Entries tagged with ‘Football’

 

Football Hosts 25th Annual Golf Tournament

More than 130 alumni, family and friends supported the Gustie football program at its annual golf tournament. Le Sueur, Minn. ­– The Gustavus Adolphus football program welcomed more than 130 alumni, family and friends to its 25th Annual Golden Gustie Football Golf Tournament held Aug. 7 at the Le Sueur County Club. “This is a […]

 

Football Training Camp Update

The Gustavus football team began two-a-day practices on Monday, Aug. 25. The Gusties will break camp on Sunday, Aug. 31. St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus football team reported to campus on Saturday, Aug. 16.  Head Coach Peter Haugen, who is now in his sixth season at the helm of the program, invited 112 […]

 

Football Team Set To Leave For Service Trip To Mexico

The Gustavus football team will be traveling to Cancun, Mexico for a five-day trip that will combine football, service, and some fun. The team will depart Wednesday, May 25 and return Monday, May 30. The trip will include several clinics, an exhibition game, a service trip to an orphanage, and a sightseeing trip to Isla de Mujeres.

 

Spring Drills Productive As Football Team Prepares For Trip To Mexico

The Gustavus football team concluded its spring practice schedule on Tuesday, May 7. During the non-padded spring practices, the team focused on evaluating strength gains and working on fundamentally sound techniques.

 

MIAC Honors Six Football Players For Academic Achievement

The MIAC announced its Academic All-Conference Team for the fall 2010 season on Tuesday, March 1. Included among the honorees were Gustavus football players Logan Becker (Jr., Easton, Minn), Brian Grundmeyer (So., Inver Grove Heights, Minn.), Brad Kruckeberg (Jr., Ellendale, Minn.), Gavin Maurer (So., Morgan, Minn.), Paul Stommes (Sr., Richmond, Minn.) and Darin Wagner (Jr., Hayfield, Minn.).

 

Football Suffers 33-13 Setback To Saint John’s

The Gustavus football team fell to Saint John's by the score of 33-13 on Saturday afternoon in Collegeville, Minn. Gustavus falls to 3-4 overall and 2-3 in the MIAC, while Saint John’s improves 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the MIAC.

 

Three Second Half TDs Propel Football Team To 29-0 Win Over Northwestern

The Gustavus offense amassed 434 yards of total offense, while the defense limited the Northwestern offense to 149 yards and the result was a 29-0 win by the Gusties over the Eagles at Hollingsworth Field on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter. Senior running back Lucas Armstrong sparked the Gustavus running game with a career-high 23 carries for 180 yards and one touchdown, while senior linebacker Jade Kotila anchored the defense with 10 assisted tackles and two interceptions.

 

Coach Peter Haugen Welcomes 110 Players Back To Begin Practice For 2010 Football Season

The Gustavus Football Team opened its 2010 preseason camp Sunday, August 22. A total of 110 players reported to St. Peter eager to begin a new season wearing the black and gold. The Gusties look to an experienced defense and a balanced offensive attack to bring success in 2010, which will open on September 11 against Wartburg College at Lloyd Hollingsworth Field.

 

Gustavus Hosting Football High School All-Star Training Camp

Gustavus Adolphus College is excited to be hosting 86 of the top high school football players in Minnesota for a week of training camp in preparation for the 37th annual High School All-Star Football Game sponsored by the Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA).

 

Football Scores In Final Seconds, Defeats Pacific Lutheran 34-33 On Homecoming Day

The Gustavus football team thrilled a Homecoming crowd of just over 2,000 as quarterback Jordan Becker threw a one-yard touchdown pass to Elliott Herdina with :12 seconds remaining in regulation play giving the Gusties a 34-33 win over Pacific Lutheran University on Saturday afternoon. Becker had a big day for the Gusties as he completed 26-of-41 passes for 310 yards and five touchdowns with no interceptions, while Elliott Herdina had 11 catches for 141 yards and two TDs.