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The Gustavus baseball team's doubleheader against Concordia scheduled for Sunday, April 5 at 1:00 pm in St. Peter has been postponed. No make up date has been set at this time. The doubleheader was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at the Metrodome.
The Gustavus baseball team's doubleheader against Concordia scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at 1:30 pm in the Metrodome has been postponed so the Concordia players can stay in Moorhead to help fight the flooding. No make up date has been set at this time. The Gusties' next doubleheader is scheduled to be played at Saint Mary's on Wednesday at 2:30 pm.
The Gustavus men's hockey team bounced back from a sluggish offensive performance on Friday night to score five power play goals as part of an 8-1 win at Concordia on Saturday afternoon to salvage a series split with the Cobbers. Forward Ross Ring-Jarvi recorded two goals and an assist to lead the Gusties with three points, while goaltender Matt Lopes turned in a solid performance between the pipes stopping 35 of the 36 shots he faced.
Men’s Tennis Grabs First Wins Of Season Defeating St. Cloud State, Minnesota State-Mankato, and Concordia
The Gustavus men's tennis team split duties today en route to recording its first three wins of the spring season on Saturday. The Gusties defeated Division II institutions St. Cloud State 6-3 in Sartell and Minnesota State University, Mankato 7-2 at the Swanson Tennis Center before shutting out Concordia 9-0 in Fargo. Charlie Paukert, Ashok Jethwa, and Nick Hansen each picked up a pair of wins in singles play.
The Gustavus women's hockey team used its depth to score three goals in the third period and pull away from a valiant Concordia squad for a 5-0 victory. The Cobbers trailed 1-0 after the first period and 2-0 after two periods, but goals by Mari Gunderson, Gracie Olson, and Christine Wicker in the first ten minutes of the third period allowed the Gusties to extend their unbeaten streak to 21 games.
Concordia special teams play dealt the Gustavus men's hockey team a blow in its pursuit of a MIAC Playoff spot as the Cobbers defeated the Gusties 3-1 on Friday night in Moorhead. Special teams played a role in the contest as Concordia registered a power play and shorthanded goal, while Cobber goaltender Joe Duncan withstood the Gustavus attack stopping 30 shots. The Gusties dropped to 13-9-0 overall and 8-5-0 in the MIAC.
Concordia's Karl Larson made a free throw with 00:03 on the clock as the Cobbers knocked off the Gustavus men's basketball team 69-68 on Saturday in Moorhead. Gustie junior Sam Paulson made a pair of free throws with 00:31 remaining to tie the game, but Larson made the second of two free throws to put Concordia ahead as Gustavus was unable to get a shot off on the last possession of the game. Robert Schmidt led the Gusties in scoring with 18 points as he went 4-for-5 from the three-point line.
The Gustavus women's basketball team fell to 8-5 in MIAC with a 71-58 loss to Concordia in Moorhead on Saturday afternoon. The Cobbers jumped out to an early 10-point lead at 14-4 and never looked back as they earned a season split with the Gusties who had beaten them 71-60 in December in St. Peter. Gustavus was led in scoring by Molly Geske with 14 points.
The Gustavus men's basketball team shot a blazing 69 percent from behind the three-point arc on 11-of-16 shooting to defeat Concordia 100-67 in the Gusties' MIAC opener on Saturday afternoon at Gus Young Court. Gustavus seized control of the contest after a 21-5 run late in the first half for a 36-16 lead and never looked back. Robert Schmidt came off the bench to lead Gustavus with a career-high 15 points as the Gustie bench contributed 69 points in the win.
The Gustavus football team was unable to hold off a fourth quarter charge as Concordia spoiled Head Coach Jay Schoenebeck's final game by defeating the Gusties 27-21 Saturday at Lloyd Hollingsworth Field. Gustavus held a 21-6 halftime lead, but Justin Brantner scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help Concordia pull out the come-from-behind victory. The Gusties wrapped up the 2008 season at 6-4 overall and 4-4 in the MIAC standings.