Entries tagged with ‘David Martinson’
Tyler Venne turns away a Tommy Robaczewski shot on the way to his fourth straight victory on Saturday night. Photo taken by Dan Coquyt - Gustavus Sports Information. St. Peter, Minn. – When it rains, it pours – in a good way for the Gustavus men’s hockey team at least. For the second straight night, […]
Andy Pearson fights off a Johnnie defender as he races for a loose puck. St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s hockey team battled back from down a goal in the third period to come away with a 1-1 tie against Saint John’s University on Saturday night at Don Roberts Ice Rink. For the second […]
St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s hockey team found itself on the losing end of a physical battle against UW-Stevens Point on Friday night in it’s home-opener at Don Roberts Ice Rink. With Gustavus on top 2-0 after the first period, UW-Stevens Point responded with three unanswered goals to hand the Gusties a 3-2 […]
The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has announced the 2009-10 Female and Male Athletes of the Year and they are Melissa Mackley, a hockey player from Burnsville, Minnesota and David Martinson, a hockey player from St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
Gustavus Adolphus College student athletes Melissa Mackley (ice hockey), David Martinson (ice hockey), and Bri Radtke (basketball) have been selected to receive prestigious postgraduate scholarships from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Gustavus senior forward David Martinson has been chosen by the American Hockey Coaches Association as the 2010 winner of the Sid Watson Award Award, symbolic of the nation's best Division III men's hockey player.
Men’s Hockey Defeats Augsburg 6-5 in Four Overtimes, Sets NCAA Record For Longest Game In Division III History
The Gustavus men’s hockey team defeated Augsburg College 6-5 when senior forward Eric Bigham scored the game-winning goal at 18:38 of the fourth overtime on Saturday nightat Don Roberts Ice Rink in St. Peter, Minn. The win allows the Gusties to advance to the championship game of the MIAC Playoff Tournament which will be played against St. Thomas at Gustavus on Wednesday, March 3 at 7:05 pm. The third-seeded Tommies defeated the second-seeded Pipers 5-4 in overtime on Saturday night at Drake Arena in St. Paul.
The Gustavus men's hockey team had set a goal to win the MIAC Regular Season Title at the start of the season and the team reached part of that goal on Friday when it defeated Saint Mary's 5-1 and Hamline tied Concordia 2-2. The Gusties are now assured of at least a share of this year's crown. A win or a tie on Saturday night will give the Gusties the title outright, the first for the program since 1993.
Rory Dynan's goal with 1:10 left in regulation play gave the Gustavus men's hockey team a 5-4 win over Hamline and pushed the Gusties (10-2-2, 22 points) back into first place in the MIAC by one-point over Hamline (10-3-1, 21 points). Josh Swartout registered 23 saves and picked up the win in goal for Gustavus.
Gustavus goaltender Josh Swartout turned in an outstanding performance to help the men's hockey team slip past Concordia 2-0 at Don Roberts Ice Rink in St. Peter, Minn. on Saturday afternoon. David Martinson provided the Gusties with all of the offense they would need as he scored both goals. With the win, Gustavus remains in first place in conference play with a mark of 9-1-2 (20 points). The Gusties will face Hamline in a showdown between the first and second place teams in the MIAC standings next Friday and Saturday.