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Updated: 5 weeks 21 hours ago
Despite the fourth double-double of the season from Kevin Grow, the Carleton College men’s basketball team dropped a 66-54 result to visiting Hamline University on Saturday afternoon.
Cece Leone paced the Carleton College women’s basketball team with a 14-point effort and Katie Chavez added 12 points, but the Knights were not able to overcome a 1-for-17 performance from three-point range and dropped a 75-50 result to visiting Hamline University.
Former Carleton College women’s soccer player Bailey Ulbricht ’15 has been named a Marshall Scholarship winner. She plans to use the funding provided by this award to attend graduate school at SOAS University of London.
Katie Chavez tallied 13 points and six assists to pace the Knights, but a slow start for the offense overall proved too much to overcome as the Carleton College women’s basketball team dropped a 68-58 result at Macalester College.
Mitchell Biewen scored a team-best 14 points in his return to the Knights’ starting lineup and Kevin Grow notched his 24th career double-double to help the Carleton College men’s basketball team to a 62-59 triumph over visiting Macalester College.
For the 12th consecutive season, the Carleton College men’s soccer team is represented on the All-Region team announced National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). This time around, both defender Kevin Doyle and forward Riley Phelps were tabbed for the All-North Region Third Team.
For the second time this season, Carleton College sophomore Caroline Mather was selected as the CollegeSwimming.com Swimmer-of-the-Week for the MIAC. Each week, CollegeSwimming.com selects swimmers-of-the-week for NCAA Division I, II, and III.
Beau Smit scored a game-high 19 points to spark the Carleton College men’s basketball team to a 105-61 victory over non-conference foe Crown College. That tied for the fifth-highest scoring output in program history and the most points tallied by the Knights since a 111-104 triumph at Bethel on Feb. 12, 1996. The margin of victory is Carleton’s third-largest in the shot clock era (since 1985-86).
The Carleton College swimming and diving teams took part in the two-day competition at the Jean Freeman Invitational hosted by the University of Minnesota. The 17-team field included a trio of NCAA Division I programs: Minnesota, South Dakota State, and University of South Dakota. The biggest highlights of the weekend came on Friday as both Caroline Mather and Maria Wetzel posted NCAA ‘B’ cut times.
The Carleton College men’s basketball team dropped a second consecutive road contest to open the MIAC schedule, this time falling 62-45 at Saint John’s University. Mitchell Biewen finished with 14 points and was the lone Knight in double figures.
Three players finished in double figures for the Knights, but the Carleton College women’s basketball team could not match the scoring pace of host Saint Benedict as the Blazers shot 57 percent in the contest and prevailed 88-52.
Moriah Arnold became the latest in a long line of All-Region performers for the Carleton College women’s soccer program. The senior defender was voted to the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) All-North Region Third Team, becoming the Knights’ 14th All-Region performer since 2010.
Kevin Grow notched his second straight double-double—tallying game highs of 20 points and 11 rebounds—and Freddie Gillespie added a 19-point, nine-rebound effort, but it was not enough to offset hot perimeter shooting by host Saint Mary’s University as the Cardinals topped the Knights, 74-67 in the conference opener for both programs.
Samantha Cooke poured in a game-high 26 points for the Knights, but the Carleton College women’s basketball team could not avoid heartbreak in the MIAC opener versus Saint Mary’s as Emma Schaeffer banked in an off-balance runner with 0.5 second remaining in overtime to lift the visiting Cardinals to a 61-60 victory.
Kevin Grow and the Carleton College men's basketball team certainly enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday, with a 1-1 trip to Hawaii and a good showing against two NCAA Division II programs. Grow picked up his second career MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week award after averaging a double-double with 15.5 points and 10.0 rebounds per game.
The Carleton College men’s basketball team wrapped up its biennial trip to the Hawaiian Islands with a 68-59 victory over BYU-Hawaii, a NCAA Division II program. The Knights had four players finish in double figures, including Kevin Grow, who posted season highs with 19 points and 13 rebounds.
Cece Leone poured in a career-best 21 points—including a dagger three pointer in the final minute—to lead the Carleton College women’s basketball team to a 76-68 non-conference victory over Pomona-Pitzer on the final day of action at the David Wells Classic.
POMONA, Calif. – The Carleton College women’s basketball team shot only 22 percent for the contest and dropped a 65-37 result to No. 25-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Friday, the first day of play at the David Wells Classic.
Sophomore Freddie Gillespie came off the bench to tally 17 points and 11 rebounds—both career highs—and senior Mitchell Biewen contributed a 21-point effort, but the Carleton College men’s basketball team absorbed a 79-70 setback to Hawaii Pacific University, a NCAA Division II program.
A total of eight Carleton College football players took home accolades as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) coaches handed out their postseason awards. Defensive tackle Pete Boerma repeated as an All-MIAC First-Team selection. The Knights also had two players voted to the all-conference second team. Wide receiver Zach Creighton was named to the offensive unit, while defensive back Dylan Saline was selected to the special teams unit.