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On April 18, the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) released a re-vamped regular season and postseason schedule baseball due to poor playing conditions during the first half of April. It is hoped that this new schedule will allow teams to play their full allotment of confer…

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The St. Olaf softball team swept Concordia-Moorhead, 5-3 and 11-1, on Wednesday afternoon at Jake Christensen Stadium. St. Olaf has won four in a row and five of its last six.

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Even the April Blizzard of 2018 was not enough to slow down the Carleton College women’s track and field team as they finished the 71st annual Carleton Relays with 10 overall victories. Due to Mother Nature’s influence, however, this year’s meet took on a different look from the previous 70 …

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Emily Carr went a combined 5-for-8 with a homer, two doubles and four RBIs as St. Olaf swept a MIAC softball doubleheader with Hamline University, including a 10-inning 6-5 victory in the first game, at Augsburg’s Dome late Friday night into Saturday morning.

As much as you can be an underdog in an all-star setting with top talent from across the state, that’s how Northfield’s Kate Boland and Siri Lindell felt with the rest of their Section 1 teammates before Friday’s opening game at the CCM Spring High Performance Festival in Plymouth.

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Sam Kile tossed her sixth career shutout to help the Carleton College softball team earn a doubleheader split with St. Catherine University on Sunday evening. The Wildcats won the opener 11-3 (6 inn.) before Kile propelled the Knights to a 2-0 victory in game two in Minneapolis.

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The St. Olaf softball team (10-8, 0-2 MIAC) was shut out in a pair of conference games against Saint Mary’s University (8-8, 2-0 MIAC), falling 1-0 and 4-0 in the doubleheader on Wednesday at the Dundas Dome.

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Kristina Conrad dropped only one game total in winning both her singles and doubles matches as the Carleton College women’s tennis team bested cross-town foe St. Olaf College by an 8-1 margin.

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St. Olaf first year catcher Hannah Matthies was named the MIAC Softball Athlete of the Week on Monday after she went 9-for-17 with a home run and five runs batted in to help the Oles go 5-1 last week. Matthies had two hits in three at-bats with a home run and a stolen base in a 10-2 win over…

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Mother Nature seems to be pulling off a late April Fool’s joke by sending a winter storm and following it up with a cold spell. That has led to a shuffling of plans for several Carleton spring sport squads:

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