Coach's Corner: Jerry Ericksen (Login Required)
Ericksen said some of his favorite parts about being a member of the Carleton community are “being mightily impressed with the contagious positive attitude of the members of the athletic department. Being made painfully aware, in a positive way, that one characteristic of Carleton students, as opposed to other colleges and universities I have been associated with, is their extreme attention to detail.”
Jerry Cook-Gallardo ’18 wins at Ole Open qualifier (Login Required)
Carleton College sophomore Jerry Cook-Gallardo certainly appears to be hitting his stride at the perfect time, as the Knights' middle-distance runner ran to an impressive win in his final MIAC Championships tune-up.
Knights tennis sweep St. Kate’s (Login Required)
All six Knights won in both singles and doubles action as the Carleton College women’s tennis team notched a 9-0 triumph over St. Catherine University.
Carleton men’s basketball stars take home MIAC awards (Login Required)
Three members of the frontcourt for Carleton College men’s basketball team received a total of five awards as the MIAC handed out its postseason awards on Tuesday.
MLB Season Preview (Login Required)
With the onset of pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training facilities around the country, baseball season is upon us again!
“People find it easier to watch and care about sports they understand. I think this is why sports that involve a ‘goal’ are more popular.”
Andy Clark, the head swimming and diving coach, has been coaching at Carleton since 1993.
Being a baseball player at Carleton gives me an attitude that will help me succeed later in life. It will help me look at the bright side of confrontation and criticism and make me a better person in the end.
This winter some teams have been hit by the injury bug. Two women’s teams have been hurt by injuries in different ways. Is this random? Or is it due to a disparity in funding between men and women’s sports?
For some athletes, balancing the Carleton student atmosphere and devoting hours upon hours to a sport, proves too much to handle.
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.
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."