‘Men’s Sports’ Category

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Men’s Tennis Opens 2016 Fall Campaign at Drake Invitational

The Gustavus men's tennis team kicks off the 2016 fall season Friday at the Drake Invitational in Des Moines, Iowa.

Men’s Cross Country Enters National Poll For First Time Since 1990

The Gustavus men's cross country team enters the USTFCCCA Division III National Coaches' Poll for the first time since November of 1990, as released today. The Gusties rank No. 23 in the Week Two NCAA Coaches' Poll.

Chris Captain Named MIAC Men’s Golfer Of The Week

Gustavus men's golfer Chris Captain (Jr., Rochester, Minn.) rose to the occasion while competing against some of the nation's best with his top-five individual finish at the NCAA DIII Fall Preview in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Captain finished the three-day, 54-hole meet just one-over par, with a three-day total of 217 to sit alone in fifth place. He started with a plus-three 75, and then played spectacularly over the final two rounds with a two-under 70 on Monday and an even-par 72 to close out the round on Sunday. Captain was the top MIAC finisher in the 92-player field, and he helped Gustavus finish in a tie for 13th place as a team.

Men’s Golf Finishes 13th At NCAA Preview, Captain Takes Fifth Overall

The Gustavus men’s golf team wrapped up the NCAA Division III Fall Preview on Tuesday at the Mission Inn Resort with a third round score of 300 for a total of 910 (+46), taking 13th place out of 18 of the top teams in the country. The Gusties carded a 304 in the first round and a 306 in the second. Huntingdon College won the event with a 868, Wittenberg University took second at 889, and Guilford College placed third at 895.

Men’s Golf Moves Into 12th Place After Second Round At NCAA Preview

The Gustavus men’s golf team jumped into 12th place at the NCAA Division III Fall Preview on Monday, shooting a second round score of 306 for a two-round total of 610 (+34). Huntingdon College moved into the lead with a total score of 575, while Mary Hardin-Baylor and Wittenberg are tied for second with scores of 593.

Karim Ortiz Named MIAC Fooball Offensive Player Of The Week

Gustie running back Karim Ortiz (Jr., Cancun, Mexico) stepped into the starting lineup and into the spotlight in Saturday's 35-13, come-from-behind win over Augsburg. The junior had a tremendous day running the ball with 180 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries. Ortiz averaged 6.7 yards per carry, and his top highlight was a 43-yard touchdown run that got Gustavus on the board early in the third quarter as the team scored 35 unanswered points in the second half to surge to victory and remain undefeated (3-0 overall, 1-0 MIAC). Both the two touchdowns and 180 yards are career-best marks for Ortiz.

Men’s Golf In 14th After Day One At NCAA Preview

Competing against many of the best teams in the nation, the Gustavus men's golf team sits in 14th place after day one of the NCAA Division III Fall Preview, played at the Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort. The Gusties shot a collective 304 in the first round on Sunday, which is 23 strokes behind the leader Wittenberg University.

Men’s Soccer Ties St. Olaf 1-1

The Gustavus men’s soccer team played in its second straight overtime game Saturday, this time ending in a 1-1 draw against St. Olaf. The tie moves the Gusties to 1-6-1 overall and 0-1-1 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Men’s Cross Country Takes Fifth of 20 Teams At St. Olaf Invite

The Gustavus men’s cross country team took fifth place out of 20 teams at the St. Olaf Invitational on Saturday, scoring 117 points. The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire won the event, Michigan Tech took second, and Minnesota-Duluth placed third. Host St. Olaf was in fourth place, 19 points ahead of Gustavus.

Second Half Surge Propels Football To 35-13 Win Over Augsburg

Trailing 13-0 at halftime with only 79 total yards of offense, the Gustavus football team was in need of a spark. The momentum shifted in the home team’s favor on the first drive of the second half with a touchdown, which was followed by four more drives finishing in the endzone, resulting in a 35-13 win over Augsburg on Saturday afternoon. The victory propels the Gusties to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, while the Auggies drop to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the league.