Archive for April, 2007

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Women’s Tennis Remains Undefeated in MIAC Play With Wins Over Carleton, St. Kate’s, St. Thomas, Macalester, and St. Olaf

The Gustavus women's tennis team improved to 21-5 overall and 9-0 in the MIAC with conference victories at Carleton (8-1) on Saturday morning, at home against St. Kate's (9-0) on Saturday afternoon, at St. Thomas (5-0) on Sunday afternoon, at Macalester (9-0) on Sunday evening, and at home against St. Olaf (9-0) on Monday afternoon. The Gusties will close out their regular season schedule on Wednesday afternoon with a home match against St. Ben's at 4:30 pm.

Softball Swept by Central 0-1, 1-4, Win Streak Halted At 21 Games

The Gustavus softball team saw its 21-game win streak come to an end as the Gusties were swept by #6 Central College (0-1, 1-4) in Pella, Iowa on Monday afternoon. Coach Jeff Annis saw his team's bats go silent against the Dutch managing only three hits and no runs in game one and four hits and one run in game two.

Men’s Track and Field Tie for Sixth at Carleton Relays

The Gustavus Adolphus College men's track and field team tied for sixth place in a field of 18 teams at the Carleton Relays Saturday in Northfield. The Gusties tied Hamline with 71 points, while Wisconsin-Eau Claire (118 pts.) edged Saint John's (109.5) and St. Thomas (105). Cole Carlson won the 400-meter dash, while Tanner Miest and Tyler Geyen finished 1-2 in the 110-meter hurdles.

Baseball Drops Pair to St. Scholastica 13-1, 7-0

The Gustavus Adolphus College baseball team stepped out of league play Sunday, falling to College of St. Scholastica 13-1 and 7-0 at Wade Stadium in Duluth. Tyler Kaus, Shea Roehrkasse, and Nate Ruff each picked up two hits on the day. Gustavus returns to MIAC action Tuesday, April 24 at Macalester.

Women’s Track and Field Competes at St. Olaf Manitou Classic

The Gustavus Adolphus College women's track and field team posted 14 top-eight finishes Saturday in Northfield at the Manitou Classic hosted by St. Olaf. Lisa Brown placed first in the javelin throw and second in the shot put to record two of the Gusties' top finishes. Sari Lindeman and Becca Bryson each picked top five finishes in both the long jump and triple jump.

Men’s Golf Finishes Fourth at Saint John’s Invitational

The Gustavus men's golf team finished fourth out of 12 teams at the Saint John's Invitational played Sunday at Rich Spring Golf Club in Cold Spring, Minnesota. The Gusties fired a 36-hole total of 303-299--602 and finished 24 shots behind first place Saint John's. Gustavus was led individually by Eric Harris who tied for eighth place at 71-76--147.

Men’s Tennis Closes Regular Season With 8-1 Win Over Kalamazoo

The Gustavus Adolphus College men's tennis team wrapped up its regular season Sunday with an 8-1 nonconference win over Kalamazoo (Mich.) College. The match was played in Milwaukee, Wis. The Gusties, ranked fifth nationally, will be the host and top seed for this weekend's MIAC Men's Tennis Tournament in St. Peter (April 27-28).

Baseball Sweeps Doubleheader With Saint Mary’s 13-2, 9-5

The Gustavus Adolphus College baseball team moved to 15-7 overall and 9-3 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a doubleheader sweep over Saint Mary's University Saturday in Winona. The Gusties took game one, 13-2, and game two, 9-5, in nine innings. Gustavus pounded out 28 hits in the two games, including a home run by Pat Siering and a triple by Tony Konicek.

Softball Team Sweeps Martin Luther 19-3, 12-2, Extends Winning Streak To 16 Games

The Gustavus softball team defeated Martin Luther College 19-3 and 12-2 on Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference doubleheader in New Um, Minnesota. The Gusties improve to 20-2 overall and extend their winning streak to 16 games. Gustavus pounded out 28 hits in the two games, 16 of which were extra base hits (12 doubles, two triples, and two home runs).

Baseball Sweeps Concordia 6-5 and 12-2

The Gustavus baseball team improved to 13-7 overall and 7-3 in the MIAC with an important doubleheader sweep over Concordia (6-5, 12-2) on Wednesday afternoon in St. Peter. The Gusties hit two grand slam home runs on the day including one by Tony Konicek in the first game and one by Pat Siering in the second game.