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The Carleton College men’s tennis team erased a 2-1 deficit after doubles and notched its fourth win of the season over a regionally-ranked opponent. This time the No. 13-ranked Knights rallied for a 6-3 victory over No. 19 Luther.
After having their last two conference doubleheaders postponed by weather, the Carleton College softball team was back on the diamond Sunday afternoon, but the Knights are still seeking their first MIAC victory of 2016 after dropping both games against Augsburg College by scores of 7-1 and 8-5.
The Carleton College men’s track and field squad competed at the Ashton May Invitational in La Crosse on Saturday, along with 14 other teams from across NCAA Division I, II, and III.
Competing at the Ashton May Invitational, in which 16 Division I, II, and III teams from around the Midwest took part, the Carleton College women’s track and field team placed a solid seventh, with several Knights notching impressive early-season performances.
The Carleton College softball team hit the road for a non-conference doubleheader at Crown College, and the Knights came away with victories by scores of 9-5 and 8-4.
The Carleton College baseball team rallied to score twice in the final frame and earned a walkoff 4-3 victory in the opener of Wednesday’s doubleheader against visiting Saint John’s University. Hayden Tsutsui’s knotted the game with his first home run of the day and three batters later Griffin Bolte smacked a game-winning RBI-triple off the centerfield fence. Game two was suspended after the 10th inning due to darkness with the contest tied at 3-3. That contest will likely be continued at a date yet to be determined.
First-year Ziyi Wang and senior Grace Gilmore fired final round 77s to help the Carleton College women’s golf team finish in a tie for second place at the Washington University (Mo.) Spring Invitational. Wang’s two-day scoring total (78-77=155) ranked third overall, earning her a spot on the all-tournament team.
The Carleton College softball team dropped its first MIAC doubleheader of the season to Hamline University on Sunday. After the Knights took a late lead in game one, the Pipers mounted a seventh-inning comeback to secure the 7-5 victory. Hamline’s 11-run fourth inning in game two proved too much for Carleton as the Knights drop the contest by a score of 11-3.
The Carleton College baseball team opened the conference portion of the season with a sweep at Macalester College. The Knights prevailed, 1-0, in a game-one pitcher’s duel, while the offense came through for a 9-7 triumph in the nightcap.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – On what was a near-ideal day for outdoor competition, the Carleton College women’s track and field team commenced its outdoor season at the Hamline Invitational with several stellar individual performances.
The Carleton College men’s track and field team took part in its first full-squad meet of the outdoor season at Hamline University today. Hart Hornor got things going for the Knights by placing second in the 5000-meter run. He finished as the top collegiate runner with a time of 14:38.69 that ranks first in the MIAC and fourth in all of NCAA Division III.
Led by a sweep of the singles matches, the Carleton College men’s tennis team posted an 8-1 victory over Concordia College-Moorhead on Saturday afternoon. The Knights improved to 4-0 in conference play, keeping them in a tie atop the MIAC standings.
It had been nearly a month since the Carleton College women’s tennis team last played a match close to campus and more than week since the team played an opponent during Spring Break, but the Knights look right at home and showed no signs of rust as the team cruised to a 9-0 victory over Concordia College-Moorhead. Caitlin Shea, Julia Krumholz, and Caroline Greenberg did not surrender a game as each won in both singles and doubles.