St. John’s beats Carleton 14-10 for MIAC crown

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Carleton news: Johnnies Answer Knights’ Late Score, Steal MIAC Title

NORTHFIELD, Minn.––Matt Frank (Sr./Caledonia, Minn.) caught a 4-yard TD pass with less than a minute left to give Carleton a 10-7 lead, but Saint John’s drove 63 yards in a little more than 40 seconds, capped by a 22-yard TD catch by Jeff Schnobrich from Joe Boyle to give the Johnnies a thrilling 14-10 win over the Knights.

The win gives the Saint John’s the MIAC title outright and the NCAA Playoff bid, and denies Carleton its first conference crown since 1992. The Knights finish the season at 7-3 overall, tied for second in the MIAC standings and Carleton’s best season in 16 years.

2 thoughts on “St. John’s beats Carleton 14-10 for MIAC crown”

  1. Carleton Football had a great season they beat teams that beat the johnnies such as Bethel and Concordia. The M.I.A.C. is a great place to watch football and Carleton was ranked several times this year in the division iii polls I am proud to be a Carleton fan and bleed blue and gold and do it with class than be red and white and be arrogant Go KNIGHTS We Love you

  2. Carleton College Knights had several players all M.I.A.C and Carleton has the football coach of the year and a reminder to all St.Johns Lost in the first round 37-7 to a very powerful Wisconsin Whitewater Warhawk team I will be supporting them the rest of the way through the Div 3 Playoffs I will keep you informed Happy Holidays it is not about money it is about how we care for one another take care

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