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  • May 17, 2017

    Austin Heuer tabbed to All-MIAC squad

    Sophomore pitcher Austin Heuer was not expected to be the Knights' top hurler, yet he went on to be selected to the All-MIAC baseball team in a vote of conference coaches.

  • May 6, 2017

    Knights conclude campaign with losses at Hamline

    The four seniors on the Carleton College baseball roster—Jack Atterberry, Luke Curtis, Willie Freimuth, and Sean Kelly—wrapped up their collegiate careers as the Knights visited CHS Field for a doubleheader against Hamline University.

  • May 3, 2017

    Where's Willie? Freimuth plays all nine positions against St. Olaf

    The Carleton College baseball team held its final home doubleheader of the year on Wednesday as the Knights hosted cross-town rival St. Olaf at Mel Taube Field. The Oles connected for a pair of game-changing home runs in each contest and swept the twinbill by tallies of 4-1 and 5-2. Willie Freimuth paced the Knights with three hits on the day and played all nine defensive positions in game two, spending one inning at each location.

  • May 2, 2017

    Augsburg bats too much for Knights

    Brendon Fischel paced the Carleton College baseball team with three hits on the day, but the Knights dropped both ends of a Tuesday twilight twinbill at Augsburg College, 7-0 and 18-8 (8 inn.)

  • April 28, 2017

    Knights swept by Cardinals

    After three days of postponements due to rain and unseasonably cool temperatures, the Carleton College baseball team finally got back on the diamond on Friday afternoon. The bats took a little longer than normal to get going as the Knights ended up dropping a pair of games to visiting Saint Mary’s University, 4-0 and 4-2.

  • April 22, 2017

    Knights Fall to Tommies on Senior Day

    The sun shined brightly and the Carleton College baseball team enjoyed senior day in near perfect weather conditions Saturday afternoon at Mel Taube Field, but the Knights could not overcome a strong performance from first-place St. Thomas, as the Knights fell 2-1 (8 inn.) in the opener and 17-1 in game two.