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After watching a three-run lead evaporate in the final inning of a 9-8, game one loss, the Carleton College baseball team was able to shake off the setback and rebound for a 4-3 triumph in game two. Sophomore Hayden Tsutsui hit two home runs on the day and collected five RBI.
The Carleton College softball team snapped its losing streak with a pair of victories over cross-town rival St. Olaf College, topping the Oles, 1-0 and 9-2. Sophomore Keelin Davis twirled a gem in game one, while senior Jenny Ramey became the team’s all-time home run leader in a big game with the bat during the nightcap.
Carleton jumped four spots to 17th in the latest Golf World/WGCA Division III poll. The Knights’ move is the largest in this week’s poll and comes on the heels of Carleton’s impressive T4th finish at the Washington University (St. Louis) Spring Invitational. Carleton’s spring team average of 317.25 is more than seven shots lower than its fall average.
Despite sending only a small contingent across town to compete at the Manitou Classic, the Carleton College women’s track and field claimed victories in five events at the unscored meet hosted by St. Olaf and attended by a half-dozen schools.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team defeated neighboring St. Olaf College, 6-3, in a hard-fought contest at the Bell Field Courts. With the result, the Knights clinched a spot in the six-team conference playoff to be held later this month.
Carleton College's Amelia Campbell won the heptathlon at the CSB-SJU Invitational last weekend with a new school-record score that ranks No. 1 in both the MIAC and all of Division III this season. For her latest record-breaking performance, Campbell was named the MIAC Women's Outdoor Field Athlete-of-the-Week.
After a pair of nail-biter walkoff wins on Sunday, the Carleton College baseball team’s bats lit up in a dominant display to win both games of a non-conference doubleheader against Finlandia University by final tallies of 14-0 and 14-5.
The nationally No. 24-ranked Carleton College women’s tennis team continued its string of victories in MIAC play with today’ s 9-0 win over crosstown rival St Olaf College. The Knights are now 8-0 (14-2 overall) and now sit alone atop the MIAC standings. Monday's match was moved indoors to due to windy weather, but the change in venue had little impact as the Knights swept all nine matches over the Oles.
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 on Sunday. The Knights prevailed 2-1 in the opener, then persevered for a 4-3, 12-inning win in game two.
The Carleton College softball team was swept for the third time in as many doubleheaders, falling at Augsburg College by scores of 4-1 and 3-2.
In a rematch of last year’s conference playoff final, the Carleton College women’s tennis team defeated the visiting University of St. Thomas, 7-2, behind a string of dominating singles victories. The triumph clinched another playoff spot for the Knights and leaves Carleton (7-0 MIAC) and Gustavus Adolphus (5-0 MIAC) as the only unbeatens in the conference.
Jonah Barry trimmed more than 25 seconds off his previous best in wining the 5000-meter run at the Saint John’s Invitational. He clocked a time of 14:58.27 and was hardly alone in establishing a new personal standard. In fact all five Carleton racers in the 5000-meter race posted new PR’s.
Ellie Wilson took top honors in the 400-meter dash, one of six event victories for the Carleton College women’s track and field team at the CSB-SJU Invitational. Amelia Campbell won all seven events in the heptathlon and smashed the Carleton record with her final tally of 4,947 points.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team trailed after doubles and was tied 3-3 midway through singles before the Knights rallied to win the last three singles matches and defeat Saint John’s University, 6-3. The win moves Carleton to 13-7 overall and gives the Knights a perfect 5-0 conference record.
Ray Yong smacked two home runs in game one and collected six RBI on the day, but the Carleton College baseball team dropped both ends of a twinbill at Bethel University, falling 12-7 and 5-3.
The Carleton College softball team opened a full weekend of action with a doubleheader at St. Catherine University. The Knights could not sustain an early lead in the dropping the opener, 6-4, then watched the Wildcats pickup a 1-0, walkoff victory in game two.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team returned to their winning ways and dispatched Hamline University, 7-2, Friday in a home match at Bell Field. The Knights were coming into their first conference match since Feb 28 and extended their record to 12-7 overall and 4-0 in MIAC action with the victory.
Jenny Ramey belted her first two home runs of the season in game one, but the Carleton College softball team found itself on the wrong end of two tight contests, falling to visiting Gustavus Adolphus College by scores of 6-4 and 2-0.
The Carleton women's tennis team continued its tremendous season last week with a pair of convincing victories over Wheaton and Saint Benedict. Top singles and doubles player Anne Lombardi led the way in both wins, as the senior went a perfect 4-0 last week with all her victories coming in straight sets. For her performance, Lombardi was named the MIAC Women's Tennis Athlete-of-the-Week.