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  • Wes Elfman

    Men’s soccer picks up after slow start

    After a slow start to the 2009 campaign, the men’s soccer team has battled back to the top of the MIAC conference. While the team graduated a significant number of players, new recruits as well as key returners have made important contributions to the team’s recently found success.

  • Cross country off to fast start

    Cross country off to fast start

    The men’s cross country team opened its 2009 campaign sending partial squads to two invitationals. First, the upperclass harriers traveled to Grinnell, Iowa for the Les Duke Invite September 12 and finished 11th. The seven knights who made the trip south fought hot and humid conditions, with the temperature in the high seventies at race time.

  • Goalie Kate Trennery `13

    Women’s soccer beats Wisconsin Lacrosse

    This past Wednesday the Carleton Women’s soccer team came out tenacious with a 2-0 victory against University of Wisconsin at Lacrosse.

  • CUT wins second national championship

    Tish Fagin/ The 2009 National College Champions the Carleton Ultimate Team.

    This past memorial day, Carleton’s men’s ultimate team, CUT, won the 2009 UPA College National Championships, held at Ohio State University. In the finals, CUT faced Colorado’s Mamabird and defeated them 15-11, the exact same opponent and score of CUT’s last National Championship in 2001. Carleton’s women’s team, Syzygy also competed this past weekend coming in 9th place in the 20-team field.

  • Junior Emma Dobbins will be a contributing factor as Syzygy competes at Nationals this weekend.

    Syzygy breaks seed to finish 9th at Nationals

    Carleton’s women’s ultimate team, Syzygy entered the 2009 UPA College National Championship seeded 12th out of 20 teams, but finished tied for 9th place, ending their season on a strong note.
    Syzygy came in seeded third in their pool, but broke seed defeating Washington University, Illinois, and North Carolina-Wilmington. They suffered there lone loss in pool play to eventual national champion UC-Santa Barbara.

  • Tom Ballinger

    Ballinger is 3-time All-American

    Tom Ballinger ’09 placed third in the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships Saturday, closing out his illustrious collegiate career with his third All-America citation.

  • First-year Simone Childs-Walker.

    Lovett and Childs-Walker become All-Americans at NCAA meet

    Kelly Lovett ‘11 and Simone Childs-Walker ‘12 were the only members of the Carleton women’s track and field team to compete at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The pair qualified for three events and finished the weekend with a trio of All-America performances. Carleton concluded the weekend in a tie for 31st place among 79 programs to tally at least one point at the national meet.

  • Junior Adrian Chow gets horizontal on defense at regionals against Minnesota.

    CUT, Syzygy take on the nation in Ohio

    This weekend, Carleton’s top ultimate teams, CUT and Syzygy will participate in the 2009 UPA College Championships in Columbus, Ohio. Both teams come off of very strong regular seasons. CUT has gone undefeated so far in the championship series and has only lost 4 total games in the regular season. Syzygy only fell to one team in the series and has posted some strong wins during the regular season.

  • Sophomore Kelly Lovett just finished seventh in the javelin at the NCAA Track and Field meet, earning her an All-American status.

    Women’s track at NCAA meet

    Kelly Lovett ’11 and Simone Childs-Walker ’12 are currently representing the Carleton women’s track and field team at the NCAA Division III National Championships in Marietta, Ohio. Perfect throwing weather- 83 ° F and sunny- and a flight including javelin powerhouses Lisa Brown, Brandi McNeil, and Leah Kay pushed Lovett to a 7th place All-American finish, as she threw 41.96 meters, or 137 feet 8 inches.

  • IM Softball and Frisbee News

    Playoff starts for softball this week. The number one seed is See Ya Never, who is undefeated. And in a particularly exciting frisbee matchup, we have Substance Freedom vs. Yellow Fever.

  • Senior Ethan Guevin was the pitching ace this season for the Knights.

    Four Knights earn All-MIAC in baseball

    For the first time since 1991, four Carleton College baseball players received all-conference honors in recognition for their contributions on the diamond. Seniors Ethan Guevin and Jay Melson repeated as All-MIAC honorees. Joining them were junior Russ Fujisawa and first-year Alex Wirta.

  • Senior Jack Delehanty helped the 4x400 team and set a PR in the 800.

    Hanks wins javelin, leads Knights at MIAC Track Championships

    John Hanks ’09 arrived at Carleton in the fall of 2005 as a football and basketball player, having never thrown a javelin in his life. Saturday, his personal-record throw of 56.11 meters made him the 2009 MIAC champion in the event.