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The Gustavus men’s soccer stayed hot with a 1-0 win over #14 UC-Santa Cruz on Saturday afternoon in Santa Cruz, Calif. Head coach Mike Middleton watched the UC-Santa Cruz soccer team defeat Cal Lutheran 4-1 on Friday, thinking that the Banana Slugs were one of the best NCAA Division III teams he’d seen in the [...]
The Gustavus men's tennis concluded its Spring Break trip to California with a heartbreaking 5-4 loss to UC-Santa Cruz on Thursday afternoon in Santa Cruz, Calif. The Gusties held a 2-1 lead after doubles play, but lost four of the six singles matches. John Kauss and Mike Burdakin tallied both singles match victories as each player posted come-from-behind wins at #1 and #3 singles, respectively. Gustavus dropped to 17-7 overall.
The ninth-ranked Gustavus men's tennis team upset fourth-ranked UC-Santa Cruz 5-4 on Saturday night to win the consolation championship at the ITA Division III National Indoor Championships in St. Peter. The Gusties, which improved to 5-3 overall, grabbed a 3-0 lead after doubles play and won the first two singles points to clinch the match as the Banana Slugs claimed the remaining four singles points.
In a physical match that featured 24 fouls and three yellow cards, Gustavus fell to UC-Santa Cruz 3-1 in St. Peter Saturday morning. UC-Santa Cruz scored two of the three goals in a six-minute span in the second half to take a 3-1 lead the Gusties would be unable to overcome. The three goals allowed were the most goals given up by a Gustavus defense since 2001. Gustavus drops to 12-3-1 overall, while UC-Santa Cruz improved to 13-4.
Men’s Tennis Swept by No. 1 UC-Santa Cruz 5-0 at NCAA Championships, Will Face Middlebury Thursday for Third Place
The Gustavus Adolphus College men's tennis team was swept by top-ranked UC-Santa Cruz 5-0 Wednesday in the semifinal round of the NCAA Division III Championships in St. Louis, Mo. Gustavus (27-9) will face Middlebury (21-2) Thursday morning at 10 a.m. for third place.
The Gustavus men's soccer team moved its record to 8-2-3 with a 3-1 non-conference win over UC-Santa Cruz. UC-Santa Cruz, which entered the match ranked fourth nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, dropped to 10-1-1.