Entries tagged with ‘Baseball’

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Baseball Drops Two To Oberlin 6-11, 0-2

The Gustavus baseball team fell to 1-4 on its Spring Break Trip to Arizona by dropping two games to Oberlin College of Ohio on Monday afternoon by the scores of 6-11 and 0-2. The Gusties led 6-3 in game one before Oberlin exploded for 8 runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to claim the victory. In game two, Oberlin scored once in the first and once in the seventh to sneak past Gustavus 2-0.

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2011 Gustavus Baseball Preview

The 2011 Gustavus baseball team will have a lot of new faces battling for playing time due to five field starters and four starting pitchers lost to graduation, however Coach Mike Carroll thinks his young team has good potential and he has been pleased with the dedication and effort the team has put in during the pre-season.

Baseball Defeats Middlebury 9-3

The Gustavus baseball team improved to 1-2 overall with a 9-3 win over Middlebury College on Sunday afternoon. The Gusties pounded out 13 hits in the game. Senior second baseman Cody Sukalski (Blue Earth, Minn.) went 2-for-2 at the plate and drove in two runs.

Baseball Comes Up Short Twice Against Williams In Arizona

The Gustavus baseball team opened its 2011 season with a couple of heartbreaking losses to Williams College in Phoenix, Arizona. The Gusties dropped the first game of a doubleheader 5-2 in nine innings and then were edged out in the finale 2-1.

Tory Herman was 5-for-8 on the day 

Baseball Struggles To Score, Drops Doubleheader To UW-La Crosse

The Gustavus baseball team struggled to score runs in La Crosse, Wisc. on Monday afternoon, dropping a doubleheader to UW-La Crosse 5-1 and 3-1. Gustavus got five hits, yet left nine runners on base in game one. In game two, the Gusties got seven hits, but failed to bring in runners, leaving eight left stranded. Leading the Gusties on the day was Tory Herman (5-8) and Andrew Woitas (4-7).

Baseball Sweeps Thomas College To Begin Spring Break Play In Arizona

The Gustavus baseball team defeated Thomas College 12-1 and 4-1 in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday afternoon. Alan Woitas was the winning pitcher in game one and Tim Miller was the winning pitcher in game two. Willie Hanson went 3-for-4 with a four RBI to lead the Gusties in their 12-1 win in game one.

Chaska Cubs Will Host MIAC Night On Saturday, July 11

The Chaska Cubs will host their annual Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Night on Saturday, July 11. The Cubs will play the Joe & Stans team from St. Paul at the Chaska Athletic Park at 7 pm. Anyone wearing a shirt or hat from a MIAC institution will get into the game free.

Mike DesLauriers 

Mike DesLauriers And Nate Ruff Receive MIAC Post-Season Honors

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball coaches recently released their post-season awards and Gustavus Adolphus College seniors Mike DesLauriers (Minnetonka, Minn.) and Nate Ruff (Bloomington, Minn.) were recognized with awards. DesLauriers, a shortstop, was named to the All-Conference Team for the second time in his career, while Ruff was named to the Sportsmanship Team.

Baseball Wraps Up Season With 2-5 And 2-11 Losses At St. Thomas

The Gustavus baseball team saw its season come to an end after dropping a pair of games to St. Thomas by the scores of 5-2 and 11-2 in St. Paul on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties hit the Tommie pitching, but were unable to string together consecutive hits to score runs. However, St. Thomas had a big inning in each game of the doubleheader to earn the wins. Gustavus finished the season at 17-21 overall and 9-11 in the MIAC, while the Tommies moved to 27-9 overall and 15-5 in the conference standings.

Matt Morgan tries to apply the tag on the runner at home. 

Offense Comes Alive As Baseball Sweeps Macalester 11-3, 8-6

The Gustavus baseball team pounded out 27 hits as it broke out of its offensive slump to post a doubleheader sweep over Macalester by the scores of 11-3 and 8-6 on Thursday in St. Peter. Spencer Campion had a big day at the plate for the Gusties as he went 4-for-7, scored four runs, drove in five runs, and hit the game-winning two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning of game two to help Gustavus earn the sweep.