Knights ride low first round to royal match title (Login Required)
Recreation Center to undergo massive renovations (Login Required)
Starting this spring, the entire fieldhouse in the upstairs level of the Recreation Center will be replaced. Mikki Showers, manager of the recreation center, explained that “the entire fieldhouse floor upstairs will be replaced with all the divider curtains.” This includes renovations to the courts, track and safety curtains.
Does home-field advantage actually exist? (Login Required)
The correlation between home court advantage and winning is a different story, however. Research proves that home-field advantage does not necessarily affect sports such as golf, football, and baseball; nevertheless, sports such as basketball and hockey appear to have more of a home-field advantage. This could be because of the familiarity of surroundings, such as how dense, loud and close the fans are to the competing area.
Coach's Corner: 20 years and counting for Amy Erickson (Login Required)
“I want the team to help coach itself because we will only be as strong as our weakest link.”
Carleton baseball battles for split at Concordia College (Login Required)
Knights golf takes fourth at Washington University spring invite (Login Required)
Baseball gets fist MIAC win vs. Mac (Login Required)
Expansion of the MIAC non-traditional season to be examined (Login Required)
"The MIAC is a conference with a strong commitment to academics, as well as a commitment to providing a balance for those who want to be two-sport athletes."
Softball looks to capitalize on strong start to spring season (Login Required)
In spite of various injuries and a lack of depth so far this season, the Knights have shown to be a resilient and extremely talented group of student-athletes. They look to continue their quest for a MIAC playoff berth tomorrow vs. Augsburg College.
Time in Ethiopia gives Jonas Lindholm-Uzzi ’20 perspective on life (Login Required)
Meet a member of Carleton Tennis
Amy Roach and Seth Waag-Swift: Competing at the sole Carleton divers (Login Required)
“I’ve tried a lot of sports and I always just get discouraged because everyone’s too competitive, and I’m a sensitive little flower that just can’t deal with it. But for some reason this sport has the craziest environment between competitors. Maybe it’s a feature of the teams being small, but within the MIAC we all know all of the divers, we know what they’re working on, we know the new dives they’re trying to get. At every meet, you cheer for everyone.”
The true knights of Carleton (Login Required)
The ten fencers who participate regularly come from a variety of backgrounds, although most had no experience prior to coming to Carleton.