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  • Andy Hardt ‘13, pictured above during a meet last season, earned Swimmer of the Meet honors on Saturday after setting three season-best times.

    Men's swimming and diving set numerous bests in loss

    The men’s swimming and diving team concluded its dual meet season last Saturday with an impressive performance at St. Olaf’s Skoglund Pool. The meet resulted in a close 118-180 finish in favor of the Oles. Rested and fit, the Knights are ready tackle the two-day Minnesota Challenge meet today and tomorrow at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center.

  • Knight trio races at Olaf for women’s track

    Most of the women’s track team took last week off, but a few brave souls ventured across the river to partake in a little competition at St. Olaf College. Those athletes competed extremely well and the ones that stayed home are proud of their performances.

  • Eclipse poses after winning the Spirit Award.

    Eclipse has great weekend in S.C.

    The lovely ladies of Eclipse traveled down south last weekend for the Joint Summit frisbee tournament in Clemson, South Carolina. They came back with a 6-1 record (good for a third-place finish in the 10-team field), a spirit award, and high hopes for the rest of the young season

  • Ty Martin

    Men's track finish third, Martin, Dale, James all winners

    Last Friday night marked the first meet of the season for the Carleton men's track and field team. On a chilly, snowy evening, the Knights stayed warm by hosting the Carleton Triangular, finishing in third place behind Hamline and St. Olaf. Next Friday and Saturday the Knights will compete at the Minnesota State Mankato Open. Your next chance to see the Knights in action at home will be sixth weekend, when Carleton hosts the Meet of the Hearts.

  • GoP and Syzygy start seasons

    The Gods of Plastic escaped the frigid north last weekend, jetting to sunny Santa Barbara, CA to compete in the UCSB Invitational. Meanwhile, Syzygy made the trek down to Iowa City to play in an indoor tournament last weekend, facing off against the top four teams in its Region.

  • Seth Jonker

    Men's basketball: Another week, two more wins

    The wins keep piling up for the Carleton men's basketball team, but the Knights can't look back now. Carleton notched two more tough victories this week, holding off an annoying St. Olaf squad on Saturday 72-69, a win which will keep the Goat Trophy on the right side of town for another year, before locking down on Concordia on Wednesday night for a 60-51 triumph. Be sure to follow the Knights as they hit the road next week.

  • Ally Weaver

    Women's hoops fights hard, can't find win column

    It was a tough week for the women's basketball team, as the Knights suffered hard fought losses to St. Olaf on Saturday and Concordia on Wednesday. The Knights hit the road for games at Augsburg on Saturday and St. Catherine on Monday before returning home on Wednesday night to host Saint Benedict, with a 7:30 p.m. tip-off at West Gym.

  • Mamoru Kanazawa

    Brenner dives to record

    Carleton's men's swimming and diving team celebrated its annual Senior Recognition meet last Saturday against St. Mary's University. With his performance on the 3-meter board, Brenner broke one of the longest standing team records.

  • Taylor Ffitch,Alison Smyth, and Sarah Trautman

    Women's track take second, Erlandson breaks record

    The competition for indoor track began last Friday night with Carleton hosting St. Olaf College and Hamline University. It was a spectacular first outing for the team with lots of positives all around, including a number of events won, a school record, and a number of personal bests. Megan Erlandson '12 broke the school record twice in the pole vault. Most of the Carls are taking the weekend off, although a few will be competing this evening at St. Olaf. Next week the team will host another meet at the Rec Center, hopefully with a few healed athletes competing.

  • Kale Zicafoose

    Women romp, 241-44

    On Senior Day, eight members of the class of 2011 competed in their final full home meet and helped lead the women's swimming and diving team to a 241-44 victory over visiting Saint Mary's University. Sydney Weydemeyer '13 won both diving competitions, and classmate Anna Gallagher took top honors in the 200-yard butterfly.

  • Kale Zicafoose ‘11 won three events last Friday, setting a new pool record in the 100-yard backstroke in 59.06 seconds.

    Women edge Gusties Friday, beat Mac and St. Ben’s in double dual meet Saturday

    The Carleton women’s swimming and diving team had some tough competition this weekend, with back-to-back meets.  The Knights swam to victory in both competitions. 

  • Freddy Adu

    Scooby-dooby-Adu, where are you?

    Sports are filled with young talents that inevitably don’t pan out as planned. Only a small group of prodigies goes on to actually realize the potential they were judged as possessing.