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Junior men's soccer player Alex Wilson (Ashland, Wis.) is a three-year letter winner of the Gustavus men’s soccer team, known for his work ethic on and off the field. Wilson, a double major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Classics, recently completed his Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), pursuing a medical school education. Wilson is well on his way to a medical school of his choice, scoring in the top two percent.
Gustavus Women's Hockey coach Mike Carroll is no stranger to success. When he was named MIAC Coach of the Year this year, it was the seventh time he’d earned the honor in his 18-year career. The Gusties have made 12 NCAA appearances over their 20-year history, and he has coached them to 12 MIAC regular-season titles.
Patrick Whaling went 4-0 on the weekend and helped the Gusties win their 17th-straight match before the impressive streak was finally snapped by NCAA Division I opponent North Dakota. Whaling won both singles matches at the No. 3 position and both at the No. 1 doubles, including helping guide the team to a win over No. 36-ranked Coe College. He was a 6-3, 6-4, singles winner and an 8-4 doubles winner against Coe, and he also helped Gustavus score a 9-0 sweep of conference foe Saint John's with a 6-1, 6-1, singles win and an 8-4 doubles win.
Katie Aney and her teammates spent the weekend facing Division II and I opponents, with a great deal of success for the Division III squad. The Gusties went 2-1 while playing up, with wins over D-II Southwest Minnesota State (9-0) and Minnesota State-Mankato (7-2) while losing a hard-fought 5-2 match to Division I Drake to snap the team's season-opening, 11-match winning streak. Aney won both her singles (6-3, 7-6) and doubles (8-1) matches against Southwest Minnesota State, and she won her doubles match (8-1) against Minnesota State-Mankato. Against Division I Drake she picked up the lone singles victory in a three-set thriller, 3-6, 6-2, 1-0.
The No. 19-ranked Gustavus men’s tennis team played two split squad matches Saturday, defeating Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Saint John's University 9-0 at Swanson Tennis Center and falling 7-0 at the University of North Dakota.
The No. 19-ranked Gustavus men’s tennis team earned two wins Friday in split squad matches, defeating No. 36-ranked Coe College 8-1 at Swanson Tennis Center and taking down Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Concordia College 7-2 in Moorhead, Minn.
Gustavus women’s basketball player Mikayla Miller (Jr., Goodhue, Minn.) received 2017 WBCA NCAA Division III Coaches’ All-America honorable mention honors, released today by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association, earning her second postseason national honor as she was awarded an All-West Region Second Team recipient by D3hoops.com earlier this week.
The No. 19-ranked Gustavus men’s tennis team readies to play four split squad matches this weekend, hosting Coe College and Saint John's University while traveling to Concordia College and the University of North Dakota.
The Gustavus men's and women's swimming teams wrapped up competition at the 2017 NCAA Championships Saturday, highlighted by two All-American finishes from Tanner Sonnek and an honorable mention honor for the women's 200-yard freestyle relay team.
Gustavus women's hockey sophomore goaltender Amanda DiNella was selected to the 2017 NCAA Division III CCM Women's Hockey All-American West First Team, released this evening by the American Hockey Coaches Association. DiNella becomes the 15th player, fifth sophomore, and first ever goalie in Gustavus Women's Hockey history to earn the prestigious honor, the last recognition coming from current assistant coach Courtney Boucher in 2015.