Archive for March, 2014

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Marcel Gyswyt Earns Weekly MIAC Men’s Tennis Honor

Release Courtesy of Matt Higgins – MIAC Assistant Executive Director St. Paul – The Gustavus men’s tennis team had another busy day Saturday with three matches on the schedule in less than 24 hours. The Gusties continued their great season by winning all three, with senior Marcel Gyswyt (Golden Valley, Minn./Hopkins) leading the way in […]

Wednesday’s Softball Doubleheader Against Saint Mary’s Postponed

St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus softball team’s doubleheader against Saint Mary’s, originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 26th, has been postponed due to poor field conditions.  Both games will be rescheduled, however a make up date has not yet been determined.  Stay tuned to the Gustavus Athletics website for future announcements regarding a reschedule date. […]

Volleyball Begins Backpacks For Nicaragua Fundraising Campaign

St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus Adophus volleyball team will be hosting “Backpacks For Nicaragua,” a fundraising effort benefiting the children of Nicaragua.  As a part of the team’s service and training trip to Central America this summer, the Gusties will provide donated backpacks and other school supplies to Nicaraguan children who are in need […]

Men’s Tennis Earns Wins Over Saint John’s, Coe, And St. Cloud State On Saturday

The Gustavus Adolphus men’t tennis team picked up three wins on what was a busy Saturday, March 22 this past weekend.  In matches played at the Fitness Evolution Tennis Complex in Sartell, Minn., Gustavus defeated MIAC opponent Saint John’s 9-0 to start the day and St. Cloud State University 6-3 in the nightcap.  The Gusties […]

Women’s Tennis Captures Pair Of Wins In Winona

Winona, Minn. – The Gustavus women’s tennis team captured a pair of wins on Saturday at the Winona Tennis Center.  The Gusties defeated Saint Mary’s University 9-0 to start the day before beating Winona State University 7-2 later in the afternoon.  With the wins, Gustavus improves to 8-1 overall and 4-0 in the MIAC. In […]

Women’s Swimming & Diving Finishes Program Best Seventh Place At 2014 NCAA Championships

Indianapolis – The Gustavus Adolphus women’s swimming and diving team scored 55 points on Saturday night to finish in seventh place with a four-day total of 154 points at the 2014 NCAA Championships held this week at the IUPUI Natatorium.  Just six Gustie women’s swimmers turned in what is the highest team finish and highest […]

Swimming Travel Blog: Evacuate The Building, It’s All Over Folks

4:41 p.m. – Click here and then start reading. Back at the blog one last time.  Coach Carlson and I arrived at the IUPUI Natatorium about five minutes ago.  There’s a sense of calm at the pool tonight – the type of which I haven’t felt since arriving here on Tuesday.  I realized that everything I […]

Lauren Kershner And Jamie Ries Compete In All-Around At NCGA Championships

Lauren Kershner and Jamie Ries competed in the all-around at the NCGA Championships. Ithaca, N.Y. – The Gustavus Adolphus gymnastics team’s season is nearly complete following day one of the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association Championships being held over the weekend at the Ben Light Gymnasium on the campus of Ithaca College.  Gustavus’s two representatives in […]

Swimming & Diving In Good Position Heading Into Final Night Of NCAA Championships

Indianapolis – The Gustavus Adolphus swimming and diving team had a strong showing in Saturday morning’s prelims of the NCAA Championships being held at the IUPUI Natatorium.  With a total of three individuals and one relay team competing tonight, Gustavus has put itself in solid position to achieve its program goal of a top 10 […]

Swimming Travel Blog: Saturday Morning Prelims Complete

8:20 a.m. – Good morning everyone!  Back to the blog for the final morning of my trip to the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis.  The team went for its final morning walk around Monument Circle and Head Coach Jon Carlson just hosted the final morning meeting of this trip.  Coach Carlson has allowed me to offer […]