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2010 Spring Issue 3 (April 23, 2010)

Sports

  • Frances Leung

    Women’s tennis defeats rival Olaf 6-3, loses to Luther 5-4

    This past week, Knights women’s tennis once again proved they are a force to contend with in the MIAC and in the region as well with a 6-3 win over Northfield rival St. Olaf and an extremely close defeat of 4-5 at the hands of the Luther Norse of Decorah, IA.

  • Stephan Zweifel, head coach of the Carleton College men’s tennis team

    Zweifel gets 200th win

    Stephan Zweifel, head coach of the Carleton College men’s tennis, recorded his 200th career victory as his squad posted an 8-1 triumph over St. Olaf College. Zweifel, who is a professor of biology at the College, now possesses a 200-89 collegiate record.

  • Megan Erlandson

    Erlandson sets school record to lead track

    Last Saturday the women’s track team headed across the river for a day of exciting competition. The day included a school record, NCAA provisional qualifying mark, and a number of personal best performances—not too bad for the second meet of the season.
    The school record came in the pole vault, as Megan Erlandson ’12 soared over 10 feet 8 inches.

  • John Davis

    Men’s track places fourth at Carleton Relays

    Saturday, the men’s track and field team hosted the Carleton Relays at Laird Stadium. The Knights allowed only one athlete per team to score in an individual event, and finished fourth with 98 points in this strange system.  Tomorrow morning, the Knight thinclads will travel to Winona, Minnesota for the St. Mary’s Invitational. The meet will feature good competition from Wisconsin schools of the WIAC conference. The Knights have only three meets before the MIAC Championship.

  • Syzygy at Sectionals

    CUT and Syzygy defend Sectional titles as GOP upsets Minnesota

    This past weekend all six of Carleton’s intercollegiate Ultimate teams attended the sectionals tournament in Maple Plain, Minnesota. This first step in the UPA Championship series would determine which teams get to attend regionals, which takes place at Carleton 6th weekend. With over 130 Carls participating, excitement was in the air and all 6 teams started off well.

  • Grant Bowen

    Knights split with St. Johns and Concordia, Mac and Olaf next

    The Carleton baseball team has a fever, and the only cure is more cowbell! Well, not quite. The team actually has a split-ting headache after reeling off their fifth straight doubleheader split in conference play. The only cure for the Knights (9-20, 5-7 MIAC) to escape the .500 doldrums will be for them to capture that elusive sweep that could thrust the team into serious playoff contention.