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  • April 18, 2015

    Gusties Edge Knights, 5-4, in Meeting of Ranked Squads

    After falling behind in doubles, the Carleton College women’s tennis team could not complete the comeback and dropped a 5-4 decision at home to Gustavus Adolphus. The Knights entered the match listed at No. 8 in the central region, while the Gusties held down the No. 11 spot.

  • April 15, 2015

    Knights Knock Off Norse, 8-1

    The Carleton College women’s team opened a three-match homestand with an 8-1 triumph over visiting Luther College in a non-conference contest. After winning two of the three doubles matches, the Knights (12-2 overall) swept the singles competition.

  • April 11, 2015

    Knights Absorb First MIAC Loss, Fall 5-4 to St. Thomas

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team slipped out of first place in the MIAC standings after dropping a tightly-contested match against University of St. Thomas by a 5-4 margin.

  • April 10, 2015

    Men's and Women's Tennis Remain Ranked by the ITA

    The Carleton College Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams are no strangers to the spotlight, with a combined record of 27-2 both of the teams are regionally ranked by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). The Men’s Team is currently ranked 12th by the ITA in the central region, while the Women’s team is currently ranked 8th.

  • April 8, 2015

    Knights Top Oles to Remain Undefeated in MIAC Play

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team opened a crucial stretch of the 2015 season by recording a 7-2 triumph over crosstown foe St. Olaf College. Junior Joyce Yu and sophomore Caitlin Shea notched victories during both singles and doubles play to lead the Knights to the victory.

  • April 4, 2015

    Knights Silence Thunder, 8-1

    The Carleton College women’s tennis team hit the road for a neutral-site, non-conference get-together with Wheaton (Ill.) College. The Knights secured an 8-1 triumph in the battle of regionally-ranked squads. Carleton, which is ranked No. 8 in the central region—and No. 35 in the nation—improved to 10-1 on the season, while the Thunder, ranked No. 14 in the region, slipped to 13-5 overall.