- After four consecutive losses, Carleton’s women’s volleyball team got back on track with a dominating 3-1 (25-15, 25-13, 17-25, 25-14) win over the Macalester College Scots September 17. With this victory, the Knights have won their last six MIAC openers, and have won five of their last seven matches against the Scots.
- After an intense and unusually long preseason, the Knights have shown that their hard work has paid off by securing a MIAC best 8-0-1 overall record thus far. Although graduating key players from last year’s team, Thomas Ashton and Peter Grassman, along without having injury-plagued Robert Carlton ’10 able to play, the Knights have proven themselves up to the task of defending their MIAC crown.
The women’s tennis team will definitely not be lacking in young talent this season. Kathryn Schmidt ’12 and Erin Gudul ’12 hadn’t even completed a full week of classes when they entered into the fall ITA tournament at Gustavus Adolphus College.
The women’s soccer squad has come into the 2008 season with high hopes.Their first game was against Lawrence University, which the Knights won 7-0, with a pair of hat tricks from senior Nicky Bloom and first-year Cassie Burke.
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.
This spring, the team went undefeated for another season and won the Regional Tournament.
In terms of ultimate, all of the frisbee teams at Carleton had tremendous years. Despite their slow start at tournaments in the late winter and early spring, CUT, Syzygy, and GOP all peaked at the right time to perform their best at their respective national tournaments.
The Knights synchro team took third place at the North Regional Championships.
Both the men's and women's teams had an exceptional year, playing well in the MIAC playoffs.
The Knights soccer team went undefeated in the conference, captured Carleton’s first conference title and set the school record for wins.
For the Knights football team, the flooding of Rushford, MN offered an amazing opportunity for the players and coaches to give back to the community and grow as individuals and a team in the process.