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Knights football falls to Concordia

In a game riddled with impressive stats, the kind that fantasy football championships are made of, the Carleton Knights were unable to match the performance of a high-powered Concordia offense and fell to 3-5 on the year with a 54-21 loss. Proving that ignorance is indeed bliss, the Cobbers (named…

Women’s soccer, unexpected ending

The Carleton women’s soccer season ended last Saturday when their 10 game winning streak was broken by cross town rival St. Olaf in the remaining seconds of the match. The Knights had beaten St. Catherine’s 4-0 the previous Thursday, pushing them ahead in the rankings. If they had either tied…

Knights earn MIAC title but fall to Oles in first playoff game

This week’s review brings mixed news for Carleton men’s soccer as they clinched the MIAC title but failed in their bid to advance to the playoff final. Carleton looked superb on Saturday as they defeated cross-town rivals St. Olaf 2-1 to claim the second conference championship in the school’s history.…

Men’s soccer rises to 18th in Nation

The Knights extended their unbeaten streak to 15 games with a victory against Northwestern and a draw against Hamline. Despite dominating the match with 25 shots compared to the Piper’s four, the Knights were unable to bury the bone throughout regular time and two overtime periods. After realizing that they…

Women’s soccer keeps winning

The Carleton women’s soccer team continues to win in its bid to make the MIAC playoffs. On Sat., Oct. 20, the team had an overwhelming 5-0 road victory over Hamline University in which Dylan Welch ‘08 led the Knights with a goal and to assists. Sophie Wood ‘09 notched her…

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…

Bright spots, but Knights football falls to Auggies

Despite dominating several key statistical categories, Carleton College was unable to overcome an early deficit in falling to Augsburg 16-38. The Knights averaged nearly 1.5 yards more per pass completion and 10 yards more per punt than the Auggies, had a 16-10 post-first-quarter scoring advantage, and held a 5.6 percent…

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…