Archive for April, 2004
The Gustavus softball team lost to St. Thomas (4-2) and Hamline (5-4) on Friday afternoon and have been eliminated from the MIAC Post-season tournament. The Gusties end the season 21-17 overall.
The Gustavus men's golf team is in third place after the first day of competition at the Kravetz Invitational in Rochester, New York. The Gusties combined for a team score of 307. Individually, Luke Benoit is third overall with a score of 74
Gustavus sophomore pitcher Josh Spitzack has been named Co-MIAC Pitcher of the Week after hurling a two-hit shutout against first place St. Olaf last Saturday. The Gusties are currently 21-12 overall and 9-7 in the MIAC.
The Gustavus softball team will play regular season champion St. Thomas in the first round of the MIAC Post-season tournament on Friday, April 30 at 3:00 pm. The game will be played on the Saint Olaf softball field in Northfield.
The Gustavus men's and women's tennis teams have been selected to host NCAA Central Region tournaments this weekend. The women will play Friday and Saturday and the men will play Saturday and Sunday.
The Gustavus baseball team continued its push for a MIAC Playoff spot with an important sweep over Macalester (2-1, 10-5) in St. Paul. The Gusties are now in fourth place with a mark of 9-7.
The Gustavus women's golf team placed fourth out of 15 teams in the Minnesota Women's Collegiate Golf Association Championships on Sunday. Individually, Alana Reetz earned All-State honors by placing fourth overall with a two-day total of 161 (+17).
The Gustavus softball team split with St. Ben's on Sunday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. to secure the #4 seed in the MIAC post-season tournament. The Blazers won the first game 4-2 and the Gusties won the second game 4-1.
Strong pitching and timely hitting allowed Gustavus to claim an important sweep of first place St. Olaf in Northfield on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties posted a 1-0 win in game one and rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win 4-3 in game two.
The top-seeded Gustavus men's tennis team defeated #2 seed Carleton 8-1 to win its 16th consecutive MIAC Championship and 31st in the past 34 years. The tournament was played on the Gustavus campus.