‘Women’s Hockey’ Category

Six Gusties Earn American Hockey Coaches Association All American Scholar Status

The American Hockey Coaches Association (ACHA) recognized ice hockey players who attained a 3.6 GPA each semester and participated in 40 percent of their school’s games in the 2017-18 season as “Krampade All American Scholars.” A total of 821 Division II-III men and women were announced last week, which included four Gustavus women’s hockey student-athletes and two from the men’s squad.

61 Gusties Named 2017-18 MIAC Winter/Spring Academic All-Conference

Student-athletes in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) continue to achieve in both athletics and in the classroom. For the third consecutive year, the MIAC has recognized more than 1,000 student-athletes with Academic All-Conference honors with 61 Gustavus student-athletes receiving the distinction.

Athletics Department Announces 2018 Annual Golf Tournament Dates

The Gustavus Athletics Department has announced the dates for its 2018 annual golf tournaments, which serve as social gatherings and fund raisers for a number of different teams. Select teams organize their own golf tournaments.

Volleyball, Women’s Hockey Add Former All-American Gusties To Coaching Staffs

Two Gustavus women’s athletic teams that competed in their respective NCAA Championships last season have bolstered their coaching staffs with All-American graduates of the College. Alyssa Taylor ‘15 and Kirstin Peterson ’11 have been named assistant coaches for volleyball and women’s hockey, respectively.

10th Annual Women’s Hockey Golf Outing Set For June 18

The Gustavus women’s hockey program is set to host its 10th annual golf outing on Monday, June 18 at Le Sueur Country Club. The cost is $125 per person and proceeds will play an important role in supporting the costs of running a successful hockey program throughout the year.

DiNella, Klein Named CCM/AHCA Division III Women’s Hockey All-Americans

Gustavus women’s hockey student-athletes Amanda DiNella (Jr., Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.) and Kaitlyn Klein (Sr., Plymouth, Minn.) were selected as 2018 CCM/AHCA Women’s Division III All-Americans, released on Thursday night. For the second consecutive season, DiNella was named the West First Team goaltender, while Klein garnered Second Team honors.

Gusties Upset In Triple OT, Set Record For Longest NCAA Division III Women’s Hockey Tourney Game

The 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Championship could not have started with a more exciting opening round game Friday as Gustavus and UW-Eau Claire played into triple overtime, marking the longest game in NCAA Division III women’s hockey tournament history. Even after being out-shot 60-29, UW-Eau Claire came out on top with a goal 1:02 into the third overtime period, upsetting the host Gusties in a game that lasted four hours.

Gustavus To Host Opening Round Of NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Championship

The Gustavus women’s hockey team was awarded an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Championship and was also selected to host the opening and first round games Friday and Saturday night. Friday’s game features Gustavus (20-3-4) and UW-Eau Claire (18-6-4) with the winner facing Hamline (20-4-3) on Saturday. Both games will be played at Don Roberts Ice Rink, starting at 7 p.m.

Scheid Honored With MIAC Elite 22 Award

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its winter sport Elite 22 Award winners Wednesday afternoon and Paulina Scheid (So., Stillwater, Minn.) has been named the conference’s recipient of the honor for women’s hockey.

Women’s Hockey Awarded At-Large Bid To NCAA Championship, Will Host UW-Eau Claire Friday

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on Monday morning announced the nine-team field for its Division III Women’s Hockey Championship and Gustavus (20-3-4) is selected to host UW-Eau Claire (18-6-4) in the first round on Friday, March 9 at Don Roberts Ice Rink. The winner will face Hamline on Saturday in St. Peter, Minn. Game times will be announced soon.