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The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team combined for four all-conference swims on the first day of competition at the MIAC Championships. The Knights sit third in the team standings thanks to a school-record breaking performance in the 400-yard medley relay.
After the first day of competition of the MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships, the Carleton College women stand fifth overall. Rookie Maria Wetzel and senior Milana Socha led the way for the Knights, as both figured in prominently in both relays and turned in solid individual results at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center.
First-year Caroline Greenberg was one of four players to prove victorious in both singles and doubles play as the No. 29-ranked Carleton College women’s tennis team posted a 9-0 triumph over Hamline University.
The MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Feb. 13-15 at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center. The Carleton College teams will be looking to make their mark against another deep and talented field at this year’s conference meet. Information on tickets, results, live video and more is now available.
The post-season prospects for the Carleton College men’s basketball team took a hit with a 67-60 loss at Concordia College on Monday night. The defeat leaves the Knights two games out of the final playoff spot with only three games to play.
Jenny Ramey scored 17 points to lead four Knights in double figures, but an upset bid by the Carleton College women’s basketball team evaporated early in the second half as the squad lost, 84-60, at Concordia College.
The Carleton College women’s tennis team improved to 3-0 this season following a second consecutive triumph over a NCAA Division II program. This time the Knights topped St. Cloud State University, 9-0, with third-set tiebreakers by seniors Molly Hemes and Katherine Greenberg completing the shutout.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team opened the regular season with a pair of non-conference matches. The Knights swept Ripon College, 9-0, then went the distance with College of St. Scholastica before falling, 5-4. All fourteen players that saw court time for Carleton came away with at least one victory on the day.
Despite three players with double-digit scoring performances, including senior Taylor Hanson’s game-high 23 points to match with his seven rebounds, the Carleton College men’s basketball team’s second-half comeback fell just short, 62-57, against the visitors from Gustavus Adolphus College.
The Carleton College women’s basketball team saw its slide continue with a 67-52 loss to Gustavus Adolphus College. Guards Michele Arima and Jenny Ramey tallied 18 and 17 points, respectively, to pace the Knights in scoring.