- April 22, 2014
Carleton College's Shannon Holden notched the second victory of her young career last Friday. Previously the MIAC's individual medalist at the conference championship in the fall, the Knights' rookie claimed first-place with a great performance in a head-to-head dual with conference foe Gustavus, Adolphus as her team played exactly even with the Gusties. For her performance, Holden was named the MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week for the second time in 2013-14.
- April 18, 2014
Shannon Holden overcame a sub-par ball-striking round, posting a four-over par 77, helping No. 17 Carleton finish in a tie with No. 21 Gustavus Adolphus in a dual match between the two teams. Holden’s score was the low of the day among the two squads and one of only two under 80. The Knights and Gusties both finished with 335 team scores on a wind-swept day at Le Sueur Country Club, Gustavus’ home course.
- April 17, 2014
Carleton jumped four spots to 17th in the latest Golf World/WGCA Division III poll. The Knights’ move is the largest in this week’s poll and comes on the heels of Carleton’s impressive T4th finish at the Washington University (St. Louis) Spring Invitational. Carleton’s spring team average of 317.25 is more than seven shots lower than its fall average.
- April 9, 2014
The weather has been far from ideal for golf in Minnesota thus far in 2014, but Carleton's Geraldine Tellbuescher was in record-setting form last weekend at the Washington University Spring Invitational in Madison, Ill. The Knights' first-year golfer set a new school 36-hole scoring record while finishing third individually and leading Carleton to a fourth-place team finish in a field loaded with nationally-ranked teams. For her record-setting performance, Tellbuescher was named the MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week.
- April 6, 2014
Geraldine Tellbuescher’s second straight three-over par 75 led the way as the Carleton College women’s golf team tied for fourth out of 16 teams at the Washington University (Mo.) Spring Invitational. Tellbuescher’s 36-hole score of 150 strokes broke the team mark by two shots and helped Carleton establish new marks for both 18- and 36-hole team scores.
- April 5, 2014
Geraldine Tellbuescher rode a hot putter to a three-over par 75 and Shannon Holden added a five-over par 77 as No. 21 Carleton posted a 318 first-round score at the Washington University (St. Louis) Spring Invitational. The total, the seventh-best in school history, leaves the Knights in fifth in a field with eight other nationally-ranked teams. It was Tellbuescher’s career-low and leaves her in a tie for fourth individually, three shots behind the leaders.