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The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has chosen nine individuals for induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame this Saturday. The 2011 inductees include Todd Anderson ’95 (Soccer), Amanda Murdock Diehl ’92 (Gymnastics), Jay Klagge ’92 (Basketball), Tracy Erickson McMorrow ’95 (Tennis), Scott Moe ’95 (Golf), Laura LeVander Peters ’96 (Softball), Bryan Ripken ’94 (Swimming), Colleen Barland Sherman ’96 (Soccer), and Owen Sammelson ’58 (Benefactor).
Gustavus Head Men's Basketball Coach Mark Hanson became the 65th coach in NCAA Division III history to reach 400 wins on Saturday afternoon when the Gusties defeated Saint Mary's 89-78 at Gus Young Court in St. Peter. His all-time record is now 400-176 (576 games) for a .695 winning percentage.
Former Gustavus volleyball coach Gretchen Koehler and former Gustavus gymnast and long-time gymnastics official Evie Erdman were presented the Special Merit Award at the Minnesota Girls and Women in Sports Day, which was held on Tuesday, February 1 at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul. The event is sponsored by the Minnesota Coalition of Women in Athletic Leadership.
Gustavus men's basketball coach Mark Hanson recently returned from a service learning trip to South Africa with his family. Hanson reflects on his trip with Gustavus sports information intern Seth Wisner.
The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has chosen nine individuals for induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame. This group will be honored at the Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet, which will be held in Alumni Hall at 6:00 pm this Saturday, October 9, following the Hall of Fame football game against Hamline at 1:00 p.m.
Former Gustavus golfer Jordan Hawkinson has been having significant success at the amateur level lately as he earned medalist honors at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Qualifying Tournament and then teamed with Clayton Johnson to win the Minnesota Public Golf Association's State Four-Ball Championship.
Gustavus Adolphus College women’s golf coach Scott Moe has been named the Division III National Coach of the Year by the National Golf Coaches Association.
Martinson Selected As A Finalist For NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge, Vote Now To Help Him Be Selected
Gustavus senior forward David Martinson, has been selected as one of 22 finalists (that will eventually be paired down to six) from the West Region to take part in the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge. The Frozen Four Skills Challenge will be held April 9 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Help Martinson be selected to take part in the Skills Challenge -- vote for him at NCAA.com
Former Gustavus nordic skier Kevin Patzoldt, who was recently named to the December U.S. World Cup Team, will compete in a World Cup event in Ostersund, Sweden this weekend.
Former Gustavus tennis player and current tennis professional Eric Butorac will host the First Annual Minnesota Tennis Challenge this Saturday, December 5 at the Fred Wells Tennis and Education Center in St. Paul. Butorac is bringing five of his good friends from the tour back to Minnesota for the event which will raise funds for youth development through the Fred Wells Tennis and Education Center, the Rochester Boys and Girls Club, and St. Paul Urban Tennis.