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2014 Winter Issue 6 (February 21, 2014)

Sports

  • Jenny Ramey ‘14

    Women’s Basketball Loses Despite Ramey’s 17 Point Effort (Login Required)

    Jenny Ramey ‘14 scored 17 points to lead four Knights in double figures, but an upset bid by the Carleton College women’s basketball team evaporated early in the second half as the squad lost, 84-60, at Concordia College.

  • Marcus Huderle ‘14

    Men’s Track and Field Wins Five Times at Carleton Invitational (Login Required)

    Several members of the Carleton College men’s track and field team turned in solid performances at the first home meet of the season as the Knights hosted University of St. Thomas and St. Olaf College for the Carleton Invitational. Others did not.

  • Nelson Wolf '14

    Men’s Tennis Settles for Split in Season Opener (Login Required)

    The Carleton College men’s tennis team opened the regular season with a pair of non-conference matches. The Knights swept Ripon College, 9-0, then went the distance with College of St. Scholastica before falling, 5-4.

  • Jenny Ramey

    Women’s Basketball Falls to Augsburg Despite Big Nights from Ramey and Purfeerst (Login Required)

    Jenny Ramey ‘14 recorded her fourth career game with 20-plus points and Emma Purfeerst ‘14 contributed her 15th career double-double, but the short-handed Carleton College women’s basketball team lost 57-47 to visiting Augsburg College on Wednesday night.

  • Milana Socha ‘14

    Swimming and Diving Teams Compete at MIAC Championships (Login Required)

    Before leaving the water on the final day of the MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships, the Carleton College men’s team picked up four more All-MIAC performance to solidify its standing of third place in the team competition.

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