Archive for September, 2003

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Football Falls to Concordia 24-2

Gustavus Adolphus opened the 2003 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football season by hosting Concordia-Moorhead on Saturday in St. Peter. The Cobbers overcame an early 2-0 deficit to post a 24-2 victory.

Women’s Tennis Opens 2003 Fall Season

The Gustavus women's tennis team opened its 2003 fall season at the three-day 1st Annual Gopher Invitational on Friday in Minneapolis.

Women’s Soccer Rolls Past Wartburg

The Gustavus women's soccer team defeated Wartburg 5-1 in a non-conference game on Friday.

2003 Men’s Golf Preview

The 2003 Gustavus men's golf team returns three players from a squad that won the MIAC Championship last October and finished sixth at the NCAA Championships last May.

Football Game Day Preview

Gustavus and Concordia open the 2003 MIAC football season on Saturday, September 13 in St. Peter.

Petersen Named MIAC Athlete of the Week

Gustavus Adolphus junior Nichole Petersen was named the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Cross Country Athlete of the Week for her performance at the Hanover Invitational on September 6.

Women’s Tennis Team Named ITA All-Academic

The Gustavus women's tennis team was recently named an All-Academic team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) for the 2002-03 school year.

Volleyball Team Defeats UM-Morris to Run Win Streak to Seven

The Gustavus volleyball team stretched its winning streak to seven matches with a convincing 30-14, 30-27 and 30-22 win over the University of Minnesota-Morris on Tuesday night in St. Peter.

Vrieze Named MIAC Player of the Week

Tyler Vrieze, a senior captain on the Gustavus football team, was named the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week.

Men’s Soccer Team Claims Important 1-0 Win Over Puget Sound

The Gustavus men's soccer team defeated the University of Puget Sound 1-0 at the Gustavus Soccer Field on Monday afternoon. Bobby Kroog scored the game-winner for Gustavus as he headed in a cross from Jordan Iblings twelve minutes into the second half.