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  • November 21, 2017

    Knights earn MIAC postseason honors

    A trio of Carleton College football players received All-MIAC Honorable Mention as the conference coaches handed out postseason awards on Monday. The honorees include junior defensive tackle Jacob Heath, sophomore guard Eric Stadelman and sophomore running back-wide receiver Emanual Williams. Additionally, senior offensive lineman Tyler Rolland was tabbed for the MIAC’s All-Sportsmanship team.

  • November 11, 2017

    Knights drop season finale at Gustavus Adolphus

    The Carleton College football team closed the 2017 campaign on the road at Gustavus Adolphus College. The Knights struggled to get into a rhythm on offense and committed five turnovers in absorbing a 52-0 setback.

  • October 28, 2017

    Knights lose to Cobbers on Senior Day

    In its final home contest of the 2017 campaign, the Carleton College football team fell to No. 19-ranked Concordia College, 35-12. This marked the final game at Laird Stadium for the football class of 2018.

  • October 21, 2017

    Knights' bid for Goat Trophy knocked aside at St. Olaf

    With the Goat Trophy up for grabs, the Carleton College football team found itself in another tight back-and-forth battle with cross-town foe St. Olaf College. The Knights absorbed a heart-breaking 29-26 setback when a potential game-winning touchdown pass was knocked away with only 25 seconds remaining in the game. This was the sixth straight year that the rivalry game was decided by seven points or less.

  • October 14, 2017

    Knights drop rain-soaked Homecoming game to No. 8 Saint John’s

    The Carleton College football team hosted No. 8-ranked Saint John’s University for Homecoming on a rainy afternoon. The Knights kept the game close early, but the Johnnies were eventually able to pull away for a 35-0 result.

  • October 7, 2017

    Turnovers suffocate Knights in loss to Bethel

    The Carleton College football team hit the road for a MIAC contest at Bethel University. The Knights kept the game close early, but the Royals were able to take advantage of Carleton’s three first-half turnovers as the hosts pulled away for a 49-0 result.