Academic rigor leads to high drop-out rates in sports (Login Required)
For some athletes, balancing the Carleton student atmosphere and devoting hours upon hours to a sport, proves too much to handle.
Weather forces teams inside (Login Required)
This time of year any empty space inside seems to fill up quickly. This is extremely true at Carleton’s recreation facilities. On an average day, both the Rec Center and Cowling can see around 30 different groups or individuals request space.
Coach’s Corner: Meet Cassie Kosiba (Login Required)
A fun interview with the Carleton women's basketball coach
Swimming makes splash in Iowa (Login Required)
Maria Wetzel won two events and added another second-place result in leading the Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team at the Luther College Sprint Invite.
Basketball tied for second in MIAC with Olaf (Login Required)
Carleton is currently tied for second in the conference with St. Olaf. Both teams are behind the University of St. Thomas with an overall 13-1 record.
Student athletes weigh-in (Login Required)
Carleton football coaches have asked their players to gain weight. “Overall, we need the rest of the guys to be bigger, stronger and faster... The MIAC is not an easy conference as we all know. We struggled this year. I feel it is necessary to be competitive in this conference to be the same size as the other teams we are competing against."
Aaron Rushing is entering his tenth season at the helm of Carleton Baseball. In ten seasons, he has notched 124 wins. This past season, he passed Carleton’s legendary baseball coach Mel Taube as the all time winningest coach in Carleton history.
Despite losing its status as a varsity sport, the nordic ski team remains a popular club. The team now includes more than 250 students, of all experience levels.
This piece will be addressing the poorly written and ill-worded article with regards to the football team written by Owen Duncan.
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.
Knights head coach Donna Ricks was recognized by her peers with her third-straight MIAC Women’s Cross Country Coach-of-the-Year award.
Frisbee functions in it’s own little self-thriving world. The administration practically ushers us into this Frisbee-centric microcosm when we’re told to hurl hundreds of disks on our freshmen move-in days. I don’t consider ultimate Frisbee a “real” sport.