Women's Basketball standings
Carleton College sophomore forward Bryan Rosett (Cottage Grove, Minn./Park) was named the MIAC Co-Player of the week for January 28-February 3.
The Carleton College swimming & diving teams hosted Gustavus Adolphus College in the final home meet of the season. It was senior day, celebrating the swimming careers of Karin Brown, Shannon Carcelli, Jen Gratz, Kenley Jackson, Barb Marmet, Matt Haffner and Bret Jackson. The women’s team recorded a 170-130 victory.
The Knights came away from a very tough week on the road with a hard fought two point win over Concordia and a tough loss against conference co-leader St. Benedict.
The indoor season is already off to a good start for the lady Knights after a successful season opener last Friday at St. Olaf’s Tostrud Center. The distance core showed their strength, as the Knights claimed wins in the three longest events on the track, the 1000, the mile, and the 3000 meters.
The Knights men's track & field team hosted the Carleton Open on Friday evening. The meet included entrants from Carleton, St. Olaf, Minnesota State-Mankato and several unattached athletes. It was a very competitive meet with three races being decided by 0.01 second or less.
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.
Upcoming sports events from February 1 - February 6
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 ‘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.
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.
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.