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  • October 2, 2015

    MIAC Women’s Golf Championship Preview

    The Carleton College women’s golf team captured its first conference crown last year in record-breaking fashion. The Knights look to defend that title as they tee it up at the 2015 MIAC Championships from Oct. 3-5 at Bunker Hills Golf Club.

  • September 30, 2015

    Grace Gilmore Selected as MIAC Golfer-of-the-Week

    The Carleton College women's golf team and senior standout Grace Gilmore both appear to be heating up at the perfect time. Gilmore carded consecutive 78s to capture medalist honors while leading the Knights to the team win at the College City Challenge played at the Bellwood Oaks Golf Club in Hastings, Minn. For her performance, Gilmore picked up her third career MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week award.

  • September 27, 2015

    Knights Hold On, Gilmore Rallies at College City Challenge

    Senior tallies fourth career win, Knights victorious for second straight week.

  • September 20, 2015

    Rookies Push Knights To Record Win at D3 Classic

    Ayumi Sakamoto, Ziyi Wang lead Knights to repeat at D3 Classic as Knights get first win of season.

  • September 13, 2015

    Gilmore Matches 36-Hole Mark, Final-Round Rally Pushes Knights to Second in Iowa

    Grace Gilmore fired a final-round, one-over par 73, matching Carleton 36-hole scoring record, as the Knights moved up two spots to finish second at the Wartburg Invite with a final-round 306. The Knights’ 619 total was the second-lowest in school history, with only last year’s 604 at the same event topping this weekend’s total. Carleton finished eight shots back of tournament champion St. Thomas at 611, as the Knights made up four shots on the Tommies in the final round.

  • September 12, 2015

    Gilmore, Wang pace Knights after round one at Wartburg

    Grace Gilmore fired a three-over par 75 and Ziyi Wang backed her with a 76 as Carleton posted a first-round 313 team score at the Wartburg Invitational. On an ideal scoring day, the Knights find themselves in fourth place, 12 shots behind red-hot St. Thomas (301). St. Catherine (306) and host Wartburg (309) also lead the Knights.