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In conjunction with Carleton College’s upcoming Honors Convocation, the Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation (P.E.A.R.) Department announced the recipients of the Pat Lamb, Ele Hansen, the Mel Taube, and the Warren L. Beson Memorial Awards.
Junior Ruth Steinke was the final member of the Carleton College women’s track and field team competing on day three of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships. She finished 11th overall in the steeplechase, clocking a time of 10:56.85.
On the final day of competition at the 2015 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Carleton College junior Hart Hornor turned in his second All-America performance of the national meet as he finished sixth in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 14:25.09.
Jerry Cook-Gallardo continued his stellar rookie campaign by earning a spot in the finals of the 800-meter run at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships. He finished second in his heat with a time of 1:51.08, the second-best mark posted by a first-year in the field of 20 student-athletes.
Carleton College junior Amelia Campbell secured All-American status for the third time in her career after finishing fourth in the heptathlon at the 2015 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships. She accumulated 4,924 points over the two-day of competition.
Junior Hart Hornor made his NCAA DIII Outdoor Track and Field Championships debut on Thursday and turned in an All-America performance by finishing third in the 10,000-meter run with a time of 30:51.74. He is one of three members of the Carleton College men’s track and field team slated to compete at Nationals, which runs through Saturday.
The Carleton College women’s track and field team sent a trio student-athletes to compete at the 2015 NCAA DIII Outdoor Championships, and all three Knights were in action on Thursday, the first of three days on competition at the Merrick-Pinkard Track and Field Complex.
For the second year in a row, Amelia Campbell (Jr./Sturgeon Bay, Wis./Sturgeon Bay), was named the Central Region Athlete of the Year.
The lone Knight to receive the honor of ABCA All-Region was Outfielder and Catcher Hayden Tsutsui (Jr./Northridge, Calif./Chatsworth).
Senior designated hitter Nolan Baker and junior outfielder/catcher Hayden Tsutsui repeated as selections to the D3baseball.com All-Midwest Region Second Team. They are the only players in recorded Carleton College baseball history to be voted to multiple All-Region teams.
Senior Colette Celichowski took advantage of great racing weather to break her own school record en route to winning the 1500-meter run at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Last Chance Qualifier.
Paced by a 77 from Taylor Wells in the final round of her collegiate career, the Carleton College women’s golf team concluded the NCAA Division III Championships in a tie for sixth place after posting a 324 team score on Friday. Grace Gilmore was Carleton’s top performer for the week, finishing in a tie for 18th place in the 110-player field with a 33-over par total of 321 strokes.
Carleton College women’s golfer Taylor Wells was recognized once again for her excellence in the classroom and in competition, as the senior was a repeat selection to the Academic All-District At-Large Team, as voted by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). She also took home the honor in 2014.
Grace Gilmore fired an eight-over par 80 to remain inside the top 10 individually while Taylor Wells tallied her best round of the NCAA Championships with an 81, but moving day saw the Carleton College women’s golf team go in reverse as the Knights shot a 335 to drop into a tie for seventh.
Carleton College juniors Amelia Campbell and Ruth Steinke received two of the top individual honors as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its 2015 Women's Outdoor Track and Field Awards.
Carleton College senior Nolan Baker and junior Hayden Tsutsui were repeat selections to the All-MIAC baseball team.
Head coach Eric Sieger repeated as Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) Midwest Region Coach-of-the-Year, and senior Taylor Wells earned the Kim Moore Spirit Award as four Carleton College women’s golf team members were honored at the postseason banquet during the NCAA Championships.
After stumbling a bit in the opening round, the Carleton College women’s golf team bounced back on day two at the NCAA Division III Championships by firing a second-round team score of 323 that moved the Knights into a tie for fifth midway through the tournament. Junior Grace Gilmore and sophomore Shannon Holden both carded 79s on Wednesday and sit in ties for eighth and 10th, respectively.
Following her historic season, Carleton College infielder Cassie Clarke was selected to the All-MIAC team. After a knee injury limited her to only eight contests as a rookie, Clarke provided a huge boost by batting .364 with a team-record six home runs and 19 RBI. She paced the Knights with a .411 on-base percentage and a .574 slugging percentage as she scored a team-best 25 runs.
Junior Grace Gilmore fired a seven-over par 79 and was backed by sophomores Geraldine Tellbuescher and Shannon Holden posting scores of 80 and 81, respectively, as Carleton opened the 2015 NCAA Championships with a 331 team score. The Knights’ tally left them in ninth place, but only six shots back of the top five.