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Alex Guy tallied her first goal of the season—a first-half equalizer—but the Carleton College women’s soccer squad eventually absorbed a 2-1 setback to visiting No. 22 Luther College.
Taylor Wells fired a final-round three-over par 76 for her first collegiate win as all five Carleton players finished inside the top 10, propelling the Knights to a victory at the College City Challenge. Grace Gilmore (T9th) and Kelsey Moede (T7th) shot 77 and 78, respectively, in the final round, while sophomores Shannon Holden (T3rd) and Geraldine Tellbuescher (5th) rounded out Carleton's top-10 finishers.
The Carleton College men’s golf team completed play at the University of Dubuque Fall Invitational Sunday firing a two-round total of 629 and taking fifth place in this two-day event.
Jordy Cammarota came up big with his third goal in the last two matches, but a victory wasn’t in the cards as the Carleton College men’s soccer team dropped a hotly contested match at home to the national No. 19 Luther College, 2-1 in overtime.
Hart Honor placed third overall as the Carleton College Men's Cross Country team finished fifth at the St. Olaf Invitational.
The No. 15 ranked Carleton College Women's Cross Country team raced to a second-place finish at the St. Olaf Invitational on Saturday.
Taylor Wells and Shannon Holden fired six-over par 79s and find themselves tied for first place after the College City Challenge's first round. The Knights posted a 322 team score and lead St. Thomas (328) and Gustavus Adolphus (330). Geraldine Tellbuescher is tied for third, one shot back of first place.
The Carleton College football team scored on its first play from scrimmage but found it tough going the rest of the afternoon as the Knights dropped a 42-14 result to Augsburg College in the MIAC opener for both squads.
Behind a dominant offensive attack, the Carleton College women's soccer team scored three times in the first half and added a fourth goal early in the second half to cruise to 4-2 victory over Saint Mary’s University Saturday afternoon at Bell Field.
Jordy Cammarota and Branden McGarrity featured heavily, with Cammarota scoring two goals and McGarrity notching a goal and two assists as the Carleton College men’s soccer team defeated Saint Mary’s University, 3-0.
Fresh off a team victory at the Les Duke Invitational, the Carleton College women’s cross country team climbed two spots to No. 15 in the latest U.S. Track & Field/Cross Country Coaches Association national poll.
After giving up a goal in the first six minutes, the Carleton College women’s soccer team battled back for a 1-1 tie in a hard-fought game against Gustavus Adolphus College.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision at Gustavus Adolphus College in the MIAC opener for both squads. Stephen Johnson tallied his first collegiate goal to account for Carleton’s score.
After winning their previous six consecutive matches, the Carleton College volleyball team battled but came up short in their conference opener against Hamline University, dropping an evenly played four-set match (25-23, 29-27, 21-25, 25-20) at Hutton Arena Wednesday evening.
For the third time in as many weeks, a different member of the Carleton squad was honored as the MIAC Women's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week. This time, it was junior Grace Gilmore, who led the Knights to victory at the D3 Classic. Gilmore finished five shots ahead of the field for a convincing medalist performance and helped her team score a 10-shot win.
Brandt Davis turned in one of the better performances by a MIAC placekicker in recent years and was recognized as the conference’s Special Team Athlete-of-the-Week. Now the sophomore has secured another honor as he was selected to the D3football.com national Team-of-the-Week.
Saturday was quite a day for Carleton women's cross country and senior Colette Celichowski. Not only did the Knights run to victory against a talented 13-team field in the Les Duke Invitational in Grinnell, Iowa, but Celichowski scored her first collegiate cross country victory as the first women's runner to cross the finish line. For her performance, Celichowski was tabbed the MIAC Women's Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Week.
If the first two weeks are any indication, Carleton cross country runner Hart Hornor is in for a very special junior season. A week after earning national and conference weekly honors, Hornor turned in another tremendous performance at the Les Duke Invitational in Grinnell, Iowa, with a top-two overall finish and the best time by a Division III runner, while leading his team to a top-three finish as well. For his performance, he was honored again with his second-straight MIAC Men's Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Week award.
The Carleton football team scored its first victory of the season Saturday with a 40-14 win over Knox, and the leg of kicker Brandt Davis was a big factor in the victory. The Knights sophomore sent all six of his attempts through the uprights and played a huge role in the field-position game with his kickoffs. For his performance, Davis was honored Monday as the MIAC Football Special Teams Player-of-the-Week award.
Junior Camille Benson continued her hot streak at last weekend's ACM Tournament with 75 digs and 15 services aces in the four wins. She picked up her second-straight MIAC Volleyball Setter/Libero-of-the-Week award.