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Rory Dynan’s Late Goal Gives Men’s Hockey 5-4 Win Over Hamline

Rory Dynan's goal with 1:10 left in regulation play gave the Gustavus men's hockey team a 5-4 win over Hamline and pushed the Gusties (10-2-2, 22 points) back into first place in the MIAC by one-point over Hamline (10-3-1, 21 points). Josh Swartout registered 23 saves and picked up the win in goal for Gustavus.

Mackley’s Two Goals Spark Women’s Hockey To 5-1 Win Over Hamline

The Gustavus women's hockey team rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Hamline 5-1 at Drake Arena in St. Paul on Friday night. Senior captain Melissa Mackley led the way with two goals and two assists. Danielle Justice was the winning goaltender.

Men’s Hockey Sees Seven-Game Unbeaten String End With 3-1 Loss To Hamline

The Gustavus men's hockey team held a 1-0 lead through two periods, but Hamline rallied to score three times in the third period to claim an important 3-1 win and move past the Gusties into first place in the MIAC standings. Gustavus' lone goal was scored by Patrick Dynan. The two teams will wrap up the series tomorrow night at 7:05 pm at Drake Arena in St. Paul.

Gymnastics Defeats Hamline 172.850-170.325 For First Victory Of Season

The Gustavus gymnastics team got it's first win of the season with a 172.850-170.325 victory over Hamline on Friday night in St. Paul. First year gymnast Sam Opsahl registered the only Gustavus event win of the night with a first place finish on the vault with a mark of 9.225. Danielle Thibodeau and Kelly Mathewson finished second and third in the all-around with scores of 35.625 and 35.600, respectively. Hamline's Molly Weber finished first in the all-around with a score of 36.450.

Women’s Basketball Falls To Hamline 69-65

The Gustavus women's basketball team ran into a hot-shooting Hamline squad and the result was a 69-65 loss to the Pipers on their home floor in St. Paul on Saturday afternoon. Molly Geske led Gustavus in scoring with 16 points. The Gusties are now 17-4 overall and 15-3 in the MIAC.

Gymnastics Takes Third At Best Of Minnesota Invite

The Gustavus gymnastics team compiled 172.75 points to finish in third place at the Best of Minnesota Invite held in the Sports Pavilion on the campus of the University of Minnesota on Saturday night. The University of Minnesota won the meet with 194.950 points, as Winona State University took second with 178.725 points and Hamline University took fourth with 167.80.

Men’s Basketball Topped By Hamline 69-66

Hamline’s Carl Hipp scored 20 points on 7-for-8 shooting in the second half to lead the Pipers past the Gustavus men’s basketball team 69-66 on Saturday afternoon in St. Paul. Hipp scored Hamline’s final six points of the game, giving the Pipers the three point victory and moving them into third place in the MIAC standings. Hamline improves to 15-7 overall and 11-6 in the MIAC, while the Gusties fall to 13-8 overall and 11-5 in the MIAC.

Men’s Hockey Will Honor Brendan Loney On Feb. 12 At Hamline Game

The Gustavus Adolphus College men’s hockey team will play host to the Hamline Pipers on Friday, February 12 and prior to the start of the game, the team will honor teammate Brendan Loney, a forward from Maple Grove, Minnesota, who was injured in a diving accident in July 2009.

Late Second Half Surge Gives Men’s Basketball 73-66 Win Over Hamline

The Gustavus men's basketball team remained undefeated with a 73-66 victory over Hamline on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. The Gustavus bench outscored Hamline's 21-2 in the second half. Phil Wirtjes and Seth Anderson led the Gusties in scoring with 16 and 15 points, respectively.

Women’s Basketball Moves Into First Place with 85-67 Win Over Hamline

The Gustavus women's basketball team defeated Hamline 85-67 on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter and moved into a three-way tie for first place in the MIAC after Concordia defeated St. Ben's 68-56 win in Moorhead. Gustavus, St. Ben's, and Macalester are all currently atop the MIAC with a league mark of 7-1. Against the Pipers, the Gusties were led by Molly Mathiowetz with 18 points.