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  • Knights triumph at Tommie Twilight

    The Carleton College women’s track and field team won three events at the 14-team Tommie Twilight meet hosted by St. Thomas. This was the final tune up for the Knights in advance of the MIAC Championships.

  • Jack Buckner

    The Buckner doesn't stop here

    Carleton freshman wins MIAC decathlon!

  • Amelia Campbell

    Repeat champ: Campbell wins second title

    Junior Amelia Campbell defended her MIAC Heptathlon title, totaling 4,970 points after finishing in the top three during all seven events.

  • Carleton tennis

    Promising tennis seasons end at MIAC playoffs

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team fell behind early and never recovered as the Knights dropped a 5-1 result against University of St. Thomas in the semifinals of the MIAC Playoffs.

  • This year's women's golf team is first ever to qualify for NCAA championships

    Tellbuescher with a bogey-free 69

    A victory at the knights' last regular season tournament was the cherry on top of a great season. The win serves as momentum going into the NCAA Championships this week.

  • Junior Hayden Tsutsui celebrates after scoring a run against Northland College.

    After nearly missing the playoffs, Knights end season with wins

    The Carleton College baseball team closed the 2015 campaign with an 8-3 victory at Northland (Wis.) College.

  • Christian Nagy '16

    Tennis sets new victory mark after tough win

    The Knights' latest win gave Carleton a 22-2 overall record this season, establishing a new team record and giving the team momentum heading into the MIAC Playoffs.

  • Shannon Holden '17 led the Knights this weekend

    One shot short in home invite

    Shannon Holden posted a near-perfect back nine, firing a two-under par 34 on the final nine holes, boosting her into a tie for third individually with her final-round 76, but Carleton College fell just shy of its sixth win of the season by one shot at its own invitational.

  • Solid pitching helped the Knights end their season on a positive note with a sweep of Martin Luther.

    Softball earns sweep in season finale at home

    In her final two games for the Knights, senior captain Micaela LaRose had a field day in game one, going 4-for-4 at the plate with 3 RBI, including the walk-off single in the bottom of the sixth to end the contest early as the Carleton College softball team defeated visiting Martin Luther College by scores of 8-0 (6 inn.) and 4-2.

  • Jack Atterberry goes for the 6-4-3 double play in game 1 of a double header against Minnesota Morris

    Young rotation leads to sweep of Minn. Morris

    The Carleton College baseball team has embarked on a nine-game road trip to conclude the regular season, and the journey started well for the Knights, who swept host Minnesota-Morris on Sunday by scores of 12-5 and 7-3.

  • Golf team looks for an upswing after tough finish

    The Carleton men’s golf team placed 15th out of 15 teams at the Bobby Krig Invitational on Sunday and Monday.

  • Andrew Hwang competes in the singles category where he won in straight sets.

    Tennis ties win record with 21

    In a surprisingly close match, the Carleton College men’s tennis team prevailed, 5-4, at Concordia College and captured their 21st victory of the season to equal the Knights’ team record.