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NORTHFIELD, Minn. – On a rainy afternoon, the Carleton College men’s soccer team dropped a 1-0 matchup against visiting University of St. Thomas. It also marked the final regular-season home game for the seven seniors on the Knights roster: Kevin Doyle, Alex Griese, Danny Leal, KC Onuoha, Riley Phelps, and Charles Slocum.
Senior midfielder Riley Phelps was named the MIAC Men’s Soccer Athlete-of-the-Week after he scored the game-winning goal for Carleton College men’s soccer in Saturday's win over rival and regionally-ranked St. Olaf.
The Carleton College swimming and diving teams took part in their first intercollegiate competition of the 2016-17 season as the Knights participated in the UST Relays. Combined, the Knights posted a total of 16 top-four finishes, including a first-place result int eh women's 20-yard freestyle relay.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team triumphed, 2-0, over crosstown rival St. Olaf College on Saturday behind spectacular second-half goals from seniors Riley Phelps and Danny Leal.
It was Senior Day for the Carleton College women’s soccer program, and the Knights celebrated with a 2-0 triumph over crosstown rival St. Olaf College. The Knights received goals from junior Madeline Topf and first-year Nora Mertz and won their third straight over the Oles.
With possession of the Goat Trophy at stake, crosstown rivals Carleton College and St. Olaf College football teams met for the 97th time in series history. The back-and-forth battle was not resolved until the closing seconds, with the visiting Oles holding on to prevail, 32-25.
On an special day for junior Lucy Stevens (Jr./Portland, Ore./Oregon Episcopal School), who recorded the 1000th kill of her illustrious career, the Carleton College volleyball team dispatched Concordia College in three expeditious sets (25-22, 25-12, 25-17) on Saturday morning at West Gymnasium.
NORTHFIELD, Minn. – Sustainability at Carleton was difficult to discover in the locale of West Gymnasium, as the Carleton College volleyball team started fast but eventually faded and succumbed to the powerful play of the College of Saint Benedict in four sets (20-25, 25-13, 25-19, 25-20) on Friday night.
Emily Kaegi posted a season-best time of 21:35.6 and finished 23rd out of 386 racers at the Inter-Regional Border Battle in New Jersey, competing against a 45-team field which included 13 nationally-ranked programs. For her performance, Kaegi secured her third MIAC Women's Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Week award of the 2016 season.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team suffered a non-conference setback on Monday, falling on the road at regionally-ranked Wartburg College and snapping the Knights' four-match unbeaten streak.
Carleton College senior defender KC Onuoha (The Woodlands, Texas/The John Cooper School) was selected as the MIAC Men’s Soccer Athlete-of-the-Week due to his impact on the Knights’ 1-0-1 week, including a victory over No. 24 Macalester College.
A total of 32 former Knights were in attendance as the Carleton College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams opened the 2016-17 season with the annual Intrasquad/Alumni Meet.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team came away with a crucial road victory against conference foe and nationally-ranked Macalester College on Saturday evening. Alex Griese’s 34th-minute tally was all the Knights, who have not conceded a goal in their last 387 minutes of play, would need.
The Carleton College men’s cross country team traveled to UW-La Crosse today for the Jim Drews Invitational. The Knights finished in 13th place in a race featuring 20 teams in total, including a pair of nationally-ranked programs.
The No. 15-ranked Carleton College women’s cross country team traveled to New Jersey this weekend to take on some top national competition at the Inter-Regional Border Battle. The Knights placed 12th in the massive 45-team field. Carleton also had runners competing at the UW-La Crosse Invitational where the Knights contingent finished 15th out of 22 teams.
The Carleton College football team was back on the road this week as the Knights took on national No. 10 Saint John’s University. The Johnnies scored touchdowns on their first four offensive possessions and never looked back as they defeated the Knights, 62-0.
The Carleton College women’s soccer team traveled to Macalester College on Friday evening for a vital MIAC showdown. Both squads were playing their third match in less than a week and were looking to get an important result heading into the later stages of the regular season. The Scots capitalized on their scoring chances and secured a 2-0 result.
The Carleton College athletic department, coaches, and student-athletes invite the Northfield-area community to bring their preschool through elementary-age children to the 18th annual "Halloween KNIGHT" Carnival to be held Sunday, October 30 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Carleton Recreation Center.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team and visiting Hamline University battled to a 0-0 draw on Wednesday. The Knights played without either captain for the second straight game but secured their third consecutive shutout.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – On a night when the Knights were agonizingly close to a statement victory over the University of St. Thomas, the Carleton College volleyball team dropped a five-set heartbreaker (22-25, 25-18, 18-25, 25-14, 15-10) Wednesday evening in St. Paul.