Skylar Tsutsui ’15 scored 14 of her game-high 20 points in the second half, but a late rally for the Carleton College women’s basketball team ran out of time as the Knights absorbed a 60-51 setback at the hands of front-running Concordia College.
Some days you’ve got it all working. Wednesday was one of those days for Scott Theisen ’13. The senior finished with 22 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists as he posted the first triple-double in Carleton College men’s basketball history.
This past Saturday, Men’s Club Volleyball players past and present gathered in Cowling Gymnasium for the third annual alumni reunion game.
After besting Gustavus on Friday night, the Carleton College men’s swimming/diving team was back in the water on Saturday against another tough MIAC squad.
Led by first-year Gabbi Stienstra’s career-high 19 points—including five baskets from beyond the arc—a total of 10 different players scored for the Carleton College women’s basketball team as the Knights dominated visiting St. Catherine University, 82-49.
In his 29th season at the helm of the Carleton College men’s basketball program, head coach Guy Kalland notched his 400th career victory as his squad overcame a double-digit deficit and defeated Macalester College by a score of 63-56.
Despite another impressive showing from quarterback Mike Hartwell ‘13, the Carleton College football team dropped its home finale to Gustavus Adolphus College by a score of 41-27.
Less than 18 hours after hosting its first home meet of the season, the Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team was back in the water for the Cows, Colleges, and Contentment Classic.
Erik Klontz ‘13 won the 50-yard freestyle race with a time of 21.04, then came back later and broke the Skoglund Pool record at that distance with a time of 20.98 as the leadoff leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay at the Cows, Colleges, and Contentment Classic, an unscored meet.
Despite a raucous student showing and outshooting the Gusties 19-8 over the course of the MIAC playoff final, the Men’s Soccer team were stopped in their quest to secure the MIAC playoff championship last Saturday at Bell Field.
With three rookies and a sophomore among the squad’s top four finishers, the Carleton College women’s cross country team came up just short in defending its conference crown, finishing third at the 2012 MIAC Championships.
The Carleton College football team fell behind early, and despite a second-half comeback bid, the Knights absorbed a 51-27 loss at Concordia College.