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  • Knights force overtime but come up short

    In a tightly contested MIAC matchup, the Carleton College men’s basketball team came up short, falling 76-66 in overtime to Saint John’s University.

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    Upcoming sports events from February 1 - February 6

  • Tammy Metclaf-Filzen, Women's Basketball Coach

    Coach Tammy Metcalf-Filzen records 200th win

    The Carleton College Knights took on three MIAC opponents and came out of the week 2-1 and 8-4 overall in the conference which puts them solidly in a tie for fourth place. The top six make the playoffs and the Knights are certainly in a solid position at this point to get there again.

  • Ted Marschall

    Marschall '09 sets two records at invite

    Ted Marschall ‘09 turned in a pair of record-setting performances as the Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team rallied for a 740-726 victory over Saint John’s University at the Carleton Mini Invite.

  • Tommy Drake

    Knights erase first half deficit in win over Augsburg

    The Carleton College men’s basketball opened the second half of the MIAC schedule in fine fashion as the Knights rallied from 11 points down to record an impressive 74-56 victory over visiting Augsburg College.

  • Women's swimming wins Carleton Mini-Invite

    The Carleton College women’s swim team defeated College of St. Benedict at the Carleton Mini Invite. Kale Zicafoose ‘11 won two individual and two relay races, while Kate Alexander ‘10 was first to the wall in three events plus a relay in leading the Knights to a 822-680 team victory.

  • Ted Marschall

    Ted Marschall sets three pool records as Knights take second at Saint Mary's

    The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team finished second out of three teams at a meet hosted by Saint Mary’s University on Saturday. Ted Marschall ‘09 led the Knights, setting three pool records during his trio of first-place finishes and recording a pair of provisional NCAA Championship qualifying times.

  • Defense propels Women's basketball to 75-51 win over St. Olaf

    The Carleton College Knights turned a reasonably close game in the first half into a rout in the second with a 75-51 victory over cross town rival St. Olaf.

  • Knights basketball falls in heartbreaker, Goat Trophy in jeopardy

    Despite their superior record, the Carleton Men’s basketball team (10-3, 5-3 MIAC) came up inches short on a freezing Wednesday night, falling to cross-town rival St. Olaf (6-8, 4-5 MIAC), 61-60 and putting the famed Goat Trophy up for grabs on February 20th in the next meeting between the two teams.

  • Women's swimming and diving takes first Saint Mary's Quandrangle meet

    The Women’s Swimming and Diving team opened decisively at the Saint Mary’s University Quadrangle meet last Saturday by sweeping the first and second places in the first race of the event, 200 yard medley relay, on their way to a convincing first place finish Carleton finished with 1034.5 points.

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  • Swim team honors Ted Mullin with Hour of Power Relay for Cancer