Archive for August, 2004
Head Coach Jay Schoenebeck will rely on nine returning starters and 25 letterwinners to lead the 2004 Gustavus Adolphus College football team as it looks to contend for the conference title.
After the second straight season of finishing just out of MIAC playoff contention, the Gustavus volleyball team returns in 2004 with its sights set on its first postseason appearance since 2000.
The Gustavus Adolphus College men's soccer team is set to begin the 2004 season. The Gusties began practice on August 18th and will open the season on September 1st at Viterbo University.
The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has announced the 2003-04 Male and Female Athletes of the Year and they are Angie Peterson, a basketball player from Northfield, Minnesota and Luke Benoit, a golfer from Faribault, Minnesota.
Lance Taylor, a 1988 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, has been named the defensive coordinator for the Gustavus football program. Taylor replaces Jud Keim, who accepted a coaching position at Pacific Lutheran University.
Legendary Gustavus football coach and athletic director Lloyd Hollingsworth died Tuesday, August 10 at the St. Peter Community Health Care Center. Hollingsworth was 92 years old.
The National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches has announced the 2003-04 Academic National Team and Individual honors. The Gustavus gymnastics team placed 14th overall with a cumulative team grade point average of 3.395.
The Gustavus men's golf team has announced its schedule for the fall 2004 season.
Former Gustavus football player Ryan Hoag has signed a contract with the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings are currently in pre-season training camp in Mankato, Minnesota.
The women's cross-country team has unveiled its schedule for the 2004 season.