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Varsity athletics struggle to retain players

Carleton is not an “athletics-first” institution. Though there is not a post-secondary educational institution that would ever claim this title, it is obvious that much of the American populace, including those with the most minimal knowledge of the collegiate sports world, would be able to designate schools that put a…

Men’s Basketball transitioning through Class of 2022 departure

Carleton Men’s Basketball has the makings of a MIAC powerhouse. It has a winning tradition, capturing twenty MIAC conference titles over the duration of the program’s history. The team has had its fair share of on-court standouts, featuring six All-Americans, including 2018 grad Kevin Grow, who was named a finalist…

Carleton football brings home the Book of Knowledge

The concept of the college football rivalry trophy is one of the most nostalgic and heralded traditions in all of American sports. It summons visions of epic battles between historic schools, and heated rivalries that have spanned decades. The University of Minnesota features some of college football’s most famous, including…

Fantastic first-years making massive impact for Knights fall sports

As temperatures cool and summer officially winds down, the winds of the southern Minnesota prairies blow in a new class of academically inclined and athletically capable first-years to the grounds of Carleton College. In many ways, these newly-minted Knights are a carbon copy of the generations of new student-athletes who…

Women’s Tennis wins MIAC

On Sunday, May 5, on a perfect day at Pat Lamb courts, the Carleton Knights’ Women’s Tennis team capped off a perfect 2019 against conference opponents, defeating the Bethel Royals by a score of 5 points to 2, in the MIAC Championship. This marks the Knights’ first MIAC tournament championship…

Syz, GOP and Eclipse Headed to Nationals

As semi-warmer temperatures and the disappearance of snow usher in spring term on campus, Carleton’s most-skilled disc enthusiasts lace up their cleats in a most competitive manner, in anticipation of competitive club ultimate’s postseason. Both of Carleton’s division one (CUT and Syzygy) and division three (GoP and Eclipse) teams previously…

CUT and Syz compete at Stanford Invite

For CUT and Syzygy, eighth week involved double digit hour layovers, suiting up in their official uniforms and laying it all on the line under the warmth of the California sun, at USA Ultimate’s Stanford Invite 2019. Considered by most to be the first critical event of the ultimate season,…

Syz and CUT kick off their seasons on the East Coast

Ultimate frisbee, a mainstay of Knight culture for decades at Carleton, has officially kicked off the bulk of its season with both of Carleton’s Division 1 club ultimate teams, CUT and Syzygy (“Syz”), competing in major tournaments during the weekend of mid-winter break. The squads flew to the east coast…

Syz and CUT kick off seasons on east coast

Ultimate frisbee, a mainstay of Knight culture for decades at Carleton, has officially kicked off the bulk of its season with both of Carleton’s Division 1 club ultimate teams, CUT and Syzygy, competing in major tournaments during the weekend of mid-winter break. The squads flew to the east coast in…

Knights basketball looks to finish season strong

For the average Carl, winter break is a time when hard work takes a back seat in favor of six weeks of rest, relaxation and comprehensive decompression. This couldn’t be further from reality for our noble Knights of the hardwood, Carleton’s men’s and women’s basketball squads, who have valiantly donned…