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  • Kathryn Schmidt

    Kathryn Schmidt qualifies for Tennis Championships

    For the second straight year, Carleton College sophomore Kathryn Schmidt ‘12 was among 32 single players selected by the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Committee to compete at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships.

  • GoP at Sectionals

    GOP heading to D-III Nationals

    This weekend, the Gods of Plastic ultimate team will head to Appleton, Wisconsin to participate in the UPA Division III Collegiate championship. GOP is the defending champion at this event after capturing the title in Versailles, Ohio last year.

  • Winston Park

    Men’s Tennis wins opening round at NCAAs, falls in 2nd round

    Under the guidance of Central Region Coach of the Year Stefan Zweifel, Carleton men’s tennis put on a strong showing at the 2010 NCAA tournament with a convincing first round win and a very close loss to a top national team to finish out a remarkable season.

  • Amy Elson

    Women’s track comes in eighth at MIAC Outdoor Champs

    Last weekend the Knights took 8th at the 2010 MIAC Outdoor Track Championships.  There were a number of impressive performances from the meet, including the fact that All-Star Clare Franco ’12 was featured on Carleton’s athlete passes. The 1600 meter relay was clocked at 4:00.63, placing 7th and setting a new school record. Laura Roach ’10 took 2nd in the steeplechase.

  • Ty Martin

    Men’s track finishes ninth at MIAC Outdoor Champs

    The men’s track and field team competed at the MIAC Outdoor Championships Friday and Saturday at St. Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota. Their tenth-place team finish fails to tell the story of the meet for the Knights, who enjoyed one of their most successful competitions of the season. Charlie Gamble ’10 earned his fourth All-MIAC citation with a second-place finish in the 5,000 meters. Gamble and Sanders both competed at last-chance meets in an effort to qualify for next weekend’s NCAA Championship.

  • Emma Dobbins

    CUT & SYZYGY qualify for nationals, GOP battles to 5th place

    This past weekend, Carleton hosted the UPA Central Regional Championships, in which four of Carleton’s Ultimate teams were participating. CUT and Syzygy came into the weekend once again with expectations to make nationals. However, this year presented an exciting opportunity as GOP was also in a good position to make a run at the championship event in Madison, Wisconsin. Both the men and women’s divisions had bracket play for the whole weekend with 4 bids to nationals for the men and 2 for the women.

  • Kathryn Schmidt

    Women’s Tennis season ends with MIAC semifinal loss; Gudul and Schmidt move on

    The Knights women’s tennis team was again handed a loss in their second straight weekend of competition at Gustavus Adolphus College with a loss to St. Olaf College in the semifinals of the MIAC tournament.  On Wednesday the first doubles duo Erin Gudul and Kathryn Schmidt learned they are first alternates for the NCAA tournament and await a final decision.  Schmidt is competing in the singles draw May 28-30.

  • Ty Martin

    Men’s Track preps for MIAC Championships

    The MIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships begin today at St. Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota.  The Knights send a strong contingent of 22 competitors. Results from the meet will be posted live at  Charlie Gamble ’10 will run the 5,000 meters as the event’s third seed.  At the St. Mary’s invitational April 24th, Gamble ran 14:51.75 to set the track record.  Ty Martin ’11 is the fourth seed in the 110-meter high hurdles, having run 15.38 this season.  Indoors, Michael Sanders ’10 was the Knights lone all-conference performer, finishing third in the 800 meters.

  • Amy Elson

    Women’s Track prepares for MIAC event

    Small but mighty.  That’s the phrase that best describes the women’s track and field team as it heads in the MIAC Championships this weekend at St. Mary’s track.  The Knights had a successful outing there earlier in the season and hope to build upon that this Friday and Saturday.  The competition will kick off at 2:00 PM on Friday with the 4 x 100m relay.  The women’s team looks to not only finish before as many of their competitors as possible, but also to run faster than the men’s throwers’ relay did at the Rolex meet.

  • Men’s Tennis ends Gusties’ 21-year reign, wins MIAC Championship

    Peter Dunn, Men's TennisSaturday, May 8 was a historic day for the Carleton Knights men’s tennis team as they took out both Bethel University and then Gustavus Adolphus College to become the MIAC representative in the 2010 NCAA Division III Championships. As the second seed in the MIAC tourney, the Knights received a first-round bye, resulting in the future of all their post-season hopes resting on this single day. Carleton bested both their opponents with scores of 6-3, even though their semifinal match was a routine win, while their championship victory elevated them from underdog to notable status.

  • Geoff King

    Baseball misses playoffs with loss to Bethel

    For some time, the Carleton baseball team had been clinging to the hope that they could squeeze their way into the MIAC playoff picture for a second consecutive year.  Alack, the Knights had their hearts ripped out Temple-of-Doom-style on Wednesday when their sweep at the hands of the Bethel Royals doused any postseason aspirations the team might have had. The Knights finished their MIAC campaign 8-12, and will tote a 12-25 overall record into Saturday’s season finale, when the team hosts North Central University.

  • Louise Buckler

    Buckler leads golf at UW-Eau Claire Spring Invitational

    Louise Buckler ’11 posted a final round 13-over par 86 to lead 22nd-ranked Carleton in the season's final event, the UW-Eau Claire Spring Invitational.  The Knights, unfortunately, went in reverse on the second day, posting a 357 to fall two spots to eighth, finishing at 705. Hope Keaney ’13 posted a 89, followed by Traci Johnson ’12 at 90 and Meghan Gajare ’11 with a 92. Buckler and Gajare were the Knights' top finishers at 174, with Johnson three shots back of the junior duo and Keaney another three back of Johnson.