The Carleton Knights set new MIAC records with 609 through 36 holes and 924 on 54.
St. Catherine junior Sydney Busker shot a one-under-par 71 in Round 2, the lowest single-round score of the tournament and the second-lowest in MIAC Championship history.
Bethel senior Christine Piwnica became the first golfer in Royals history to earn four consecutive All-Conference honors.
“I felt like Ziyi had a good chance to win this week. She came in on form and liked how the course set up, and she proved me prophetic. But we won because everyone, up and down the line-up, played solid all three days. We did an excellent job of minimizing mistakes and playing some really excellent golf for long stretches.” -Carleton coach Eric Sieger
Carleton completes undefeated fall with MIAC Championship victory
The Knights earned their second MIAC Championship and clinched their third trip to the NCAA National Championships in the last four seasons.
Ten golfers earned All-Championship Team accolades, including medalist Ziyi Wang, who tied the MIAC record with a three-day total of 224, and second-place finishers Emily Thul and Christine Piwnica, who carded 227s, the second-lowest three-round total in Conference history.