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2013 Fall Issue 3 (October 11, 2013)

Sports

  • Jordy Cammarota '15 blasts a shot by a Saint John's defender to tie the match up at one goal apiece.

    Carleton and Johnnies Play to OT Tie

    Depite Jordy Cammarota’s ‘15 first goal of the season and a distinct 26-5 advantage in shots, the Carleton College men’s soccer team couldn’t drum up enough offense as they played to a 1-1 tie against MIAC foes from Saint John’s University at Bell Field on Saturday, October 5th.

  • Rachel Johnson ‘14 hammers home one of her career-high 14 kills in a close match with St. Kate’s.

    Women's Volleyball Drops Five-Set Heartbreaker to St. Catherine University

    After battling back from a two-set deficit, the Carleton College volleyball team was unable to complete their comeback bid as they fell in five sets against St. Catherine University Wednesday evening.

  • Shannon Holden '17 shot 13 over par for the season to become Carleton's first individual title.

    Holden Grabs MIAC Women's Golf Individual Title

    One shot.

    That’s all that separated Carleton College from its first MIAC Championships title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. The 19th-ranked Knights fell just shy of capturing the conference crown, posting a team score of 952 to the University of St. Thomas’ 951.

  • Ruth Steinke ‘16 (left) and Colette Celichowski ‘15 finished 12th and 18th respectively at Blugold.

    Women's XC Takes Fifth at Blugold Invitational

    Last Friday,  the Carleton College Women’s Cross Country team crossed the border into the Badger State to take on an impressive field at the UW-Eau Claire Blugold Invitational. The Knights, ranked No. 15 nationally finished in fifth place, third among Division III team in the competition.

  • Coach Bob Pagel and the Knights will look to get their conference record back to .500 next week.

    Football Falls to Sixth Ranked St. Thomas

    The Carleton College football team got no help from the schedule makers as the Knights faced their second straight national top-10 opponent, falling this time 65-6 at No. 6 University of St. Thomas.

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