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Gusties Pick Up Key Win Over Bethel, 66-53

The red-hot Gusties, having won six straight, faced a familiar foe on Wednesday night. After all, the Bethel Royals were one of two teams to defeat Gustavus this season, coming from behind to win the MIAC contest, 70-66. But the Gusties were determined to make sure history didn't repeat itself.

Kes Named MIAC Women’s Indoor Field Athlete of the Week

 Madi Kes had a record breaking weekend at the Macalester Vanessa Seljeskog Classic. Kes broke not only her 2022 standing meet record of 11.19 on the triple jump, but, with a distance of 11.70 meters, Kes set a new school record. Kes’ jump was good for first overall in the triple jump, first in the conference, and is the seventh best distance in NCAA Division III this season. On top of that performance, Kes added a fourth place finish in the long jump, good for sixth in the MIAC. For her performance, Kes was named MIAC MIAC Women’s Indoor Field Athlete of the Week.

Sanders Named MIAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week

Anna Sanders averaged 15.3 points per game, 5.7 rebounds, 3.3 steals per game, and added seven assists during the Gusties perfect week. Against Carleton, Sanders posted 17 points, eight rebounds - including seven defensive - and six steals. For her performance, Sanders was named MIAC Women’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Week.

Track and Field Sets Records at Macalester Vanessa Seljeskog Classic

Gustavus track and field competed at the Macalester Vanessa Seljeskog Classic on Satuday, and set a few records in the process.

Gymnastics Scores 182.300 at UW-Oshkosh

Facing one of the top teams in the nation, Gustavus gymnastics had a tough WIAC matchup in UW-Oshkosh on Saturday. While the Gusties ultimately fell to Oshkosh 182.300-188.675, they continue to improve, posting their highest team score this season.

Women’s Hoops Continues Winning Ways, Defeats Carleton 87-40

The Gusties defeated Carleton by 47, 87-40, rolling to their sixth win in a row to keep hold of the top spot in the MIAC.

Women’s Hockey Gets Revenge in Rematch, Defeats Augsburg 4-0

The Gusties took their first MIAC loss of the season personally. Having fallen to Augsburg the night before in a heartbreaking 3-2 OT loss, the Gusties emerged with all the momentum and energy to defeat the Auggies in the rematch. Four different players scored a goal to lead the Gusties to a 4-0 victory.

Gusties Suffer First MIAC Loss of the Season in Overtime, 3-2

It was a battle of the top two conference heavyweights in Minneapolis, as the Golden Gusties, ranked first in the conference, faced Augsburg, who sit just behind Gustavus for second in the MIAC. Earlier in the season, it took only one goal to decide a non-conference contest between the two teams. This time, one goal wouldn't be enough to decide the game, as the Auggies defeated the Gusties 3-2 in overtime for the Gusties' first MIAC setback.

Women’s Hoops Nets Season-High 91 Points Over St. Olaf

The Gustavus women's basketball put up a season-high 91 points against St. Olaf on Wednesday night, cruising past the Oles 91-44 for the MIAC victory. Four Gusties scored in the double digits, helping the team improve to 13-2 overall and 10-2 in the conference.

Dominant Women’s Hoops Downs Hamline 84-55

The Gustavus women's basketball team erupted for 84 points, downing Hamline 84-55 in its first of three games this week. With the win, the Gusties improve to 9-2 in the conference to share the top spot with Bethel.