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Men’s And Women’s Track & Field Both Take Second At Carleton Relays

The Gustavus men’s and women’s track & field teams enjoyed a number of quality performances at the 70th Annual Carleton Relays Saturday. The men’s team took second place out of 10 teams with 135 points, while the women also took second out of eight teams with 185 points. St. Thomas won the men’s team competition with 161.5 points, while Macalester won the women’s side with 200 points.

Stowell, Hensch Lead Track & Field At Hamline Invitational

The Gustavus men’s and women’s track & field teams competed in their first outdoor meet in Minnesota Saturday, participating in the Hamline Invitational. The meet featured 21 institutions from NCAA Division II and III with some events having nearly 100 competitors.

Men’s Track & Field Sits In Eighth Place After Friday At MIAC Championships, Women 12th

The 2017 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships continued Friday at the University of St. Thomas with a full slate of events. After the first day of team competition, the Gustavus men sit in eighth place with 25 points, while the women are in 12th with four points. St. Thomas leads both the men and women with 103 and 114 points, respectively.

Women’s Track & Field Takes Third At Birdman Invite In Final Tuneup Before MIAC Championships

The Gustavus women’s track & field team competed at the Birdman Invite on Friday, hosted by Minnesota State University, Mankato, and took third place with 95 points. Gustavus was the only Division III school in a meet that included Division II MSU-Mankato, Sioux Falls, and Augustana. MSU-Mankato won the meet with 225 points, while Sioux Falls took second with 104 points.

Men’s Track & Field Takes Second At Carleton’s Meet Of The Hearts, Women Take Fifth

The Gustavus men’s and women’s track & field teams competed at Carleton’s Meet of the Hearts Saturday. The men’s team took second place out of seven teams with 168.5 points, while the women took fifth of eight with 72 points. Hamline won the women’s side with 169 points, while Carleton won the men's side with 170.5 points.