- November 24, 2015
Defensive tackle Pete Boerma was voted by the conference coaches to the All-MIAC First Team Defense. Four other Knights received all-conference honorable mention as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) handed out its annual awards on Tuesday.
- November 16, 2015
The Carleton College football team closed its 2015 season with a tough 19-7 loss at home against Hamline Saturday, but one of the bright spots for the Knights was the work of punter/kicker Brandt Davis. The junior was a weapon in the field-position battle all day, with a 37.7 average per punt, three inside the 20 and a long of 61 yards, and he was also 1-for-1 on PATs. For his performance, Davis was honored with the final MIAC Football Special Teams Athlete-of-the-Week award of 2015.
- November 14, 2015
In their final contest of the 2015 campaign, the Carleton College football team dropped a tight matchup with Hamline University by a final score of 19-7. Today marked the last game in the careers of the 10 seniors in the class of 2016, all of whom made great contributions on and off the field during their four years in the program.
- November 10, 2015
Willard “Waldo” Tuomi, age 84, died on Nov. 8 after a long illness. Tuomi taught and coached at Carleton for 37 years, beginning as an Instructor in Physical Education for Men in 1955 and retiring in 1992 as an Associate Professor of Physical Education for Men. Along the way, he briefly coached basketball, but focused on baseball, football, and was the head coach of men's swimming and diving from 1958-92.
- November 7, 2015
Playing its fourth nationally-ranked opponent over the last six games amidst the challenging conference schedule, the Carleton College football team got off to a solid start but was unable to carry the momentum through the contest, falling on the road to No. 5 University of St. Thomas.
- October 24, 2015
Playing its third contest of the season against a nationally-ranked opponent, the Carleton College football team could not rebound after No. 13 Saint Johns University used big plays to score three early touchdowns.