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  • March 28, 2015

    Bats Stymied as Knights Swept in MIAC Opener at Hamline

    The Carleton College softball team managed just a single tally in both ends of the conference-opening doubleheader at Hamline University. The Knights lost the games by identical 9-1 scores. Cassie Clarke had the highlight for Carleton, belting her fourth home run of the season to account for the Knights’ run in the first game.

  • March 25, 2015

    Knights Lose Twice on Final Day in Florida

    The Carleton College softball team concluded its spring break trip with a pair of frustrating defeats. Missed opportunities haunted the Knights in a 4-3 walkoff loss to Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) to begin the day. Carleton then managed only three hits in a 7-3 setback at the hands of Middlebury College.

  • March 24, 2015

    Missed Opportunities Plague Knights in Pair of Defeats

    The Carleton College softball team had plenty of scoring chances on Tuesday but could not find enough clutch hits as the Knights stranded a total of 20 baserunners on the day—including leaving the bases loaded three times—in absorbing a 5-2 setback against the University of Chicago and a 7-3 loss to West Virginia Tech.

  • March 22, 2015

    Bats Quiet as Knights Drop Pair on Sunday

    The Carleton College softball team collected a dozen hits—all singles—during its two games on Sunday afternoon, but could muster only two runs total in falling 6-2 to Hamilton (N.Y.) College and 1-0 to Carthage (Wis.) College. The setbacks dropped the Knights to 5-5 on the season.

  • March 20, 2015

    Knights Start Spring Trip With Two Triumphs

    The Carleton College softball team opened its visit to the Sunshine State with a 3-1 victory over D’Youville (N.Y.) College and followed that up with a 10-2 win over Ripon (Wis.) College. Senior Micaela LaRose finished with a team-best five hits over the two games.

  • March 2, 2015

    Cassie Clarke Picked as MIAC Softball Player-of-the-Week

    Just three games into the season, Carleton College infielder Cassie Clarke put up one of the best single-game stat lines the MIAC may see throughout the entire 2015 softball campaign. The sophomore had two home runs and seven RBI in one game to highlight a tremendous week that included a .538 batting average (7-for-13) and a 1.154 slugging percentage after hitting safely in three of her first four outings. For her performance, Clarke was honored Monday with the first MIAC Softball Player-of-the-Week honor of the 2015 season.