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Women’s lacrosse hosts off-season tournament

Last Sunday the fields around the Rec Center were alive with lacrosse. The women’s team hosted the first large lacrosse tournament at Carleton in over two years, attracting eight teams from all over Minnesota and Wisconsin for a day filled to the brim with friendly competition. The focus of the…

Knights men’s soccer hold steady in national rankings

For the second straight week, the Carleton men’s soccer team finds itself at No. 20 in the NSCAA/addidas® national rankings. This is the first season in which the Knights have been nationally ranked. The Knights were a perfect 3-0 last week, with each victory marking a substantial milestone in the…

Knights football spoil the Piper homecoming

Hamline University mistakenly scheduled Carleton College for what they hoped to be a Piper-friendly homecoming game last Saturday, and the Knights capitalized on this error to earn their first MIAC win of the season. The Carleton offense outgained the Pipers 516 to 182 in total yards in a 31-17 victory,…

Women’s soccer advance winning streak to 7 games

The Carleton women’ soccer team is running a seven game winning streak and only has 3 MIAC games left in their regular season schedule. They currently hold spot 5 in the conference rankings, although they have played fewer games that some of the teams ranked above them, and the Knights…

Men’s cross country 24th in nation

The Carleton men’s cross country team used a very strong performance this last weekend to help them in their steady ascent up the national rankings. The team is now ranked 24th in NCAA Division III, after an impressive win at the Lewis and Clark Pioneer Open in Estacada, Oregon, last…

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…