Archive for August, 2006
Gustavus Adolphus head women's soccer coach Mike Stehlik needs to replace a pair of all-conference performers from a year ago, but four of last year's top five scorers and seven of 11 starters return to help lead a Gustie team that is hoping to bounce back from consecutive eighth-place finishes in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. The Gusties open the 2006 season Labor Day weekend with road games at Edgewood (Sept. 1) and UW-Whitewater (Sept. 2).
Naomi Stohlmann has been named the new assistant women's basketball coach at Gustavus Adolphus College. Stohlmann, who most recently served as the Associate Head Coach for the Dobson High School girls' basketball team in Mesa, Arizona, will replace Aaron Kahl, who has accepted the assistant men's basketball coaching position at Gustavus.
The 2006 Gustavus Adolphus football team will look to build on the success enjoyed by last year's squad during the latter half of the 2005 season. Head Coach Jay Schoenebeck's Gusties finished 3-7 overall and 3-5 in the MIAC, but won three of their final five games after opening 0-5. The 2006 squad, led by 15 returning starters and 35 letterwinners, will attempt to move back into the upper division of the MIAC after posting consecutive lower division finishes for the first time since 1995-1996.
The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has entered into an agreement with Ingstad Brothers Broadcasting of New Ulm to broadcast its athletic events on KNUJ AM (860) and KRDS FM (95.5 FM) for the 2006-07 school year. Approximately 40 events will be broadcast during the year.
Aaron Kahl, who has served as the assistant women's basketball coach at Gustavus for the past five years, has been named the new assistant men's basketball coach for the Gusties. Kahl replaces David Flom, who accepted the head basketball coaching position at Eden Prairie High School.
The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has chosen nine individuals for induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame. The 2006 inductees include Debbie Jungwirth Borman '87 (Volleyball), Tina Pulido Draper '87 (Gymnastics), John Huepenbecker '80 (Football), John Jambeck '62 (Swimming), Deanne Sand Johnson '89 (Tennis), Dick Kumlin '55 (Basketball), Dan Prochnow '78 (Golf), Jeri Ree '88 (Basketball), and Stacey Rodman '89 (Swimming).