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The Gustavus women’s tennis team defeated Rockhurst University 7-2, yet fell to Drake University 7-0 on Sunday afternoon in Des Moines, Iowa. Against Rockhurst, the Gusties won five of the six singles matches, and two of the three matches in doubles. Megan Gaard and Marianne Barau had the lone Gustavus victory of the match, defeating Drake’s Jessica Labarte and Ali Patterson 8-3 in doubles. The Gusties will compete at the ITA National Indoor Championship next weekend, Feb. 26-28, in Green Castle, Ind.
The Gustavus men's tennis team saw its nine-match win streak come to an end as it fell to Division I Drake University 6-1 on Sunday in Des Moines, Iowa, but not before defeating Grinnell 8-1 late Saturday night at the Swanson Tennis Center. The Gusties have an overall record 12-4 and return to action on next Saturday for four matches at the Swanson Tennis Center.
The Gustavus women's tennis team recorded wins over Macalester, Southwest State University, and the University of Missouri in Kansas City and a loss to Drake University on Friday and Saturday. The Gusties defeated the Scots 9-0 on Friday and the Mustangs 9-0 and the Kangaroos 7-0 on Saturday. Gustavus' lone weekend loss came against Drake in a 7-0 decision. The Gusties improved their dual match record to 10-3.
The Gustavus Adolphus College track and field team will host the seventh annual Drake Alternative Outdoor Track and Field Meet Saturday, April 28 in St. Peter. Field events begin at 10:30 a.m. with competition in the javelin, hammer throw, and men's shot put. Running events begin at 12:15 p.m. with the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase and will follow a rolling schedule.
The Gustavus Adolphus men's tennis team, rated fourth in NCAA Division III, fell 7-0 to Drake University Sunday afternoon in Des Moines, Iowa. Drake is rated 53rd in the most recent NCAA Division I rankings. Gustavus' No. 1 doubles team of Andy Bryan and Jesse Brauer pushed Maor Zirkin and Dalibor Pavic, rated 17th in Division I, into a tie-breaker but fell in the end 9-8 (7-3).
The Gustavus Adolphus men's tennis team opened its fall season at the six-team Drake Invitatoinal in Des Moines, Iowa. Andy Bryan and Jesse Brauer reached the consolation final of A Flight Singles Tournament, while Chad Olson and Ben Tomasek reached the consolation final of the B Flight Singles Tournament. The doubles team of Mike Burdakin and Charlie Paukert advanced to the quarterfinal round of the doubles draw. The Gusties were the only non-scholarship program in the tournament.
The Gustavus track and field team came away with ten event wins Saturday its own Drake Alternative Meet in St. Peter. Sari Lindeman won both the long jump and triple jump in rain-soaked conditions to emerge as the only Gustavus athlete to record multiple individual event wins.