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Carl Stenoien And Matt Leeb Earn Academic All-District Honors

Gustavus Adolphus senior track and field athletes Carl Stenoien (Underwood, Minn.) and Matt Leeb (Kasota, Minn.) have both earned a spot on the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District Five Second Team.

Carl Stenoien Places Third In MIAC Decathlon

Gustavus Adolphus senior Carl Stenoien (Underwood, Minn.) became just the third track and field athlete in school history to take home All-Conference honors in the decathlon with a third place finish at the MIAC Multi’s on Friday in Northfield, Minn.  Stenoien tallied a total of 5,674 points over the two-day event, becoming the first Gustie […]

Helland, Secor, Roelofs, Stenoien, And Flotterud Set To Represent Track & Field At MIAC Multi’s

Janey Helland, Laura Secor and Erica Roelofs of the Gustavus women's track and field team, and Carl Stenoien and Matt Flotterud of the men's track and field team are set to compete in the heptathlon and decathlon competitions at the MIAC Mulit's on May 5-6 in Northfield, Minn.

Men’s Indoor Track & Field Competes At Bethel Open

Select members of the Gustavus men’s indoor track and field team competed at the Bethel Open on Saturday afternoon in the Bethel Field House in Arden Hills, Minn.  Matt Dvorak and Colin Rust both turned in strong performances, as Rust won the long jump (19’3.25″) and the triple jump (39′ 5.25″), while Dvorak placed second […]

Carl Stenoien Finishes Ninth At MIAC Decathlon Championships

Sophomore Carl Stenoien finished ninth in the decathlon at the MIAC Multi-Event Championships which were held at Carleton College on Thursday and Friday. Stenoien tallied a total of 5,290 points with his best result coming in the pole vault as he tied for third at a height of 12-8 3/4. Brayden Wagner of Saint John's won the event with a total of 6,435 points.

Carl Stenoien Finishes First Day Of MIAC Decathlon Championships In Ninth Place

Gustavus sophomore Carl Stenoien tallied 2,844 points for ninth place after the first day of the MIAC Decathlon Championships hosted by Carleton College in Northfield. Ryan Doyle of St. Olaf compiled 3,439 points for first place, while Paul Westmark of Concordia sits in second with 3,324 points. Points earned during the competition, which concludes on Friday in Northfield, carry over to the team point totals for the MIAC Outdoor