Archive for 2005

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Men’s Swimming and Diving Captures Carthage Crown

Scott Hagemeyer eclipsed a pair of national "B" standards and Ben Hanson and Matt Stewart each recorded four top ten individual finishes as the Gustavus men's swimming and diving team claimed the team title at the 2005 TYR/ Classic hosted by Carthage College on December 2-3. The Gusties edged host Carthage, 977.5-977, to win the meet. MIAC rival St. Olaf finished third with 958.5 points.

Women’s Basketball Edged By Concordia 54-52

The Gustavus women's basketball team fell to 3-2 overall and 1-1 in the MIAC with a 54-52 loss to Concordia Saturday afternoon in St. Peter. The Gusties, who trailed 33-27 at halftime, fought back to tie the score at 52-52 with 44 seconds remaining only to see Cobber junior Sarah Krabbenhoft hit a jumper with 28 seconds left on the clock and take the victory. The Cobbers improve to 2-4 overall and even their mark in the MIAC at 1-1. Gustavus will host St. Kate's on Monday, December 5.

Women’s Hockey Downs Concordia 6-0

Junior Ingrid Neve and first-year Jenny Pusch each scored a pair of goals and an assist to lead the Gustavus Adolphus women's hockey team to a 6-0 win over Concordia on Saturday afternoon in Moorhead. The Gusties, now 6-1-0 overall and 4-0-0 in the MIAC, will face Hamline in a home-and-home series Thursday and Saturday before hosting UW-Stevens Point on December 13 to close out the 2005 portion of the schedule.

Men’s Hockey Wins 7-1 Over Concordia

The Gustavus men's hockey team scored early and often Saturday in a 7-1 win over Concordia in St. Peter at Don Roberts Ice Rink. Senior Keith Detlefsen (Lakeville, Minn.) tallied one goal and three assists to lead the Gusties. Gustavus is now 5-2-0 overall and 2-0-0 in the MIAC.

Men’s Basketball Claims Hard Fought 87-80 Win Over Concordia

The Gustavus men's basketball team shot 64.3 percent from the field (27-42) and 75.0 percent from behind the arc (6-8) and still had to battle to slip past a feisty Concordia squad 87-80 in St. Peter on Saturday afternoon. Gustavus was led by AdamTeBrake with 21 and Trevor Wittwer with 19, while Concordia was led by Keith Eckhoff with 34. The Gusties are now 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the MIAC.

Men’s Hockey Skates Past Concordia 7-0

Led by a pair of goals each by defensemen Jon Keseley and Keith Detlefsen, the Gustavus men's hockey team picked up its first MIAC victory and moved its record to 4-2-0 with a 7-0 win over Concordia College on Friday night. The Cobbers drop to 5-4-0 overall, 0-3 in the MIAC with the loss. The two teams will lace up the skates again and hit the ice on Saturday for a 2:05 face-off at Don Roberts Ice Rink.

Women’s Hockey Holds Off Concordia 2-1

Junior Andrea Peterson racked up 14 shots, recording only one goal, but it was enough to lead the Gustavus women's hockey team past Concordia, 2-1, Friday night in Moorhead. The Gusties improve to 5-1-0 overall, 3-0-0 in the MIAC, while the Cobbers drop to 0-6-2 overall, 0-2-1 in the league. The two teams will face off again Saturday at 2 p.m. in Moorhead.

Men’s Basketball Posts 70-52 Win Over Hamline in MIAC Opener

The Gustavus men's basketball team led by only one point at halftime, but outscored Hamline 42-25 in the second half to win 70-52 in its first Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game of the season. Trevor Wittwer led the Gusties with a season-high 17 points.

Women’s Basketball Rallies to Defeat Hamline 55-51

The Gustavus women's basketball team rallied in the final five minutes to defeat Hamline 55-51 in St. Peter, Minn. on Wednesday evening. Bri Monahan led the Gusties in scoring with 21 points. Jess Vadnais, who hit a big three-point basket to give Gustavus a 47-46 lead with 4:21 left, finished with 17 points.

Men’s Basketball Claims Convincing 110-64 Win Over Bethany Lutheran

The Gustavus men's basketball team shot 63.8 percent from the field and cruised to a 110-64 non-conference win over Bethany Lutheran College in Saint Peter, Minn. on Monday night. The Gusties, who improved to 3-0 on the season, were led by sophomore Tyler Kaus who scored 20 points.