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The Gustavus women's golf team moved up to fourth place at the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships on Thursday at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida after shooting a team score of 324. The Gusties have a two-day total of 322-324--646, which is 15 strokes behind first place Methodist University at 321-310--631. Individually, Kali Griggs is in a four-way tie for ninth place after shooting a second round 80 for a two-day total of 77-80--157.
Strong performances in the shot put helped the Gustavus women's indoor track and field clinch a second place finish with 107.3 points at the MIAC Indoor Championships which were held at Concordia College. Lisa Brown (Sr., Lake Crystal, Minn.), Kaelene Lundstrum (Jr., Bird Island, Minn.), and Sam Broderius (So., Hector, Minn.) helped the Gusties sweep the podium stand in the shot put by earning first through third place to highlight the second day of competition.
The 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams garnered all-conference honors as the Gustavus men's indoor track and field team finished in eighth place with 50 points at the MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Concordia College. The 4x200 meter relay team consisting of of Tyler Geyen (Sr., Watertown, Minn.), Cole Carlson (Jr., Mora, Minn.), Matt Leeb (So., Kasota, Minn.), and Matt Dvorak (Fy., Burnsville, Minn.) captured second place with a time of 1:30.35.
John Kauss and Mike Burdakin are among several Gustavus men's tennis players to advance to the final day of the Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Tournament in singles and doubles competition at Swanson Tennis Center in St. Peter. Joining Kauss and Burdakin in the singles semifinal round is Charlie Paukert, while Kauss and Burdakin will face teammates Nick Hansen and Kevin Stickney in the doubles final.
After recording 3-1 victories over the College of St. Scholastica and Viterbo University, the Gustavus volleyball team claimed first place at the Gustavus Classic in St. Peter on Saturday. The Gusties' 8-0 overall record is the program's best start since 1984 when Gustavus began the season at 20-0. Bridget Burtzel (Sr., Cold Spring, Minn.) and Emily Klein (Sr., Red Wing, Minn.) were named to the all-tournament team for their efforts over the weekend.
The Gustavus men's golf team dropped to 21st place after the second round of the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships on Wednesday at Chateau Elan Resort in Braselton, Georgia, but improved its team score by firing a 317 for a two-day total of 320-317--637. St. John Fisher College currently stands as the team leader with a two-day total of 302-294--596.
The Gustavus women's golf team moved up to seventh place at the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships on Wednesday at Centennial Oaks Golf Club in Waverly, Iowa after shooting a team score of 323. The Gusties have a two-day total of 323-323--646, which is 30 strokes behind first place Methodist University at 307-309--616. Individually, Rachel Roberg is tied for tenth place after shooting a second round 76 for a two-day total of 79-76--155.
The Gustavus men's golf team fired a team score of 306 on the second day of the Bobby Krig Invititational and finished second with a 54-hole total of 292-298-306--896. Saint John's won the team title with a total of 286-295-290--871. Individually, Matt Bohlig of Saint John's claimed medalist honors with a total of 70-73-69--212. Mark Stuckey paced Gustavus with a total of 71-71-78--220 to finish tied in fourth place with Derek Holes of UW-Stout (75-69-76--220).
The Gustavus women's golf team kicked off its spring schedule with a first-place finish at the Wartburg Invitational at Centennial Golf Course, site of the 2008 NCAA Women's Golf Championships, in Waverly, Iowa on Sunday. The Gusties shot 319 on the second day of competition for a two-day total of 329-319--648, which was 18 strokes ahead of second-place finisher Illinois Wesleyan. Gustavus was led by Rachel Roberg, who finished fourth with a total of 80-80--160.
The Gustavus men's swimming and diving team improved to 14th place with 67 points after the second day of the NCAA Championships, which are being hosted by The College of Wooster. Kenyon College remained in first place with 429 points, well ahead of Denison University, which was in second place with 246.5 points.