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  • Hockey in action this weekend

    Though the season opener against Hibbing Community College was a disappointment to the Carleton hockey team, they didn’t let their 12-7 loss impact their second game. A day later, they won a decisive 7-4 victory over Bethel, a team they will face again later in the season.

  • Women's Soccer head coach

    Regional Coaches of The Year

    Keren Gudeman and Bob Carlson were voted regional coaches of the year for their teams' successes in the 2008 season.

  • Women's soccer celebrate after winning MIAC playoffs.

    Soccer teams win MIAC playoffs; football to play St. Johns for title

    Championshp season has come to Carleton. Last weekend, Carleton fans braved the cold weather to watch both the men’s and women’s soccer teams win in the MIAC Championship game, with the women defeating Concordia 3-0, while the men needed penalty kicks to defeat Augsburg.

  • Women’s soccer advances to 2nd round of NCAA’s

    Women’s soccer advances to 2nd round of NCAA’s

    There have been some magical happenings on Bell Field this past week for Carleton women’s soccer. Last Saturday, the Knights faced Concordia in the MIAC Playoffs Championship game. There was a lot on the line, as the winning team received not only the prestige of being the best in the conference, but also an automatic bid to the NCAA National Championship tournament.

  • Wide receiver Matt Frank ’09 broke his own school record in receptions in a single season, with 79 this season so far.

    Football to fight for MIAC championship title

    Despite swirling winds as high as 30 mph and a 5-degree windchill, the Carleton aerial attack was very effective, totaling 372 yards in the passing game as the Knights rallied for a 41-28 victory at Concordia. Carleton scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to pull away for the victory.

  • Men’s soccer wins MIAC playoffs, advances to NCAA tournament.

    Men’s soccer wins MIAC playoffs, advances to NCAA tournament

    Though the wind howled and sky threatened to pour out its wrath on those assembled at Bell last Saturday, the men’s soccer team calmly and coolly guaranteed themselves a spot in the NCAA Championships with a penalty kick shootout victory over Augsburg.

  • XC competes in Karhu Shoe Race

    XC competes in Karhu Shoe Race

    Carleton’s cross country runners were in action again last week, facing the rival Oles in the Great Karhu Shoe Race.

  • Senior Tim Kane was named MIAC Special Teams Player of the Week for making all 4 point-after attempts, including the game winner in the game against Hamline.

    Knights back in first with inspiring victory over Hamline

    After four back-and-forth quarters that most football pundits have dubbed simply “The Shane Henfling Show,” the Carleton Knights are back in their rightful place in the MIAC football standings: first.

  • Women's Cross Country

    Cross country takes on the conference The women’s team takes 3rd, the men’s team takes 7th

    Saturday, the women’s cross country team left the rest of the MIAC quaking in its boots as they grabbed 3rd in the conference championship, two points behind Bethel, and a mere five points behind St. Thomas, who won the meet with 66 points.

  • Charlie Gamble '10

    Cross country takes on the conference The women’s team takes 3rd, the men’s team takes 7th

    Saturday, the men’s cross country team put its collective fitness to an extremely difficult test, facing not only a talented group of MIAC foes but also a challenging course at Como Park in St. Paul.

  • Megan La Chapelle ’09 and her fellow seniors, Sarah Kunelius and Katie Stanchack, will be missed on the volleyball court next year.

    Volleyball finishes season with five set win over St. Olaf

    Carleton’s women’s volleyball team avenged last season’s loss to St. Olaf College Oles by defeating their cross-town rivals in five sets (25-17, 25-20, 17-25, 23-25, 15-9) last Saturday night. With this victory, the Knights (11-14, 5-6 MIAC) ended their season in a three-way tie for sixth place.

  • Worldwide Hour of Power event includes 99 teams

    Worldwide Hour of Power event includes 99 teams

    More than 5,700 college, high school and club swimmers from nearly 100 different teams jumped into the pool on Thursday, Nov. 6 with the same goal in mind––going all out for an hour in the name of cancer research.