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Men’s Golfer A.J. Olson Named All-America Scholar By GCAA

Gustavus Adolphus College men’s golfer A.J. Olson (Sr., White Bear Lake, Minn.) has been recognized by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) as a Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar for his play on the links as well as his work in the classroom. Olson ranked third on the team with a 77.2 scoring average during the 2009-10 season while keeping up to par in the classroom with a 3.67 cumulative grade-point average.

Kali Griggs Looks To Cap Outstanding Career With Strong Finish At NCAA Women’s Golf Championships

Gustavus senior Kali Griggs leads the Gustavus women's golf team into the 2010 NCAA Championships this week at Mission Inn Resort in Orlando, Florida. Griggs reflects on her career as a student athlete at Gustavus in this feature story by sports information intern Craig Nordquist.

Women’s Tennis Wraps Up 19th Straight MIAC Title

The Gustavus women's tennis team secured its 19th consecutive MIAC regular season title with a 6-3 win over Carleton on Saturday afternoon at the Swanson Tennis Center.

Baseball Splits Doubleheader With St. Mary’s

The Gustavus Baseball team split its second doubleheader of the MIAC regular season with Saint Mary’s, losing the first game 10-3 before winning the second game 8-2 on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. Chad Eul had a big day at the plate, going 4-5 and driving in four runs.

Blogging From Lane 4: An Inside Look at the MIAC Swim & Dive Championships- Day 3

Wow, this meet sure has been tiring so far! As the third and final day of the meet wears on, fatigue is really becoming a reality for all of us.

Blogging From Lane 4: An Inside Look at the MIAC Swim & Dive Championships- Day 2

The Gustie alumni packed the stands last night to root the team on for the first finals session of the meet, and the result was an unusually loud Thursday night at Conference.

Blogging From Lane 4: An Inside Look at the MIAC Swim & Dive Championships

After swimming hundreds of thousands of yards and competing against dozens of teams over the course of the last five months, all of our hard work comes down to this weekend’s MIAC Championship meet.