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Led by a top-10 finish by sophomore Ziyi Wang, the Carleton College women’s golf team finished fourth out of 15 teams at the Washington (Mo.) University Spring Invitational. The field included seven top-25 teams.
The Carleton College baseball team absorbed a pair of non-conference setbacks to Buena Vista University on Sunday, including a 3-2 extra-inning loss in the opener before the Beavers opened the floodgates for a 16-5 triumph in game two.
Molly Steinberg’s bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh inning earned the Carleton College softball team a walkoff, 3-2 victory over St. Catherine University in the second game of Sunday’s doubleheader. The Knights had dropped the opener 13-2 (5 inn.) but erased a pair of deficits for the comeback triumph that snapped a five-game slide.
The Carleton College women’s tennis team remains in a tie atop the MIAC standings following a 9-0 victory over College of Saint Benedict on Sunday afternoon. The victory was the fourth straight for the Knights, who saw five players win in both singles and doubles.
The Carleton College men’s golf team carded the fifth-best team score on both Friday and Saturday and, not surprisingly, finished fifth out of 12 teams at the Wartburg Spring Invitational. This is the highest finish at a 36-hole tournament with at least 10 teams since September 2007.
Led by strong play from Aaron Goodman, the Carleton College men’s tennis team posted an 8-1 victory over Luther College. With the win, the Knights improve to 3-0 versus teams found in the central region rankings.
One junior and several rookies led the way for the Carleton College men’s track and field team at the Ashton May Invite hosted by UW-La Crosse.
The Carleton College women’s track and field team saw several stellar performances at the Ashton May Invite hosted by UW-La Crosse. The Knights finished fifth out of 13 teams, and the biggest highlights came from Alexa Feeney, who broke school records on three occasions during the meet.
The scoreboard operator got quite a workout on Saturday afternoon as the Carleton College and University of Northwestern (Minn.) baseball teams combined to score 38 runs in 14 innings of action. After a heart-wrenching 10-8 loss in game one, the Knights bounced back with a 13-7 victory in game two.
The Carleton College softball team dropped both ends of Saturday’s doubleheader at Augsburg College. The Knights lost, 2-0, in the opener, then watched the hosts score nine unanswered runs to secure a 10-2 (5 inn.) result in the nightcap.
The No. 38-ranked Carleton College women’s tennis team handily defeated Luther College, by an 8-1 margin on Saturday afternoon. The Knights swept all six singles matches in straight sets en route to the decisive team victory over the Norse, who claimed the Iowa Conference championship during the fall portion of the 2016-17 campaign.
The Carleton College baseball team must have forgotten to pack the right bag of bats before hitting the road to visit Saint John’s University. The Knights were shutout in both halves of Wednesday’s doubleheader against the Johnnies, falling 7-0 and 11-0.