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On the strength of two goals and an assist—all in the first half—from senior Riley Phelps, the Carleton College men’s soccer team secured a 4-1 win over conference foe Bethel University on Tuesday.
Carleton junior Lucy Stevens claimed her fifth career MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week award for her performance in a pair of tough conference matches last week.
Due to flood damage sustained at Laird Stadium, the Carleton College football team is moving its Homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 1 to Northfield High School. The contest versus Hamline University will still have a 1 p.m. kickoff.
Ayumi Sakamoto, Alyssa Akiyama tie for fourth, short-handed Carleton finishes second by a single shot at the College City Challenge.
The Carleton College men’s golf team defeated Macalester College, 6-3, in a modified match play format as the teams squared off at Highland National Golf Course. Led by co-captain Perry Strong’s score of four-under-par on the final seven holes, the Knights won the match, 6.0-3.0.
Ziyi Wang fired an even par on the inward nine holes, ending the College City Challenge's first round at four-over par 77. She leads three Knights in the top 11, with the team one shot back of St. Thomas in second place heading into Sunday's final round.
The Carleton Knights got off to another strong start today against the Blazers of the College of St Benedicts. Carleton outshot St Bens 12-5 in the first half. But the Knights were unable to finish the game and lost 2-1.
The Carleton College football team travelled to Minneapolis to take on the Augsburg College Auggies, who never trailed in the game on their way to a 49-17 win over the Knights.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team fell to St John’s University (2-3-3, 1-1-1 in MIAC) in heartbreaking fashion Saturday, dropping the away clash 3-2 in the first period of overtime.
NORTHFIELD – Despite the swirling waters of the Cannon River rushing up to West Gymnasium’s walls, a MIAC volleyball matchup between the Carleton College volleyball team (9-2, 1-1 MIAC) and Augsburg College lit up the court as the Knights succumbed to the Auggies in three sets (25-19, 25-17, 25-20) on Friday night.
The Carleton College Women’s Cross Country team has been ranked 13th nationally (USTFCCCA) for Division-III.
NORTHFIELD, Minn. – The rain came down in sheets, but not even the soaking conditions could keep the Knight faithful away from the storm taking place inside West Gymnasium as the Carleton College volleyball team took down the squad from Bethel University in a five-set thriller (25-23, 21-25, 16-25, 27-25, 18-16) Wednesday evening.
Carleton junior Emily Kaegi claimed her second MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week award of the young season for her performance in a loaded field at Saturday's St. Olaf College Invitational, where she was the third Division III runner to cross the finish line (9th Overall).
Alyssa Akiyama narrowly missed her second straight individual win, finishing one shot back in a tie for third place, but Carleton slipped to third at the D3 Classic.
The Carleton College men’s golf team enjoyed some gorgeous mid-September weather and finished 13th at the Saint John’s Fall Invitational. The Knights were helmed by a solid two-day performance from junior Perry Strong, who finished in a tie for 23rd place.
Alyssa Akiyama overcame a triple bogey by making five birdies and Ayumi Sakamoto parred 13 of the final 14 holes as the duo led Carleton to a first-round 311 in the D3 Classic, where the Knights sit second after round one.
Despite playing in front of the home crowd for the first time in nearly two weeks, the Carleton College women’s soccer team fell, 1-0, to visiting Augsburg College on Saturday.
n its conference opener, the Carleton College football team visited No. 4-ranked University of St. Thomas, which scored touchdowns on its first four possessions and never trailed in the game en route to a 62-10 result.
The No. 18-ranked Carleton College women’s cross country team finished in second at the St. Olaf Invitational. The lone team to beat the Knights was University of Minnesota-Duluth who is ranked No. 10 in NCAA Division II.