Entries tagged with ‘Concordia’
The Gustavus men’s indoor track and field team compiled 160 points to take third place at the Saint John’s quadrangular held in Collegeville, Minn. on Saturday afternoon. Cole Carlson was the top Gustavus performer with individual event wins in the 200 meter dash (22.97) and 400 meter dash (49.98). The University of Minnesota-Dululth won the meet with 179.5 points, as Saint John’s finished second with 171.5, while Concordia placed fourth with 77.
The Gustavus women's hockey team completed an important weekend sweep over Concordia College with a 4-0 win in Moorhead on Saturday afternoon. The Gusties got goals from Alyssa Saunders, Kelsey Kennedy, Tam Meuwissen, and Allie Schwab, while goaltender Danielle Justice recorded the win in the net. Meuwissen (16:14) and Schwab's (17:07) goals, which gave the Gusties some breathing room, came less than a minute apart midway through the third period. Gustavus improves to 12-4-2 overall and 8-3-1 in MIAC play.
Gustavus goaltender Josh Swartout turned in an outstanding performance to help the men's hockey team slip past Concordia 2-0 at Don Roberts Ice Rink in St. Peter, Minn. on Saturday afternoon. David Martinson provided the Gusties with all of the offense they would need as he scored both goals. With the win, Gustavus remains in first place in conference play with a mark of 9-1-2 (20 points). The Gusties will face Hamline in a showdown between the first and second place teams in the MIAC standings next Friday and Saturday.
The Gustavus men's hockey team got off to a slow start and trailed 1-0 after the first period, however the Gusties scored three times in the second period and twice in the third period to pull away for a 5-1 win over Concordia at Don Roberts Ice Rink on Friday night.
The Gustavus women's hockey team remained in the hunt for its sixth consecutive MIAC regular season title with an 8-4 win over Concordia in Moorhead on Friday evening. Lindsey Hjelm and Meagan Wanecke both scored twice for Gustavus, while Emily Klatt picked up the win in goal.
The Gustavus women's basketball team saw its six-game conference win streak come to an end with a 62-57 loss to Concordia in Moorhead on Saturday. A Kelsey Florian layup with 4:13 left to play gave the Gusties a 54-52 lead, but the Cobbers outscored Gustavus 10-3 in the final four minutes of the game to claim the victory and force a three-way tie for first place between Gustavus, Concordia, Macalester.
Senior Jesse Van Sickle scored 21 points for the second time this season to lead the Gustavus men's basketball team to a 79-72 victory over Concordia Saturday afternoon in Moorhead, Minn. Van Sickle shot 6-for-8 from the field while going 4-for-6 from behind the arc in the game. Four other Gustavus players scored in double figures as Ryan McPartland had 13 points, Dan Schmidtknect and Tyler Grey both scored 11, while Phil Wirtjes scored 10. Concordia's Darrin Olmscheid scored a game-high 29 points on 8-for-21 shooting.
After shooting poorly and trailing by three points at halftime, the Gustavus women's basketball team came to life in the second half and outscored Concordia 40-32 on its way to an important 66-61 conference victory. Molly Mathiowetz led the Gusties in scoring with 17 points including 11 in the second half. Gustavus has now won four straight games and is 4-1 on the season.
Phil Wirtjes Hits 50-Foot Shot At The Buzzer To Give Men’s Basketball The 57-54 Overtime Victory Over Concordia
Gustavus Adolphus junior guard Phil Wirtjes hit a half court shot with less than one second to play, giving the Gusties a 57-54 victory over Concordia on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. Wirtjes finished the game with six points as the Gusties were led in scoring by Ryan McPartland who went 8-12 from the field for 17 points.
The Gustavus baseball team was unable to overcome early deficits in each game of a doubleheader as it was swept by Concordia by the scores of 15-0 and 10-6 on Friday in St. Peter. The Cobbers scored five runs to start the first game and six runs in the beginning of the second game to force the Gusties to play from behind in both games. Gustavus, which dropped to 11-11 overall and 4-2 in the MIAC, will face Bethel in a conference doubleheader on Saturday in Arden Hills at 1 p.m.