Archive for January, 2004

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Women’s Basketball Falls to Carleton in OT 79-88

The Gustavus Adolphus women's basketball team lost to Carleton College 79-88 in overtime Monday night at West Gym in Northfield, Minn. The Gusties were led in scoring by Angie Peterson with 25 points and Kristin Kachelmyer with 11 points.

Women’s Basketball Defeats Bethel 94-54

The Gustavs Adolphus women's basketball team defeated Bethel College 94-54 at Gus Young Court in Saint Peter, Minn. Saturday afternoon. Kristin Kachelmyer led the Gusties with 15 points.

Women’s Swimming Tops Carleton 167-133

The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team defeated Carleton 167-133 at Thorpe Pool in Northfield on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties took top honors in seven of the 16 events in the meet.

Men’s Swimming Claims 217-71 Dual Meet Win over Carleton

The Gustavus men's swimming and diving team defeated Carleton 217-71 in Northfield on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties won 14 of the 16 events in the meet.

Men’s Basketball Stays Atop MIAC with 74-44 Win at Bethel

The Gustavus men's basketball team claimed an impressive 74-44 win over second place Bethel in Arden Hills on Saturday afternoon. Tim Brown led Gustavus with 18 points. The Gusties remain alone atop the MIAC with a record of 8-1.

Gustavus Adolphus Swimmers Among Leaders in MIAC Top Times

The MIAC recently released the top times up to Jan. 6 in individual and relay races. The Gustie men and women hold the top times in nine individual events. The men and women's team also hold the top time in eight relay races.

Moulton Wins NCAA Division III Statistical Title in Men’s Soccer

The NCAA has released the 2003 Division III individual & team statistical awards for soccer and Gustavus Adolphus goalkeepr Andy Moulton has won the goals against average title.

Women’s Hockey Defeats Bethel 10-0

The Gustavus Adolphus women's hockey team defeated Bethel College 10-0 at Don Roberts Rink in Saint Peter, Minn. on Friday. The Gusties had five different players score goals in the conference win. Annie Katz and Ingrid Neve both recorded a hat-trick.

Women’s Basketball Team Falls to St. Ben’s 72-67

The Gustavus women's basketball team lost to the College of St. Benedict 72-67 in St. Joseph on Wednesday night. It was the first conference loss of the season for the Gusties. Angie Peterson led Gustavus with 17 points.

Scott Moe Named Women’s Golf Coach

Gustavus Athletics Director Al Molde has announced that Scott Moe will become the head coach of the women's golf team effective immediately. He is replacing Wayne Norman who has returned to his full time duties as the equipment manager at the College.