Archive for March, 2006
The Gustavus women's softball doubleheader against Augsburg College on Saturday, April 1 will be broadcast over the internet through the Augsburg website. The doubleheader begins at 1:00 pm. Augsburg sports information director Don Stoner will call the games for the Auggies.
Strong pitching performances dominated the diamond Thursday as the Gustavus baseball team split a doubleheader with Williams, falling in game one, 7-2, while winning the nightcap, 7-0.
The Gustavus women's tennis team closed out its Spring Break trip to Virginia with a 6-3 victory over eighth-rated Williams College Wednesday. The fourth-rated Gusties forged an early 3-0 lead by sweeping the Ephs in doubles play. The teams then split 3-3 in singles play. Gustavus, which won three of four matches in Virginia, is now 17-3 and will participate in the Midwest Invite April 7-8 in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Gustavus baseball team earned a split with #25 North Carolina Wesleyan Wednesday at the RussMatt Greater Phoenix Invitational, taking game one 3-2 in eight innings before falling 13-1 in game two. Gustavus (8-3) faces Williams in a doubleheader Thursday morning to wrap up its Spring Break trip in Arizona.
The fourth-rated Gustavus women's tennis team fell for the first time this season to a Division III school Wednesday as second-rated Washington and Lee defended it home court, defeating the Gusties 6-3. The Gusties swept the three doubles matches, but was unable to produce a victory against a tough Generals single line-up. Gustavus will face #8 Willams Thursday morning in the final match of the Fab Five Women's Tennis Tournament.
The Gustavus men's tennis team improved to 20-3 on the season with a 6-1 win over the University of Redlands in Redlands, California on Wednesday afternoon. The Gusties, who are rated #1 the ITA Divison III poll, will face Azusa Pacific University, the #1 rated team in the most recent NAIA poll, tomorrow in Azusa, California.
The Gustavus softball team finished off its Spring Break trip in fine fashion Wednesday with wins over the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (7-0) and UW-Whitewater (7-1) at the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic in Cape Coral, Florida. The Gusties, 6-4 overall, have won six in a row and are scheduled to open the MIAC schedule Saturday, April 1 with a doubleheader at Augsburg.
The Gustavus baseball team pushed its overall record to 7-2 Tuesday with an 8-5 win over UW-Whitewater at the RussMatt Greater Phoenix Invitational. Senior Ben Sherer led the Gusties with a 3-for-5 performance at the plate with a pair of doubles and a pair of runs scored. Shea Roehrkasse also chipped in with a pair of hits. Gustavus will face North Carolina Wesleyan in a doubleheader Wednesday.
The Gustavus men's team, which recently moved into the top spot in the Fila/ITA NCAA Division III men's tennis rankings, registered wins in four of six singles matches against third-rated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and held on to win 4-3 Tuesday in Palm Springs, California. Adam Morgan and Brett Morse-Karzen each picked up singles wins while also teaming to register a 8-4 win at #1 doubles.
The Gustavus Adolphus men's tennis team posted a 7-0 win over Pomona-Pitzer Monday in the first match of its West Coast swing. The Gusties dropped only one match, with Adam Morgan and Brett Morse-Karzen falling to Jeff Jablonski and Neil Patel 8-6 at #1 doubles. Gustavus will face #8 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in a dual at 2 p.m. PST in Claremont, Calif.