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Carleton is ranked 20th in the final Golf World/Women’s Golf Coaches Association’s Division III coaches poll of the fall season. The Knights are one of three ranked conference schools. The Knights, who finished second by one shot at the MIAC Championships in October, are also ranked second in the initial NCAA Midwest Region rankings. The NCAA rankings are used to select teams to the NCAA Championships after the conclusion of the spring season.
In a sign of how the game would go for the Carleton College men’s basketball team, the Knights came up empty on their first four possessions and ultimately suffered a 65-37 defeat to rival St. Olaf College.
Skylar Tsutsui led three Knights in double figures, but her bid for a game-tying shot at the buzzer missed the mark as the Carleton College women’s basketball team dropped a 73-70 decision at rival St. Olaf College.
The Carleton College men's basketball team came up just short in its three tough nonconference games last week, but senior Taylor Hanson starred with a trio of outstanding performances. The Knights' forward was one rebound shy of a double-double in all three games, and averaged 19.7 points, 10.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game.
Tianen Chen scored a career-best and game-high 26 points with nine rebounds and Taylor Hanson (Sr./Saint Paul, Minn./Minnehaha Academy) posted his second double-double of the season with 15 points and 12 boards but the Carleton College men’s basketball team lost to No. 16 Whitworth University, 70-61
Skylar Tsutsui poured in a career-best 29 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Carleton College women’s basketball team lost for the first time this season, falling 105-84 to Catholic University at the Colorado College Thanksgiving Classic.
Senior Taylor Hanson had a career-high 23 points to go along with nine rebounds, five assists, two steals, and a block, but his stat-stuffing line was not enough as the Carleton College men’s basketball team dropped a 71-66 overtime decision at Colorado College.
The Carleton College women’s basketball team opened the 2013-14 campaign with a convincing 85-62 victory at Colorado College. The Knights had five players in double figures, including a career-best 21 point-effort off the bench by sophomore Michele Arima.
Seniors Anthony Kemper and Brian Frett were two of the top receiving targets in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC). Both were recognized for their abilities when conference coaches voted them to the 2013 All-MIAC Second Team.
Five players finished in double figures for the Carleton College men’s basketball team—including double-doubles by both senior Taylor Hanson and sophomore John Eckert—but it was not enough as the Knights dropped their season opener, 77-73, to visiting Wartburg College,
The Carleton College men’s cross country team returned to the national meet for the first time in six seasons and used a strong mid-race surge in racing to a 16th-place result. Hart Hornor concluded his strong sophomore campaign by being the Knights’ top finisher, crossing the line 64th with a time of 25:40.8.
The Carleton College women’s cross country squad capped the 2013 season with an 18th-place result at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships. The Knights easily possessed the youngest team in the field, counting four first-years, two sophomores and a junior among their seven racers. Colette Celichowski (Jr./Shorewood, Minn./Minnetonka) was Carleton’s top finisher, placing 59th overall in a field of 280 racers.
For the 13th consecutive year, the Carleton College women’s soccer team earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s (NSCAA) Team Academic Award after posting a team cumulative GPA of 3.57 for the 2012-13 academic year. The Knights have earned this honor every year since 2001.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team has earned yet another National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s (NSCAA) Team Academic Award after posting a team cumulative GPA of 3.34 for the 2012-13 academic year. The Knights have received this award each year since 2000.
Both Carleton College cross country teams are headed to the NCAA Division III Championships to be hosted by Hanover College (Ind.) on Saturday, Nov. 23. Each Knight squad is nationally ranked and rides a wave of momentum into nationals. The six-kilometer women’s race begins at 11 a.m. ET followed by the men’s eight-kilometer competition at 12:30 p.m. ET. Live video of the meet is available via NCAA.com. Results will be posted on the NCAA Championships website.
The Carleton College football team trailed Augsburg by 21 in the third quarter, and still by 17 with just 7:30 to play, but the Knights pulled off the biggest Carleton comeback in at least 17 years by rallying for an amazing 49-45 victory. Star receiver Anthony Kemper led the way with more than 100 yards, countless big plays down the stretch, and the game-winning touchdown. For his role in the historic win, Kemper was named the final MIAC Football Offensive Player-of-the-Week for the 2013 season.
The Carleton College men’s cross country team received the news for which the Knights had been hoping. Carleton received one of 16 at-large bids to the upcoming NCAA Championships and will be participating at the national meet for the first time since 2007.
The Carleton College men’s cross country team finished fourth at the NCAA Central Region Championships. Leading the way was sophomore Hart Hornor (So./Seattle, Wash./Roosevelt), who placed 11th overall with a time of 25:26.26 and automatically qualified for next weekend’s NCAA national championship meet.
The Carleton College women raced to a second-place finish in the team competition at the NCAA Central Regional championships, securing a spot in next weekend’s national championship race to be held in Hanover, Ind. Four Knights earned All-Region recognition.
The Carleton College men’s soccer team saw its season come to an abrupt halt with a 1-0 loss to Westminster College (Mo.) in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships.