In an era when football was primarily a running game, wide receiver Scott Alexander began his career with the Ravens in 1969 and set the bar for all other Carleton receivers. Over four seasons, Alexander rewrote the Carleton record book establishing records that still stand nearly 50 years later. Alexander graduated as the school’s all-time scoring leader with 134 points. He also established Carleton records with ten touchdown catches and 62 points in a single season, as well as touchdowns in a career with 22. His single-season record of 10 touchdown catches and 62 points scored still stands today. Alexander’s 22 touchdowns in a career has been tied twice but remains unbroken. Alexander’s 89-yard touchdown in the 1972 Panda Game remains the longest passing play and the longest passing touchdown in Panda Game history for either school.