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  • Ben Parks

    Men’s XC enjoys action-packed Oregon trip, takes second at Pioneer Open

    As Bobby Davis ’13 put it, “Oregon is full of magic.” Many members of the Carleton men’s cross country team are likely to agree after a midterm break getaway to the Beaver State that included a race at the Pioneer Open in Estacada. The Fellahs, used to running loops around open golf courses in the Upper Midwest, found themselves dueling Pioneers and Missionaries under the eaves of towering, moss-covered trees along the banks of the Clackamas River.

  • Julie Besenbruch and Haley Johnson

    Cross Country teams practice hard, back in action this weekend

    This past weekend, Carleton’s cross-country teams did not compete, but both squads will lace up their racing shoes tomorrow, with the women hosting the Running of the Cows and the men splitting their time between Oregon and the Crown College Invite.

  • Neil Bartholomay

    Wins continue for scorching Men's Soccer: First-place Knights roast Royals, torch Tommies, await Auggies for huge match

    The Carleton Men's Soccer team experienced a triumphant return to Bell Field this week. With a pair of home games against MIAC foes, the Knights were able to smash a beleaguered Bethel University squad and stomp on the University St. Thomas.

  • DeAngelo Williams

    Football can't shuck Cobbers: Win streak snapped at Concordia, 26-14

    At least the pizza from Fergus Falls was good. Everything else about Saturday’s trip to Concordia-Moorhead was a bitter disappointment for the Carleton football team, who had its two-game winning streak snapped in a 26-14 defeat.  The Knights (2-3, 2-2 MIAC) are left seeing red and wondering what could have been after five trips inside the red zone resulted in only one touchdown.

  • Women's soccer team

    Women's Soccer stays hot, wins two: Victories over Bethel and St. Thomas push win streak to eight, keep Knights atop MIAC

    The Carleton Women’s Soccer team topped two conference rivals on the road this past week, both by a margin of one goal. With these important victories, the Knights retain their position atop the MIAC leader board.

  • Kelly Lovett

    Volleyball continues to test opponents

    This week proved challenging for the Lady Knights, as they first took on national No. 20 Concordia College and, for only the second true home match of their season, Augsburg College. The team suffered devastating losses in both matches but continues to show promise in its challenging conference.

  • Ryan Cammarota

    First-place Men’s Soccer continues dominance

    The Carleton Men’s Soccer team continued its reign of terror over both MIAC and regional foes with two convincing wins this week. On Saturday, the Knights traveled to Saint John’s University to stomp on the dreams of the upset-minded Johnnies, 3-1. Tuesday found the Knights answering Northwestern College’s prayers for a mercifully quick defeat as Carleton prevailed 2-0.

  • David Flynn

    What a Rookie!

    Carleton rookie David Flynn fired a final-round even-par 72 to tie for third place, earning All-Conference distinction at the MIAC Championships last weekend and establishing a new program standard at the event. The Knights finished seventh in the team competition with a score of 947.

  • Leigh-Anne Borkowski

    Women’s Soccer outlasts St. Ben’s in double OT, takes over MIAC lead

    With each new game comes a new challenge, and this past Saturday, the Carleton Women’s Soccer team once again passed the test. Working one goal behind from the fifth minute, the Knights were able to equalize in the second half and hammer home a victory against the College of St. Benedict late into double overtime.With Concordia losing, the Knights now stand alone atop the MIAC.

  • Kyla Walter

    Volleyball wins two at Hamline Triangular, falls on road to Concordia

    This week proved trying for the Knights, as the team won both of its games at the Hamline Triangular last Friday but lost in straight sets to the College of St. Benedict on Wednesday.

  • Kilian Murphy

    No field, no problem as Football augments win streak

    With the Carleton football team’s foreseeable future at Laird Stadium marred in uncertainty and bloated carp, this past weekend’s “Homecoming” game required that the nomadic squad host Augsburg College at Northfield High School’s Memorial Field. Though the scenery was a bit different, the game itself provided the Carleton faithful with a familiar spectacle, as the Knights won on Homecoming for the third straight year and pushed their ongoing win-streak to two games with a 38-28 triumph.

  • Fun in the sun for XC teams at Blugold Open: Women run strong, take third

    Last Friday the women’s cross-country team took advantage of another opportunity to refine race strategies and get the whole team out racing by heading over to Eau Claire, WI for the Blugold Open. Many strong efforts led Carleton to a 3rd place finish.