For their commendable academic work during the 2015-16 academic year, the Gustavus men's and women's soccer teams have earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Academic Award.
The Gustavus volleyball team hopes to stay in the win column tonight as it travels to Macalester College for a 7 p.m. Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match. The Gusties enter the game as the No. 2 team in the league with a 5-1 record and are 14-4 overall, while the Scots are 10th in the standings at 1-5 and are 8-11 overall.
Mohanad Alhouni (Jr., Tripoli, Libya) will represent the Gustavus men's tennis team at the 2016 ITA Oracle Cup, held at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Club in Surprise, Arizona October 13-16.
The Gustavus men’s soccer team continues Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play today as it hosts Saint John’s University at 4 p.m. The Gusties are riding a three-game win streak and hold a 4-7-1 overall record and 3-2-1 mark in the league, while the Johnnies are 3-5-3 overall and 2-2-1 in the MIAC. Gustavus is currently third in the MIAC standings, while Saint John's is seventh.
The Gustavus women’s soccer team got off to an early lead in the first period and eventually prevailed by a score of 2-1 to defeat the College of Saint Benedict Tuesday afternoon at Gustie Soccer Field.
The Gustavus women’s soccer team continues Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play Tuesday afternoon with a matchup against the College of Saint Benedict.
The Gustavus women’s golf team improved by one stroke on day three to solidify a third place finish at the MIAC Championships on Sunday. The Gusties turned in a round three team score of 318 (+30), and recorded a three-day total score of 965 (+101).
The Gustavus men's golf team wrapped up its fall season Monday with a second place finish at the MIAC Championships, carding a 297-302-298 (897) at Bunker Hills Golf Club. Saint John's won the league championships with a 298-284-297 (879), while Bethel took third with a 302-303-300 (905).
The Gustavus men’s golf team dropped into second place at the MIAC Championships Sunday, not because of a poor score but because Saint John’s posted a low round of 284. After two rounds the Johnnies sit in first place with 582, while the Gusties are in second with a 599 (302 in round two). Bethel is in third place with a 605.
The Gustavus women’s golf team turned in a team score of 319 (+31) and are tied for fourth place after the second round of the 2016 MIAC Championships at Bunker Hills Golf Club.