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The Carleton College softball team prevailed 5-1 and 8-5 during Sunday’s doubleheader at Macalester College. That gives the Knights 23 victories on the season, breaking the team record of 21 wins established in 2000.

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On paper, Saturday’s season-opener for Northfield boys lacrosse didn’t project to be especially close against a Duluth team that finished 14-2 last year, and a night before raced to a double-digit victory against a Rochester Century squad that swept Northfield a season ago.

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In terms of contrast, there might not be a more extreme example than this year’s Northfield girls lacrosse team. With 12 seniors, it’s easy to label the Raiders as experienced. Although with 18 freshman, it also doesn’t take much work to highlight the youth and potential inexperience. For No…

After a record-setting week the included three no-hitters, junior Julie Graf of the St. Olaf College softball team was selected as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Softball Pitcher of the Week on Monday afternoon.

The No. 1-ranked Carleton College women’s golf team continued its winning ways, capturing the team title at the WashU Spring Invitational by 10 strokes. The 15-team field included four programs ranked in the Golfstat top 10 along with six other programs ranked inside the top 40.

The St. Olaf College athletic department is pleased to announce the hiring of Tracy Johnson as the fourth head women’s hockey coach in program history, as announced by Senior Associate Athletic Director Mike Ludwig on Friday.

The Carleton College softball team opened MIAC play by splitting a doubleheader against Augsburg University. The Knights (15-4, 1-1 MIAC) dropped a 1-0 nail-biter in the opener but got the bats going in time for an 11-4 triumph in the second game. The games were originally slated to be held …

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Not that every kid doesn't love mowing his lawn, but Ira Carlson's ears always perked up whenever he was tackling the Sunday afternoon chore. Carlson, now 47, moved to Dundas when he was 7 and quickly learned to love his new digs.

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