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Infielder Jack Atterberry reached base five times, swiped four bags, and drove in a pair as Carleton College defeated Northlands College, 15-4, on Easter Sunday. Thaddaeus Gregory earned his second win of the season by firing 4.0 scoreless innings.
The Carleton College women’s tennis team locked up at least a share of its second MIAC regular-season title in three years with a convincing 7-2 triumph at Gustavus Adolphus College on Saturday afternoon. Helping lead the Knights to victory was seneior Anne Lombardi, who prevailed in matches against regionally-ranked competition at first doubles and first singles.
Amelia Cmmpbell won the high jump, Emma Grisanzio was first to the line in the 400-meter dash, and they duo made up half of the Knights’ entry in the 4x400-meter relay that broke the team record. Overall, the Carleton College women’s track and field team finished second at the Carleton Relays.
Marcus Huderle was one of five event winners as the Carleton College men’s track and field team finished first out of 10 teams at the Carleton Relays.
For the second straight doubleheader, the Carleton College Knights let a chance at a sweep slip away but recovered with a solid pitching performance to earn a split. On Saturday, Saint John’s big seventh inning led to the Johnnies claiming a 9-2 victory in the opener, only to see Carleton pitcher Kevin Johnson go the distance to bring home a 3-1 triumph in game two.
MINNEAPOLIS - Augsburg College swept St. Olaf with 5-1 victories in each game of a MIAC baseball doubleheader on Saturday at Parade Stadium.
Shannon Holden overcame a sub-par ball-striking round, posting a four-over par 77, helping No. 17 Carleton finish in a tie with No. 21 Gustavus Adolphus in a dual match between the two teams. Holden’s score was the low of the day among the two squads and one of only two under 80. The Knights and Gusties both finished with 335 team scores on a wind-swept day at Le Sueur Country Club, Gustavus’ home course.
The Carleton College softball team hosted the University of St. Thomas on Friday afternoon. After struggling to get the bats going in dropping the opener, 3-0, the Knights gave the nationally-ranked Tommies all they could handle in game two before ultimately falling, 8-6 in extra innings.
On Saturday, April 12th at 12 PM Pacific Daylight Time, the President and members of the Board of Trustees of Pitzer College stood alongside student and faculty representatives to deliver a historic announcement.
The sophomores have officially decided their futures. Well, at least through the next few years. The time for major declaration has passed and so this is a pretty exciting event for the class of 2016, right? Not so for most sophomores.
During my time at Carleton, I have been engulfed by this false perception that we Carls are “better” than students at Olaf or Macalester or any of the other schools in Minnesota or across the US who happen to be lower on the ranking than we are.
I used to pray before I went to bed every night. I’d close my eyes, flash each of my family members before the projector in the mind’s eye, and murmur: “I love you mom, please keep mom safe. I love you grandpa, please keep grandpa safe, I love you gramma, and so forth.”
“You’ve been voted ‘Most Likely to Become a Religious Official,’” said the boy with the clipboard. “You’ve got to be kidding me,” I responded, looking up from my high school lunch table.
My mom was raised Catholic and my dad was raised Missouri-Synod. Now, although both are sects of Christianity, their marriage caused some controversy within their two families.
The nationally No. 24-ranked Carleton College women’s tennis team continued its string of victories in MIAC play with a 9-0 win on Monday over crosstown rival St Olaf College.
It’s six o’clock on a Saturday morning and next to me at the mirror, my teammate is carefully arranging her hair into a tight bun.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team defeated neighboring St. Olaf College, 6-3, in a hard-fought contest at the Bell Field Courts.
After going more than three seasons without a walkoff victory, the Carleton College baseball team registered not one but two such triumphs in sweeping Augsburg College last Sunday.
The new Carleton Facilities Master Plan contains a number of provisions that will impact residential life at Carleton.