 2 Men has played the best when facing the top four teams.

  • Grant Lindsley ‘11 skies a Minnesota defender in the semifinals this past weekend. Lindsley helped lead CUT to victory, getting open all weekend.

    CUT rolls, Syzygy battles, GOP, Eclipse have fun

    In case you didn’t notice, this past weekend brought 32 Ultimate teams from across the Midwest to Carleton’s campus for the annual UPA regional championships. With bids to the national tournament in Columbus, Ohio on the line, all the teams were bringing their A game.

  • Marschall wins NCAA scholarship

    Ted Marschall an eight-time All-American with three additional All-America Honorable Mentions on his aquatic résumé, has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

    Marschall was one of 58 scholarships winners nationwide to win the $7,500 award, with 29 female and 29 male student-athletes from a winter sport each receiving a scholarship for post-graduate studies. A 3.80 student in physics, he is leaning towards enrolling at the University of Rochester (N.Y.) in the fall of 2009 to study quantum optics or condensed matter physics. He is Carleton’s 10th NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship award-winner in the last five years and its 28th overall.

  • Dan Vollman returns the ball in recent action.

    Knights tennis on five match streak

    The Knights close out their regular season with a five-match winning streak after pulling out a 5-4 triumph over visiting Macalester College. Carleton (14-9, 8-1 MIAC) trailed after the completion of the doubles portion of the match, but wins in four of the singles matches, including a three-set thriller by Austin Taylor ’11 that secured the victory.

  • Erin Gudul ‘12 poaches diagonally in her doubles match against Gustavus. Gudul and her partner are currently ranked 10th in the region.

    Women’s tennis takes second seed

    The Knights closed the regular season with a 9-0 victory over Macalester College. Among the winners on this day was first-year Linnea Carlson, who was victorious at second doubles then rallied to win the third-set tiebreaker in singles action.

  • John Hanks ‘09 overwhelmed the competition in the javelin throw, winning by more than 30 feet.

    Hanks and Ballinger turn in strong performances at Rolex Classic

    If I were stranded on a deserted island and I could choose only one person to join me in a survival effort, that person would be John Hanks ’09. Why? Because he can throw a spear 177 feet, and that could prove extremely useful for hunting. Tuesday, it proved useful for winning the Rolex Classic javelin throw.

  • Russel Fujisawa ‘10 runs the bases in a recent game.

    Baseball tied with St. Thomas for 1st in MIAC

    The Carleton College Baseball team continued it’s strong play over the weekend to send out five seniors Ethan Guevin, Shane Henfling, Cameron McDonald-Hyman, Jay Melson, and Jake Riss in their final home game at Mel Taube Field, earning a split with #7 St. Thomas.

  • Clare Franco ‘12 high jumps in a recent meet.

    Women’s gears up for MIAC Championship

    Last Saturday, Emma Sando ’09, normally considered a friendly and benign force, was so intimidating that the rainclouds fearfully fled the Macalester Track and Field Invitational, leaving Sando to kick her way to an exciting fourth place finish in the 5,000 meters with a personal record of 19:51. Laura Roach ’10 showed her appreciation for Sando by winning the 3,000 meter steeplechase in 11:00.33, well under the NCAA provisional qualifying mark despite running the entire race alone, far ahead of her competitors.

  • Erik Fabry ‘12 takes a swing in one of the Knights recent homegames.

    Baseball moves into 2nd in MIAC

    The Knights feasted on Macalester pitching, totaling 25 runs on 31 hits en route to a sweep of the Scots, 10-5 and 15-2. Four players had at least four hits on the day, including rookie Alex Wirta ‘12 who also pitched four solid innings for the win in game two. Jay Melson ‘09 contributed a 4-hit, 6-RBI performance. With the victories, Carleton moved into sole possession of second place in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) standings.

  • Katherine Wingert

    Women’s track races past monumental obstacles

    Do you think racing 25 laps around the track sounds fun? What about racing in circles for 40 minutes? Can you even imagine a 6.2 mile race on a track? While some of us may have trouble with this image, last Saturday freshmen Simone Childs-Walker and Taylor Ffitch helped our dreams come true, as they competed in their first ever 10,000 meter race at St. Olaf. Childs-Walker easily made the NCAA provisional qualifying standard, winning in 36:31.25, and Ffitch started her 10k career off on the right note by running 39:24.63, neatly under the 40-minute mark.