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Guevin wins Academic All-District Award

Carleton’s righthanded pitcher Ethan Guevin was selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 5 second team. He went 3-5 with a 3.21 ERA, while ranking fifth in the conference with 47 strikeouts over 47.2 innings pitched. Guevin’s earned run average was fourth among MIAC hurlers with as many innings.…

Wind proves too much for women’s tennis

The women’s tennis team finally returned to outdoor play 18 days after Spring Break only to be stopped by the wind-efficient Scots of Macalester. The women uncharacteristically began the dual with singles play. Macalester certainly made the best of the wind and home-court advantage, winning the first five singles matches…

Men’s golf spring preview

After terrific improvement during the fall season under new coach Jerry Ericksen’s watch, the Carleton men’s golf team looks to continue to rise in the MIAC. Alec Roman ’10 who became the first Carleton men’s golfer since 2003 to receive all-MIAC honors and only the fourth Knight ever, should continue…

Women’s Golf ranked 18th in latest Golf World Poll

The Carleton College women’s golf team, on the strength of strong showings at the Jekyll Island Collegiate and Wartburg Spring Invitational, moved up four spots to 18th in the latest Golf World/National Golf Coaches Association Division III Coaches poll. It marks the highest ranking in school history for the Knights,…

Oken-Berg scores 1,000th point in loss

Junior Hannah Oken-Berg tallied 17 points to become the 10th member of Carleton College’s 1,000-point club, but it was not enough as the Knights fell to crosstown rival St. Olaf College, 63-51. Oken-Berg entered the contest needing only one point to reach 1,000 and wasted little time reaching the milestone…

Women’s tennis defeats Bethel, 5-4

The Carleton College women’s tennis team won four of the six singles matches to secure a 5-4 victory over Bethel University. The Knights, ranked No. 15 in the Central Region, improved to 3-0 overall and in the conference. Hannah Clemons ’10 prevailed at second singles and teamed with senior Anna…

Despite poor shooting, Knights win

The Carleton College men’s basketball team (15-7, 10-7 MIAC) moved up to the third slot in the conference standings following a 68-57 victory at Hamline University (7-15, 5-12 MIAC ) on Wednesday night. The Knights got a game-high 23 points and nine rebounds from junior Zach Johnson as Carleton improved…

Women’s basketball ranks fourth as playoffs near

The Carleton College women’s basketball team (14-8, 13-6 MIAC) took over the fourth spot in the conference standings with a 67-64 victory over Hamline University (12-10, 9-10 MIAC) on Wednesday night. The Knights had five players reach double digits, including Annie Isler ’08 and Amber Connor ’10 who paced the…

Men win Meet of Hearts with nine first place finishes

The Carleton College track and field teams hosted the fifth annual Meet of the Hearts on Saturday. The Knights got into the Valentine’s Day mood a little early by finishing first in nine events, including the first six track events to secure a surprising first-place team finish. Carleton took top…

Drake receives All-District Academic Award

Carleton College senior wing Tommy Drake was selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 5 men’s basketball second team. He also ranks 10th on the Knights’ all-time scoring chart with 1,216 career points. Drake, an economics major who possesses a 3.60 GPA, was an All-MIAC First Team selection for…