Entries tagged with ‘luther’

 

Women’s Tennis Set To Host NCAA Regional This Weekend

The Gustavus women’s tennis team has been selected to host one of eight NCAA Regional Tournaments this Thursday through Saturday, May 13-15, at the Brown Outdoor Tennis Complex in St. Peter, Minn. Gustavus will be appearing in the NCAA Tournament for the 22nd time, as well as makings its 22nd consecutive appearance.

 

Men’s Tennis Falls To Luther 5-4

The Gustavus men's tennis team dropped a tight 5-4 decision to Luther College at the Swanson Indoor Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Gusties got off to a slow start dropping all three doubles matches, but then rallied to win four of the six singles matches.

Men’s Soccer Falls 2-0 To Luther

The Gustavus men' soccer team saw its five-match unbeaten string come to an end with a 2-0 loss to Luther in Decorah, Iowa on Wednesday night. The match statistics in shots and corner kicks were even, however the Norse were able to score a goal in each half to claim the non-conference win. Gustavus is now 10-3-1 overall.

Gustie Women’s Soccer Battles Luther To 0-0 Tie In Two Overtimes

The Gustavus women's soccer team traveled to Decorah, Iowa for a non-conference match against the Luther Norse on Wednesday night. After 110 minutes of scoreless play, the game ended in a 0-0 draw. Gustavus senior goalkeeper Ashley Ohlson recorded her first shutout of the season making nine saves.

Softball Extends Winning Streak With A Pair of Wins Over Kalamazoo and Luther

The Gustavus softball team remained undefeated during its spring break trip in Tucson, Ariz. after picking up a 10-0 five-inning win over Kalamazoo and a 3-2 win over Luther on Tuesday. Betsy Collins and Erin Truebenbach combined to throw a no-hitter against the Hornets in the day's first game, while Emily Klein drove in two runs against the Norse. The Golden Gusties, who won their sixth straight game, improved to 8-2 overall.

Softball Team Defeats Lawrence and Chicago At Tucson Invitational

The Gustavus softball team stayed perfect at the Tucson Invitational on Monday, March 24 with wins over Lawrence University and the University of Chicago. The Gusties defeated Lawrence 9-1 in six innings in the early game and held off a seventh-inning rally from the University of Chicago in a 6-5 win. Gustavus, which improved to 6-2 overall, will face Kalamazoo and Luther on Tuesday, March 25.

 

Men’s Basketball Drops Season Opener To Luther 60-58

The Gustavus men's basketball team lost its 2007-08 opener to Luther College 60-58 in St. Peter, Minn. Luther's Shane Daniels hit a driving layup with :03 left in regulation play to give the Norse the come-from-behind victory. Gustavus held a seven-point lead (53-46) with six minutes left to play, however Luther outscored the Gusties 14-5 the rest of the way to sneak away with the win. Trevor Wittwer led Gustavus with 15 points.

 

Men’s and Women’s Swimming Win Gustavus Triangular

The Gustavus men's swimming team won its first competition of the season with 1,282 points over Luther (1,028) and St. John's (539) at the Lund Natatoruim in St. Peter on Saturday. The Golden Gustie women's swim team turned in its second consecutive victory with 1,289 points over St. Benedict (891) and Luther (764).

 

Butterworth’s Header Leads Men’s Soccer Past Luther 2-0

Gustavus won a key non-conference match over Luther 2-0 in St. Peter, Minn. Sunday afternoon. Mike Butterworth's (Katy, Tex.) late first half goal proved to be the difference maker for the Gusties. The win was sealed by Ben Eriksson's (Madison, Wisc.) first collegiate goal in the last minute of game with intensified Luther pressure. Trevor Brown (Madison, Wisc.) extended his shutout streak to four games.

 

Women’s Soccer Defeats Luther 1-0

The Gustavus women's soccer team improved to 4-3-0 on the season with a 1-0 win over Luther in St. Peter, Minn. on Sunday afternoon. Senior forward Jenna Iaizzo headed in a corner kick from Rachel Iblings midway through the first half and that is all the Gusties needed to claim the non-conference victory over the Norse. Chelsea Bayer picked up the shutout win in the nets.