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Clemensen, O’Neil Earn MIAC Elite 22 Awards

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) recognized some of its best and brightest spring sport student-athletes on Monday with the announcement of the spring sports Elite 22 Awards. Gustavus was well represented as Carter Clemensen (So., Cologne, Minn.) received the baseball Elite 22 Award and Michael O’Neil (Jr., Edina, Minn.) took home the men’s tennis honor.

Track & Field Receives All-Region Honors, Three Qualify for NCAA Meet

All-Region honors for the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field season were announced Sunday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) following the conclusion of the regular season and four Gustavus student-athletes were recognized.

Johnson, O’Neil Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District

The 2019 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Google Cloud Academic All-District Men’s At-Large Teams were released Thursday and Gustavus men’s tennis players Chase Johnson (Sr., Golden Valley, Minn.) and Michael O’Neil (Jr., Edina, Minn.) are named to the 10-member District 6 Team, which features student-athletes from institutions in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

Hensch Wins Third MIAC Outstanding Field Athlete, Rooney and Stumbo Join on All-MIAC Team

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its men’s track & field postseason awards Thursday and three Gustavus student-athletes received recognition. Michael Hensch (Sr., North Branch, Minn.) was named Outstanding Field Athlete after winning the grand slam of throwing events, while Taylor Rooney (So., Andover, Minn.) and Andrew Stumbo (So., Boone, Iowa) earned All-Conference as well.

Olson-Sola Named Outstanding Field Athlete, Seven More Join on All-MIAC Team

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its women’s track & field postseason awards Thursday and eight Gustavus student-athletes received recognition. Annalee Olson-Sola (Fy., Northfield, Minn.) was named Outstanding Field Athlete, while Katie Keelin (Jr., Burnsville, Minn.), Bailey Van Den Heuvel (Sr., Mondovi, Wis.), Kourtney Kulseth (So., New Richland, Minn.), Sara Moen (So., Blaine, Minn.), Josie Blake (So., Waukegan, Ill.), Tierney Winter (Jr., Waterville, Minn.), and Abigail Schnabel (Sr., Hamburg, Minn.) earned All-Conference as well.

Johnson and Whaling Earn ITA Regional Awards

The 2019 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) NCAA Division III men’s regional award winners were announced on Tuesday and two Gusties were recognized. Chase Johnson (Sr., Golden Valley, Minn.) was selected as the Central Region Arthur Ashe Leadership & Sportsmanship Award winner, while Patrick Whaling (Sr., Manakin Sabot, Va.) was named both the Central Region Senior Player of the Year and Most Improved Senior.

Freeman Named CoSIDA Academic All-District

The 2019 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Google Cloud Academic All-District Softball Teams are released and Gustavus junior Aly Freeman (Omaha, Neb.) is named to the 11-member District 6 Team, which features student-athletes from institutions in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

Baseball Garners Four All-MIAC Honors, Baker Named Coach of the Year

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its 2019 baseball awards Tuesday and five Gusties were recognized. Sam Archer (Sr. Zimmerman, Minn.), Adam Stockwell (Sr., Apple Valley, Minn.), Cole Pengilly (So., Le Sueur, Minn.), and Matt Berkner (Sr., Sleepy Eye, Minn.) were named All-Conference, while Brad Baker was selected as the Jim Dimick Coach of the Year.

Men’s Tennis Falls to Chicago in Region Title Match

The No. 16 Gustavus men’s tennis team’s season came to a close on Sunday in the NCAA region championship with a 5-2 loss to No. 2 Chicago. The Maroons jumped out to a 3-0 lead in doubles and were able to secure the match with a pair of singles victories.

Women’s Track & Field Takes Fourth at MIAC Outdoor Championships

The Gustavus women’s track & field team took fourth place at the 2019 MIAC Outdoor Championships, totaling 77 points. On day two of the meet, the Gusties achieved four All-Conference honors, including one champion.