Womens’ B-ball Loses Tough Game (Login Required)
The Carleton College women’s basketball team made the journey across the state to face Concordia College, but the Knights were unable to snap their recent slide and absorbed a 68-38 defeat.
Knights’ Streak Comes to an End Against Cobbers (Login Required)
The Carleton College men’s basketball team saw it’s season-best three-game win streak halted with a 58-48 setback on the road against Concordia College.
Women’s Track Paces to Season Opener Win (Login Required)
The Carleton College women’s track and field team opened the indoor season with a team victory at the Carleton Triangular.
Midseason Form: Men’s Track Sinks 11 at Carleton Triangular (Login Required)
Colby Seyferth (Sr./Banks, Ore./Banks) opened his senior season with several spectacular performances at the Carleton Triangular.
Ms. One-Thousand: Senior Joins 1000 Point Club (Login Required)
Skylar Tsutsui (Sr./Northridge, Calif./ Harvard-Westlake) poured in a game-high 23 points and became the 13th player in Carleton College women’s basketball history to surpass 1,000 career points, but the Knights were unable to overcome a large halftime deficit and ultimately dropped a 71-58 result to Bethel University.
Tsutsui Named Preseason All- American (Login Required)
Outfielder Hayden Tsutsui (Jr./Northridge, Calif./Chatsworth) has been tabbed a Pre-season All-American by D3baseball.com.
It was Senior Day at Laird Stadium and the Carleton College football team recognized the 10 seniors on the roster during a special pre-game ceremony. Unfortunately, the national No. 23-ranked University of St. Thomas squad crashed the party as the Tommies prevailed in a lop-sided affair.
On November 1st, junior Ruth Steinke won the Women’s Cross Country MIAC Championships to lead the Carleton women’s team to a repeat team title.
Long before football was on his radar, Omar Reyes, a junior IR/political science major, aspired to be a professional baseball player.
ST PAUL, Minn-- A trio of Carleton College volleyball student-athletes received individual recognition from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC).
Carleton’s men’s and women’s soccer teams both ended their seasons in hard-fought defeats on Wednesday in the MIAC semifinals.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Knights (11- 4-4) have been in the MIAC Playoffs six times in the last nine seasons, and each trip to the conference tournament has seen Carleton play Concordia (13-3-3) at some point.