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CUT and Syzygy place second at Regionals, advance to Nationals in Boulder

Last weekend in Decorah, IA, four of Carleton’s ultimate frisbee teams battled premiere competition from the around the upper Midwest at the Central Regionals, a double-elimination tournament held to produce qualifiers for the College National Championships. With two Nationals bids up for grabs on both the men’s and women’s sides,…

Basketball loses heartbreaker to Gustavus in Semis

The Knights lost to Gustavus in dramatic fashion last night in overtime in the MIAC semi-finals.The Knights led for most of the contest and the entire second half until Gustavus’ Jesse Van Sickle hit a three pointer with five seconds left in regulation. Gustavus then won in overtime 71-70. Jeremy…

Knights basketball falls in heartbreaker, Goat Trophy in jeopardy

Despite their superior record, the Carleton Men’s basketball team (10-3, 5-3 MIAC) came up inches short on a freezing Wednesday night, falling to cross-town rival St. Olaf (6-8, 4-5 MIAC), 61-60 and putting the famed Goat Trophy up for grabs on February 20th in the next meeting between the two…

Volleyball season comes to an end: fall in MIAC quarterfinals

The Carleton College volleyball team (19-5), seeded No. 5 in the 2007 MIAC Volleyball Playoffs, had their championship ambitions shattered on Tuesday, as they traveled to Bethel University to face the No. 4 Royals (23-7) in an opening round playoff game and were promptly dispatched by the higher seed, 3-0…

Carleton volleyball clinches playoff spot

Almost everything seemed to go right for the Carleton volleyball team this past week, as the Knights (19-3, 7-3 MIAC), as they scored victories over Concordia-Moorhead and St. Mary’s, clinching a spot in the MIAC playoffs in the process. The Knights are currently third in the MIAC, and depending on…

Knights volleyball loses heartbreaker

In a hotly contested match that could have gone either way, the Carleton College volleyball team (17-3, 5-3 MIAC) came up just short this Wednesday, losing a close one to the College of Saint Benedict 3-2 (25-30, 30-25, 22-30, 30-27, 8-15) at Claire Lynch Hall. The Knights have now lost…