‘Women’s Golf’ Category
The Gustavus women’s golf team sits in 10th place out of 14 teams after day one at the Dan Quayle Collegiate Classic, which took place at Deer Creek Golf Club on Saturday. The Gusties shot a 332, which is 32 strokes behind the leader Wittenberg University. Indiana Tech is in second place with a 312, while Illinois Wesleyan is in third, shooting a 318.
Fresh off a team championship finish at the Blugold Invitational, Gustavus women's golf travels to Clayton, Ind. September 17-18 to take part in the Dan Quayle Collegiate Golf Classic.
RESULTS EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – Mae Meierhenry (Sr., Sioux Falls, S.D.) carded a day two score of 80 (+8) to claim the individual championship and lead the Gustavus women’s golf to a team title Monday at the Georgianni Blugold Invitational at Wild Ridge Golf Club in Eau Claire, Wis. Following the first 18 holes of the event at […]
The Gustavus women's golf team turned in a team score of 339 (+51) to secure the championship at the Georgianni Blugold Invitational at Eau Claire Golf and Country Club Sunday.
The Gustavus women's golf team completed the final round of the College of Saint Benedict Invite Sunday, finishing tied for fifth place at their first outing of the fall campaign.
The Gustavus women's golf team rests in sixth place after day one at the College of Saint Benedict Invite at Blackberry Ridge Golf Course in Sartell, Minn. Saturday. The Gusties shot a team score of 337, 49-over par.
The Gustavus women’s golf team opens its 2016 fall campaign at the College of Saint Benedict Invitational at Blackberry Ridge in Sartell, Minn. Sept. 3-4.
The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars were announced Tuesday and four Gustavus student-athletes were recognized with the prestigious honor - senior Chloe Altmann (Olivia, Minn.), junior Mae Meierhenry (Sioux Falls, S.D.), sophomore Jessica Nelson (Wayzata, Minn.), and first-year Ellie Brandt (Wayzata, Minn.). The criteria for selection to the All-America Scholar Team includes a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. A total of 830 women’s collegiate golfers make up the 2015-16 season’s team.
Remarkably, student-athletes in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) keep finding ways to achieve both in their chosen sports and in the classroom at ever-improving rates. For the first time in MIAC history, the conference recognized more than 1,000 student-athletes with Academic All-Conference honors. Gustavus has 58 student-athletes recognized as Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference.
Gustavus Adolphus College women’s golfer McKenzie Swenson (So., Buffalo, Minn.) has been named to the 2016 MIAC All-Conference Team that was announced Monday. The honor is the second in a row for Swenson who just completed her second year of collegiate golf.