Archive for October, 2007

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Women’s Golf Remains in Second Place After Second Day of MIAC Championships

The Gustavus women's golf team dropped two shots to defending champion on the second day of the MIAC Championships, but still remain very much in contention for the league title. The Gusties (326-318--644) trail the Tommies (322-316--638) by six shots heading into the final day. The 54-hole tournament will conclude on Monday at Bunker Hills Golf Club in Coon Rapids, Minnesota.

Men’s Golf Slips to Second Place at MIAC Championships After Two Rounds

The Gustavus men's golf team shot a second round team score of 301 for a two day total of 291-301-592, which is five shots behind leader Saint John's at 292-295--587. The Gusties are being led individually by Ajeetesh Sandhu who is currently in a tie for second place at 74-71--145. The 54-hole tournament will conclude with the final round on Monday morning at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids, Minnesota.

Fraser Horton attempts a header. 

Men’s Soccer Plays To Wet 1-1 Tie Against UW-Whitewater

On a wet, soggy day that featured a 30-minute rain delay, the Gustavus men's soccer team played to a 1-1 double overtime tie against UW-Whitewater in St. Peter on Sunday. Mike Butterworth scored the Gusties' lone goal on a long pass from Matt Strom eight minutes after the rain delay. UW-Whitewater countered three minutes later with a goal from Ryan Boyd with the assist going to Brett Acree. Gustavus is 10-2-1 overall, while UW-Whitewater moves to 11-1-1.

Women’s Golf in Second Place After First Day of MIAC Championships

The Gustavus women's golf team posted a team score of 326 and trails defending champion St. Thomas, which posted a score of 322, by four strokes heading into the second day of the three-day tournament.Rachel Roberg, Kali Griggs, and Katie Schenfeld all recorded rounds of 81 to lead Gustavus.

Men’s Golf in First Place After First Day of MIAC Championships

The Gustavus men's golf team posted a team of score of 291 and holds a one-shot lead over defending champion Saint John's after the first day of the MIAC Championships which are being played at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids, Minn. Gustavus was led by Jordan Hawkinson who posted a score of 70 (-2). The tournament will continue at Bunker Hills with the second round on Sunday morning.

Women’s Soccer Claims 4-2 Win at Hamline

The Gustavus women's soccer team jumped out to a 4-0 lead and then held on for a 4-2 victory at Hamline on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties were led by Christy Tupy who scored the first and fourth goals. Jenna Iaizzo and Chelsea Craven scored one goal each and Ashley Ohlson picked up the win in the nets for Gustavus.

Football Loses to Bethel 38-23

The Gustavus football team suffered its second consecutive loss with a 38-23 setback at Bethel on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties got down 21-0 at the start of the game and could not recover in losing for the second time this season. Wide receiver Chad Arlt had a big day for Gustavus as he made 13 catches for 163 yards and one touchdown.

Chris Adams scored his first collegiate goal against Hamline. 

Strong First Half Pushes Men’s Soccer Past Hamline 3-0

Two first half goals propelled the Gustavus men's soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Hamline in St. Peter on Saturday. Max Malmquist (Salt Lake City, Utah) and Chris Adams (White Bear Lake, Minn.) gave the Gusties a 2-0 halftime lead that would be enough for the win. Goalkeeper Trevor Brown (Madison, Wis.) posted his third conference shutout of the season for Gustavus to boost his record to 7-0-0.

Volleyball Finishes Border Battle With A 3-1 Record Thanks To Two Wins On Saturday

The Gustavus volleyball team picked up two wins at the IIAC-MIAC Border Battle with 3-1 victories over Coe and Buena Vista in Indianola, Iowa on Saturday. Four players finished with double-digit kills in both matches to help the Gusties overcome injuries to add to the win column. Bridget Burtzel compiled 99 assists and 25 digs for the day. Gustavus improves to 14-6 overall after playing four matches in 24-hours.

Volleyball Snaps Losing Skid After Splitting Day One of IIAC-MIAC Border Battle

After a slow start, the Gustavus volleyball team snapped its three match losing streak by defeating #21-Central 3-1 at the IIAC-MIAC Border Battle in Indianola, Iowa. The Gusties pushed Simpson to the five-game limit, but fell short losing 3-2. Seniors Jen Thelemann and Andrea Kron carried the offensive load for Gustavus combining for 68 kills in both matches. Bridget Burtzel tallied 98 assists and 36 digs to lead the Gusties in both categories.