Entries tagged with ‘day one’

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Men’s Swimming and Diving Team In 17th Place After First Day of NCAA Championships

The Gustavus men's swimming team is in 17th place after the first day of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships which are being held at The College of Wooster in Oxford, Ohio. Kenyon College of Gambier, Ohio is in first place with 201 points. The Gusties scored 23 points and trail 16th place Rochester Institute of Technology (26) by three points.

 

Men’s and Women’s Swimming Off to Strong Start After Day One of Carthage Invite

The Gustavus men's and women's teams got off to a strong start after day one of the Carthage Invitational in Kenosha, Wis. on Friday. The Gustie men had six top five finishes, including first place in the 800 freestyle relay. The Golden Gustie women earned three top five finishes. The meet will concluded Saturday with races starting at 9:00 am.

 

Several Upsets Occur During First Day of Men’s ITA Midwest Regional Tournament

The first day of the 2007 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Midwest Regional Men's Tennis Tournament is complete with four of the top ten seeds knocked out of singles play, along with the second-seeded doubles team being upset. All rounds scheduled for Friday were completed thanks to beautiful weather in St. Peter. Play will resume at 9 am on Saturday morning at the Swanson Tennis Center.

 

Unbeaten Streak Snapped as Gustavus Volleyball Finishes 1-1 After First Day of Gustavus Classic

Gustavus volleyball saw its unbeaten streak end at five tonight after going 1-1 at the Gustavus Classic. The Gusties defeated Martin Luther 3-0 before losing a 3-2 nail-biter to Nebraska Wesleyan. Seniors Jennifer Thelemann and Andrea Kron put down 31 kills and 29 kills, respectively, during the two matches. Junior Bridget Burtzel contributed 81 assists, while junior Emily Klein amassed 39 digs for the evening.

Men’s Golf Sixth After Day One of NWU Fall Preview

The Gustavus men's golf team fired a team score of 304 Monday and find themselves in sixth place after day one of the Nebraska Wesleyan Fall Preview. The host Prairie Wolves are atop both the team and medalist standings after 18 holes as the team shot a team score of 292 to lead Emory University by four strokes, while Aaron Stockton leads all individuals by three strokes after shooting a first round 68. Gustie senior Clayton Johnson (Anoka, Minn.) is tied for third after carding a 72.