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The Gustavus women's soccer team gave up two second half goals to Augsburg College to fall 2-1 in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match in St. Peter, Minn Tuesday night. Senior Callie Christensen gave the Gusties an early lead when she scored on a corner kick in the 20th minute. Augsburg came back in the second half to score two goals in the first 14 minutes. Gustavus falls to 4-6-2 overall (2-3-1 in the MIAC), while Augsburg improves to 8-1-3 overall (4-0-3 in the MIAC).
The Gustavus volleyball team's ability to score points in the late stages of each set helped the Gusties win their MIAC opener over Augsburg College 3-1 (25-16, 24-26, 25-23, 25-21) on Wednesday night in St. Peter. A balanced Gustie offensive attack helped frustrate the Auggie defense as four hitters finished with nine or more kills. The Gustavus blockers scored key points as they held a 12.0-5.5 advantage in blocks compared to Augsburg.
The Gustavus softball was eliminated from the MIAC Post-Season Tournament after suffering a 3-0 loss to Hamline and a 7-6 loss to Augsburg on Saturday afternoon in Arden Hills. Hamline and Gustavus each tallied five hits, but the Pipers received a home run from Sophie Davidson for the victory. The Gusties mounted a rally against Augsburg after trailing 6-0 after three innings, but left eight runners stranded during the game in the loss.
The Gustavus softball team split its first MIAC contests of the season against Augsburg College after winning the first game 7-2 and losing the second game 9-4 on Saturday afternoon in Minneapolis. Defensive miscues were the story of both games as the Gusties scored five unearned runs in the first game and the Auggies scored five unearned runs in the second game. Gustavus dropped to 11-3 overall and 1-1 in the MIAC, while Augsburg improved to 9-15 overall and 5-1 in league play.
The schedule changes continue for the Gustavus softball team as Saturday's doubleheader versus Augsburg College have been moved from St. Peter to Minneapolis. Games will begin at 1:00 p.m. at Edor Nelson Field on the campus of Augsburg College. The Augsburg athletic department will also be providing a webcast of tomorrow's doubleheader. Click here to access the webcast.
Four power plays goals helped the Gustavus women's hockey team pick up its 17th straight win of the season in a 6-0 decision over Augsburg on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter. Stefanie Ubl and Melissa Mackley posted two goals each in the win to keep the Gusties at the top of the MIAC at 12-0-0. Gustavus improved to 17-1-0 overall, while Augsburg fell to 3-13-1 overall and 3-8-1 in league play.
The Gustavus men's hockey team earned a split of the weekend series with Augsburg by claiming a 2-1 win in Minneapolis on Saturday night. David Martinson's goal at 5:38 of the third period proved to be the winning goal. Josh Swartout earned the win in the nets. The Gusties improve to 10-10-1 overall and 7-5-0 in the MIAC.
The Gustavus women's hockey team will face the Augsburg Auggies in a MIAC series this weekend. Friday night's game will be played at Augsburg Ice Arena in Minneapolis and Saturday night's game will be played at Don Roberts Ice Rink in St. Peter. Gustavus has grabbed a stronghold on first-place in the league standings with 20 points, as St. Thomas and Concordia are tied for second at 14 points. Augsburg is tied with Saint Mary's for seventh-place at seven points.
The Gustavus women's hockey team got on the scoreboard early as the team scored four goals in the first period en route to a 5-1 win over Augsburg on Friday night in Minneapolis. Auggie goaltender Toni Menth made 51 saves in the losing effort as Augsburg was outshoot 56-11. Gustavus extended its winning streak to 16 games and improved its overall record to 16-1-0 and 11-0-0 in the league. Augsburg dropped to 3-12-1 overall and 3-7-1 in the MIAC.
The Gustavus women's basketball team came out firing on Saturday afternoon in an 86-52 win over Augsburg. Gustavus made its first five shots of the game and never cooled off as the team shot a season-high 54% from the field on 33-61 shooting and 70% from behind the three-point arc. The Auggies, in the midst of a four-game skid, struggled from the floor as they were held to 31% shooting and committed 28 turnovers in the contest.