‘Men’s Golf’ Category
Gustavus Adolphus College men's golfers Andrew Krasaway (Sr., Hermantown, Minn.), Chris Captain (So., Rochester, Minn.), and Max Savini (Fy., Anoka, Minn.) were named to the MIAC's All-Conference Team that was announced Monday by the conference office. Savini also was named MIAC Freshman of the Year and the ** Region Freshman of the Year. The honor is the second for Captain and the first for Krasaway and Savini.
Senior golfer Andrew Krasaway (Hermantown, Minn.) and senior distance runner Marit Sonnesyn (Plymouth, Minn.) have been selected as the Gustavus Adolphus College April Male and Female Student-Athletes-of-the-Month, presented by Thrivent Financial and voted on by the Gustavus Sports Information Department.
The Gustavus Adolphus College men's golf team concluded its regular season with a one-stroke loss - 308-307 - in a dual meet played Sunday afternoon at Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course. After seeing the Tommies in eight rounds the past three weekends and defeating their St. Paul foe by a total of 58 strokes through those rounds, Sunday was the first time all spring the Gusties fell to St. Thomas. Gustavus now awaits its postseason fate that will be determined by the NCAA Selection Committee late Monday afternoon.
The Gustavus Adolphus College men's and women's golf teams are set to compete in their final meets of the 2015-16 regular season this weekend, as the men compete in a dual with the University of St. Thomas on Sunday, while the women will play in the Carleton Invite on Saturday and Sunday. The men's dual with the Tommies is set to begin at noon at Ridges at Sand Creek in Jordan, Minn., while the women will play at Bellwood Oaks Golf Course in Hastings, Minn.
The long winter layoff certainly didn't seem to affect the Gustavus men's golf team, or Gustie senior Andrew Krasaway (Hermantown, Minn.). The Gusties won their third-straight team title at last weekend's Saint John's Spring Invitational, and Krasaway rode a remarkable school-record opening-round score to medalist honors to continue his outstanding spring performance. For his performance, the MIAC sports information directors honored Krasaway Wednesday with his second MIAC Men's Golf Athlete-of-the-Week award of the spring.
One day after senior Andrew Krasaway tied the Gustavus record for lowest individual round in school history, he and his Gustie teammates earned their third consecutive meet championship by taking the Saint John's University title, which finished at the Monticello Country Club on Sunday. The Gusties finished with a three-round total of 859, four strokes ahead of second place University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Men’s Golf Leads Field At Saint John’s Invite After Day One, Krasaway Ties School Record For Lowest Individual Round
First Round Results ST. CLOUD, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus College men’s golf team is in the lead after the first round of the Saint John’s University Spring Invite that was played at Territory Golf Course. The Gusties scored a four-under 284 in the first round and are four strokes ahead of second place Saint John’s. Senior Andrew Krasaway (Hermantown, […]
ST. PETER, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus College golf teams will look to keep their recent hot streaks in tact this weekend, as the men head to St. Cloud and Monticello, Minn. for the Saint John’s University Spring Invitational, while the women travel to Victoria, Minn. for the Bethel University Spring Invitational. The men will compete […]
After entering the day five strokes back of first round leader University of St. Thomas, the Gustavus Adolphus College men's golf team clawed its way to the top of the leader board to earn the Bobby Krig Invitational championship on Monday at the Le Sueur Country Club. The Gusties scored a 285 in round two and a 287 in round three for a three-round total of 873, six strokes ahead of second place Bethel University.
The Gustavus Adolphus College men's golf team is in a tie for third place following the first round of the Bobby Krig Invite, which was held at the Ridges at Sand Creek. The Gusties scored a 301, good for a tie with Bethel and just five strokes behind first place St. Thomas heading into tomorrow's second and final round.