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The Carleton College men's golf team finished the MIAC Championships in seventh place—their best finish since 2010—after shooting a three-round total of 934. The Knights shot a final day 307, their lowest team score of the tournament. Leading the way during the 54-hole competition was junior Ned Rohrbach, who tied for eighth overall.
Kelsey Moede matched her season best with a three-over par 75, and a back-nine birdie barrage lifted No. 2 Carleton to the lead after the second round of the 2014 MIAC Championships. The Knights recorded seven birdies among their four scoring players over the final nine holes on Saturday, reversing what had grown into an eight-shot deficit to a seven-shot advantage by the end of the day. The red numbers allowed the Knights to post the low round of the championship at 311, giving them a 636 two-day total. The Knights lead Bethel (643) and St. Thomas (647) heading into Monday’s final round.
For the second time in eight days and the third time this season, senior Jordan Cammarota delivered the game-winning overtime goal for the Carleton College men’s soccer team. This time, his 94th-minute free-kick goal accounted for all the scoring in the Knights’ 1-0 victory at Saint John’s.
In a battle of teams undefeated in conference play, a 27th-minute goal by sophomore Ava Lewis put the Carleton College women’s soccer team ahead, and the Knights never looked back en route to winning a 2-0 victory against national No. 13 College of Saint Benedict.
After having to wait almost three weeks since their last victory, the Carleton College volleyball team earned their first MIAC win in dramatic fashion, as the Knights defeated No. 17 Saint Benedict in four sets (25-23, 25-20, 20-25, 27-25) Saturday afternoon. The win marks the Knights' first victory over a ranked opponent since Carleton topped No. 31 Laverne during the 2010 season. The victory also marked Carleton’s first win over a ranked conference team since the Knights defeated No. 17 Concordia-Moorhead during the 2007 season.
The Carleton College football team could not slow down one of the top passing attacks in the nation, and the Knights lost, 50-0, at Gustavus Adolphus College. The Gusties came into the day ranked fourth in Division III and seventh in the NCAA (all divisions) after averaging 407.8 passing yards per game over their first four contests.
The Carleton College Men’s Cross Country team raced to a fifth-place team finish at the Blugold Invitational hosted by UW-Eau Claire. Junior Hart Hornor led the charge for Carleton taking second place overall against the stacked field, racing home in 21:44.4.
The No. 16-ranked Carleton College Women’s Cross Country team continued its early season success by capturing the team title at the Blugold Invitational hosted by UW-Eau Claire. Junior Ruth Steinke won the race with a time of 21:59.7.
Karen Halls (SR./Edina, Minn.) claimed a match-best 22 kills and hit .383, while Lucy Stevens (Fy./Portland, Ore./Oregon Episcopal School) added 19 kills and hit .421, but the Carleton College volleyball team’s comeback bid fell just short in the Knights five-set loss (25-22, 26-24, 17-25, 20-25, 15-13) to Concordia College Friday evening at Memorial Coliseum.
A goal by senior Ellie Wilson early in the second-half propelled the Carleton College women’s soccer team to a hard-fought, 1-0 victory over St. Catherine University.
The Carleton College athletic department, coaches, and varsity student-athletes are pleased to announce the 16th Annual "Halloween KNIGHT" Carnival to be held Sunday, Oct. 26 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Men's Golf team finishes play at the Twin Cities Classic.
Carleton College goalkeeper Mikayla Coulombe did everything she could to get her team a positive result as she was credited with a career-best 19 saves on the road against a regionally-ranked Wartburg College squad. Unfortunately for Carleton, the hard-fought tussle resulted in a 1-0, double overtime victory for the hosts.
The Men's Golf team completes second round play at the Twin Cities Classic Saturday.
A trio of second-half goals, including two by sophomore Ava Lewis gave the Carleton College women’s soccer team a 3-0 triumph at Bethel University.
Jordan Cammarota sliced through the Bethel University defense and delivered the game-winner, leading the Carleton College Men’s Soccer team to a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory.
A fourth-quarter touchdown pass from Ethan Trujillo to Pete Dehkes accounted for the Knights’ scoring as the Carleton College football team dropped a 38-7 decision to national No. 15-ranked Bethel University.
Lucy Stevens (Fy./Portland, Ore./Oregon Episcopal School) claimed a career-best 17 kills and hit .471, while Karen Halls (SR./Edina, Minn.) added a 23 kills and six blocks (one solo), but the Carleton College volleyball team fell in a thrilling five-set match (25-23, 23-25, 25-17, 23-25, 15-10) to No. 24 Augsburg College in front of a raucous crowd at West Gym Friday evening.
Karen Halls (SR./Edina, Minn.) claimed a match-best 11 kills and added a service ace but the Carleton College volleyball team fell in three-sets (25-23, 25-13, 25-23) to Gustavus Adolphus College Wednesday evening. The matched marked the Knights (10-4 overall, 0-2 MIAC) first appearance at West Gym during conference play this season.
The Carleton College men's soccer team received a clutch, breakout performance over the weekend from midfielder Jordy Cammarota. The Knights' senior racked up three goals—including a game-winning score—and one assist for a seven-point weekend. For his performance, Cammarota was honored Tuesday with the MIAC Men's Soccer Athlete-of-the-Week award.