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  • Clare Franco

    Women’s track breaks Distance Medley Relay record

    The women’s track team competed in its last regular season meet last Friday at St. Olaf. The team’s Distance Medley Relay started the meet off with the combo of Laura Roach ’10, Clare Franco ’12, Kaitlin Randolph ’12, and Simone Childs-Walker ’12 setting a new school record in the event. They ran a blistering 12:02.79 that ranks them as the 10th fastest team in the country.

  • Knights bring home first MIAC title, play in NCAA tournament tonight

    Team, Men's Basketball ActionOn January 18, the Carleton men's basketball team lost at home to Bethel 70-61 and fell into a tie for eighth place at 3-7 halfway through the conference season. Over the ensuing 40 days, the Knights became one of the hottest teams in the nation, winning 12 of 13 games en route to capturing the school's first ever MIAC playoff title last Saturday with a thrilling 78-71 overtime victory at Gustavus Adolphus. With the win, Carleton punched a ticket to the NCAA Tournament, which kicks off on Friday night at 8 p.m. when the Knights face University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on the Pointers' home court.

  • Kathryn Schmidt

    Women’s Tennis crushes Scots, fights hard against D-I Gophers

    Having allowed just one point in five matches against Division III opponents, the Carleton College women’s tennis team faced stiffer competition on Sunday as they traveled to Minneapolis to take on D-I University of Minnesota. Though the Knights fell 6-1, many players performed well, highlighted by Hannah Goldberg’s  6-4, 6-0 victory at sixth singles.

  • Ben Guzick

    Men’s Tennis rebounds from first loss

    Two days after losing its first match of the season, the Carleton College men’s tennis team rebounded with an impressive 6-3 regional win over Grinnell College.

  • Joe Concannon, Ty Martin

    Men’s track performs well in last tune up for MIACs

    The MIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships begin this afternoon at 4:30 at the Rec Center. The Knights have athletes competing in 12 individual events, as well as three relays.

  • Alex Wirta

    Baseball starts season with two losses

    The Carleton baseball team (0-2) dropped both ends of a doubleheader against Bethany Lutheran College (2-0) in the Metrodome to open the 2010 campaign. The Knights dropped the opener 5-0 while only managing one hit and lost the second 6-3.

  • Mari Jo Long

    Defense costly in softball’s first game

    Carleton had plenty of offense against Dakota County Technical College, but a series of defensive miscues caused the Knights to fall 8-7 in their season opener.

  • Patrick Roberts ’11 dives in the mud, holding on to the frisbee.

    Ultimate Update

    This past weekend GOP headed out west to participate at the Stanford Open, held in Stevinson, California. They had a successful Saturday going 3-1 in pool play, losing the the second overall seed UC-Berkeley 10-7 while defeating UC-Santa Cruz, Whitman, and Claremont.

  • Eugene Nishi

    Swimmers wrap up season at MIAC Championships

    - Three earn all-MIAC as women take second

    - Men fifth; Brenner dives to all-conference

  • Bridget Doyle

    Women’s Tennis wins twice over weekend, now 4-0

    Carleton continued to play exceptional tennis against the College of Saint Scholastica. The Knights improved to 4-0 in the young season and have yet to drop a singles match.  “This was the best we played this year, in doubles especially,” said head coach Luciano Battaglini. The match-up against Macalester is on Saturday the 27th at 2:00 p.m. at the Lifetime Fitness Center in Lakeville, Minnesota. The Knights take on the Gophers on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. at the Baseline Tennis Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Freshman Jordan Bulter in a recent meet at the Rec Center.

    Men’s track runs strong at Tostrud Classic, ready for MIAC Championship

    The MIAC Championship meet begins Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Rec Center with the pentathlon.  The other events take place Friday and Saturday, also at the Rec.

  • Tammy Metcalf-Filzen

    Women’s BBall coach Metcalf-Filzen announces retirement

    After 13 seasons at the helm of the Carleton College women’s basketball program, Tammy Metcalf-Filzen announced she is retiring from her position as head women’s basketball coach and associate professor of physical education, athletics and recreation, effective June 30, the end of the current academic year.  The winningest coach in program history, she is stepping aside to devote more time and energy to her family. This past Saturday, she concluded her 15th season as a head coach and 13th at Carleton.