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  • Men’s basketball

    Tough midterm break for men’s basketball

    Though a playoff berth is already secure, it was a disheartening midterm break for the men's basketball team, as it came up short in a pair of close games over the long weekend, leaving itself in a Musseresque party crowded five-way tie for second place in the MIAC.

  • Tennis opens with a bang

    The men’s tennis team notched their first two wins of the season this past Saturday against conference competitor, Saint Mary’s, and UW-La Crosse. The Knights once again proved their supremacy in the Central Region as they went 16-2 on the day.

  • Zach Johnson ’09

    Knights end big week with playoff-clinching win

    If ever the Carleton men's basketball team could have picked a time to get hot, this was it. The Knights decisively won all three of their games over the past week, culminating in a 68-50 stomping at St. Mary's Wednesday night that saw the team clinch its eighth consecutive trip to the MIAC playoffs and senior forward Zach Johnson move into second place on Carleton's all-time scoring list.

  • Men’s tennis season preview

    The Carleton men’s tennis team is coming off one of their best seasons to date in their 2007-2008 campaign (21-4), and this year they look to only improve upon those results.

  • Ally Weaver ’11

    Weaver helps Knights get back on track

    Ally Weaver ’11 was a red-hot 5-for-5 from beyond the arc and finished with 17 points in a 67-46 Knights (9-11, 8-9 MIAC) victory over the St. Mary’s Cardinals on Wednesday. Senior Hannah Oken-Berg moved to sixth in career rebounds while posting 16 points and 10 rebounds

  • Charlie Gamble ’10

    Notable finishes at St. Olaf Invite

    After winning the 55-meter dash, taking second in the 200 meters and posting two personal best times at the St. Olaf Invitational Friday night, Nick Cesarek ’09 was named MIAC track athlete of the week Monday.

  • Knights defeat Cobbers, 76-54

    Knights defeat Cobbers, 76-54

    Halfway through Wednesday night's game, trailing 34-31 to visiting Concordia, the Carleton men's basketball team looked in grave danger of dropping its second straight game to a sub-.500 team and making its push for the MIAC playoffs all the more difficult.

  • Women’s basketball

    Tough week for women’s basketball

    Hannah Oken-Berg ’09 moved to fourth place in Carleton’s all-time scoring list with a 24-point performance against Concordia College-Moorhead on Wednesday; however, the Cobbers bested the Knights 80-68. With this win, Concordia has swept the Knights in their regular season games.

  • Swim teams dominate Mini Invite

    With the conference meet only three and a half weeks away, the Carleton women’s swimming and diving team put together an impressive performance, defeating Grinnell College and St. Cloud State, a Division II program, at the Carleton Mini Invite.

  • Men’s track and field: strong performances at Triangular

    Charlie Gamble ’10 highlighted an exciting day of track and field Saturday with a blazing 8:25.44 performance in the 3000-meter run.

  • Women’s track and field takes 3rd at St. Olaf Triangular

    Women’s track and field takes 3rd at St. Olaf Triangular

    The Carleton women’s track and field team competed in its first meet of the season, placing third at the St. Olaf Triangular, behind the Oles and Hamline Pipers.

  • Swim teams keep improving

    The bleak exterior of the Warner Palaestra Pool, which hosts both the St. Bens and St Johns, swim teams, posed a high contrast to the electrifying meet the Knights were having inside.