Entries tagged with ‘brendan boche’

Football Downed By No. 7/8 Johnnies 41-17

The Gustavus football team couldn't overcome a 41-7 first half deficit during a 41-17 loss against the No. 7/8-ranked Saint John's University Johnnies Saturday afternoon at Clemens Stadium. 

Gustie Football Downed By Bethel 24-3

The Gustavus football team dropped a 24-3 during a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matchup against Bethel University Saturday afternoon at Hollingsworth Field.

Gustie Football Claims 51-7 Homecoming Victory Over Pipers

The Gustavus football team totaled 566 yards of total offense and rolled to a convincing 51-7 homecoming victory over Hamline University on Saturday afternoon at Hollingsworth Field.

Late Push Cut Short In Football’s 20-12 Loss At UW-River Falls

The Gustavus football team was defeated 20-12 at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls on Saturday evening, as the Gusties wrap up their non-conference action with a 1-1 overall record.

Football Overpowers Westminster 38-0 In Season Opener

The Gustavus football team used a balanced offensive attack and steady defensive play in its 2017 season opener, defeating Westminster College 38-0 on Saturday afternoon at Hollingsworth Field. 

Theiler, Decker Named MIAC Football All-Conference, Seven Others Make Second Team

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference released its 2016 Football Postseason Awards Tuesday and Gustavus is well represented with two student-athletes on the First Team, seven on the Second Team, and four honorable mentions.

Brendan Boche Named MIAC Football Special Teams Athlete Of The Week

Brendan Boche had a perfect day kicking the football for Gustavus (1-0) in the team's 35-6 season-opening win over Westminster (Mo.). The Gustie junior was a perfect 5-for-5 on extra point attempts, and his kickoffs – six for 365 yards (60.8 average) with one touchback – played a big part in the field-position battle. For his performance, Boche was named MIAC Football Special Teams Athlete-of-the-Week.

13 Gusties Recognized In MIAC Football Awards, Haugen Named Co-Coach-Of-The-Year

The Gustavus Adolphus College football team has a strong showing in the 2015 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Postseason Awards released Tuesday afternoon. Head Coach Peter Haugen highlights the awards as he was named Co-Coach-of-the-Year, while five Gusties were named First Team All-Conference, three were named Second Team and four earned Honorable Mention.

Football Finishes Season 7-3 After 66-9 Loss To No. 4 St. Thomas

The Gustavus football team finished its 2015 season Saturday at Hollingsworth Field with a 66-9 loss to No. 4-ranked St. Thomas. Despite the season-ending defeat, the Gusties finish with a 7-3 overall record and 5-3 in the MIAC, which marks the most victories by Gustavus since 2001. Gustavus's third place finish in the conference is also the best since 2002.

Football’s Last Minute Heroics Lead To 41-34 Comeback Victory Over Concordia

The Gustavus football team showed a never-say-die attitude Saturday afternoon at Hollingsworth Field as it came from behind to beat No. 23-ranked Concordia 41-34 in the final minute of play.