‘Men’s Sports’ Category

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Men’s Tennis Earns Four 9-0 Wins

The No. 20-ranked Gustavus men's tennis team swept the day with four wins over Bethel University, Morningside College, Augustana University, and Central College.

Men’s Hockey Ties Hamline 4-4, Wins Eight-Round Shootout In Season Finale

Regulation wasn’t enough time to finish the season at Don Roberts Ice Rink and neither was overtime as the Gustavus men’s hockey team concluded its season with a thrilling eight-round shootout victory over Hamline Saturday on Senior Night. Hamline erased a two-goal deficit in the third period to tie the game 4-4, and neither team scored in the overtime, but the Gusties would have the last laugh as Erik Johnson (Sr., Sauk Rapids, Minn.) ended his career by denying six shots in the shootout, skating off the ice a winner for the final time.

Men’s Basketball Battles To Last Second, Loses Season Finale 63-60 To Carleton

The Gustavus men’s basketball team battled tooth and nail to the bitter end Saturday against Carleton in its season finale, but a last-second shot to tie the game hit the iron and the Knights escaped with a 63-60 win. The Gusties finish the season 5-20 overall and 5-15 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, while the Knights improve to 17-8 overall and 14-6 in the league.

Men’s Basketball Hosts Carleton Today On Senior Day

The Gustavus men’s basketball team is set for its final game of the season today as it hosts Carleton for a 3 p.m. tipoff at Gus Young Court. The Gusties enter the matchup with a 5-19 overall record and 5-14 mark in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after a 66-62 loss at Bethel on Monday, while the Knights are riding a 12-game winning streak with a 16-8 overall record and 13-6 mark in the league after a 67-49 win at St. Olaf.

Sonnek Breaks MIAC 100 Breaststroke Record, Men Stay In Second After Day Two At MIAC Championships

The Gustavus men's swimming and diving team remained in second place with 398 points after day two at the MIAC Championships, highlighted by the performance of Tanner Sonnek (So., North Mankato, Minn.).

Men’s Hockey Wins Third Straight 3-1 Over Hamline

The Gustavus men’s hockey team won its third straight game Friday in a 3-1 decision over Hamline. Isaak Tjaden (Jr., Northfield, Minn.) picked up his first collegiate victory in net after making a career-high 37 saves as the Gusties improve to 5-15-4 overall and 4-10-1 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Even with the loss, Hamline clinched a playoff berth by virtue of a Saint John’s loss but is battling to stay out of the No. 4-5 play-in game with a 7-5-3 league record (10-9-5 overall).

Track & Field Competes At Three Locations This Weekend

The Gustavus men’s and women’s track and field teams will be competing at three different locations this weekend. The women will send the majority of the squad to Minnesota State University-Mankato today to compete in the Birdman Open, while a select few will travel to the University of Minnesota tomorrow for the Parents Day Invite. The men are set to compete at the St. Olaf Tostrud Open tomorrow in Northfield, Minn.

Men’s Hockey Concludes Season With Series Against Hamline

The Gustavus men’s hockey team is set to take on Hamline in its final Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference series of the season this weekend. Friday’s game in St. Paul begins at 7 p.m., while Saturday’s game in St. Peter starts at 7:05 p.m. The Gusties enter the series 4-15-4 overall and 3-10-1 in the MIAC after sweeping Bethel last weekend, while the Pipers are 10-8-5 overall and 7-4-3 in the league after tying with Augsburg twice and winning both shootouts.

No. 20 Men’s Tennis Hosts Four Matches Saturday

The No. 20-ranked Gustavus men’s tennis team is set to host matches against MIAC foe Bethel University, Morningside College, Augustana University, and Central College Saturday at Swanson Tennis Center.

Men’s Swim & Dive Wraps Up Day One In Second Place At MIAC Championships

The Gustavus men's swimming & diving team compiled 212 points to sit in second place through the first two sessions and 11 events of the three-day MIAC Championships at the University of Minnesota Jean Freeman Aquatic Center.