Following a second place finish at the 2017 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend, the MIAC recognized the Women’s Swimming and Diving Awards, Wednesday.
Following a second place finish at the 2017 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend, the MIAC recognized the Men's Swimming and Diving Awards, Wednesday.
The Gustavus men’s and women’s track and field teams are set to compete at the MIAC Indoor Championships this weekend, hosted by the University of St. Thomas at the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex in St. Paul, Minn. The heptathlon and pentathlon take place Thursday and Friday, while the field and track events are Friday and Saturday. Last season, the Gustie men took eighth place with 48 points, while the women also took eighth with 48.5 points.
Mike Wobschall took advantage of his education, student employment, and several internships to find his niche with the Minnesota Vikings.
The Gustavus men's swimming and diving team totaled 653 points to claim a second place finish out of eight teams Saturday evening at the final day of the MIAC Championships.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team concluded competition at the MIAC Championships Saturday evening with a final score of 684.5 points to finish in second place out of 11 teams and 207.5 ahead of its next closest opponent.
The Gustavus men’s track and field team competed at the St. Olaf Tostrud Classic on Saturday in its final tune up before the MIAC Championships. Ten different teams were a part of the meet, eight from the MIAC, with UW-River Falls and Crown the two non-league teams.
The No. 36-ranked Gustavus women’s tennis team made a clean sweep Saturday over St. Scholastica and Minnesota-Crookston with a pair of 9-0 victories. The Gusties improve to 5-0 overall on the season.
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.
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.