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Softball Sweeps Macalester, Clinches Post-Season Playoff Berth

The Gustavus softball team outscored MIAC foe Macalester 18-0 on its way to a doubleheader sweep in St. Peter by the scores of 11-0 and 7-0 on Wednesday afternoon. With the two wins, the Gusties clinch a spot in the MIAC Playoffs for the third consecutive season.

Comeback Win In Game Two Gives Baseball Split With Macalester

The Gustavus baseball team got its fifth consecutive doubleheader split with a 7-3 loss and 4-3 victory with Macalester on Wednesday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. The Gusties came back from two runs down in the bottom of the seventh inning to win game two and secure the MIAC split. Gustavus now moves to 12-14 overall and 4-6 in the MIAC.

Women’s Tennis Posts 3-0 Record At Home And 2-1 On Road Saturday

The Gustavus women's tennis team posted a 5-1 record on Saturday with a 9-0 wins over Bethel, Concordia, Macalester, and MSU-Moorhead, a 8-1 victory over Bemidji State, and a 5-2 lost to the University of North Dakota.

Radtke’s 19 Points Leads Women’s Basketball To 74-66 Win Over Macalester

Bri Radtke scored 19 points including two clutch free throws with 16 seconds left to assure the Gusties an important 74-66 win at Macalester on Wednesday night. The Scots had defeated Gustavus 73-61 in St. Peter on January 4. The Gusties improved to 17-3 overall and 15-2 in the MIAC and maintained their one-game lead over St. Ben's for first place in the league standings.

Men’s Basketball Gets Back On Track With 63-44 Win Over Macalester

The Gustavus men’s basketball team got back on the winning track with a 63-44 win over Macalester on Wednesday night in St. Peter, Minn. Sam Paulson matched his season-high with 15 points, as Jesse Van Sickle added 13. The Gusties improve to 13-7 overall and 11-4 in the MIAC, as Macalester drops to 2-19 overall and 0-16 in the MIAC.

Men’s Basketball Cruises Past Macalester 70-38

The Gustavus men's basketball team cruised to a 70-38 victory over Macalester College on Monday night in St. Paul, Minn. Phil Wirtjes and Ryan McPartland were Gustavus's leading scorers with 11 and 10 points, respectively. The Gusties shot 51% (25-49) from the field in the game, as Macalester shot 35.6% (16-45).

Women’s Basketball Falls To Macalester 73-61

The Gustavus women's basketball team was unable to stop an explosive second half outburst by the Macalester Scots as the Gusties lost 73-61 and suffered their first setback in conference play this season. Gustavus led 26-23 at halftime, but Macalester exploded for 50 second half points and pulled away in the final five minutes to claim the 12-point victory. The Gusties were led by Bri Radtke with 20 points.

Offense Comes Alive As Baseball Sweeps Macalester 11-3, 8-6

The Gustavus baseball team pounded out 27 hits as it broke out of its offensive slump to post a doubleheader sweep over Macalester by the scores of 11-3 and 8-6 on Thursday in St. Peter. Spencer Campion had a big day at the plate for the Gusties as he went 4-for-7, scored four runs, drove in five runs, and hit the game-winning two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning of game two to help Gustavus earn the sweep.

Men’s Tennis Defeats Macalester And St. Thomas To Claim 21st Consecutive MIAC Crown

The Gustavus men's tennis team defeated Macalester 9-0 and St. Thomas 6-3 to earn its 21st consecutive MIAC Championship on Saturday. The Gusties finished conference play undefeated at 9-0 and improved to 23-8 overall. Gustavus will host the MIAC Championships at the Brown Outdoor Tennis Courts beginning with the #3-6 seeds competing on Friday, May 1. The top-seeded Gustavus will face the lowest remaining seed on Saturday, May 2 at 9 a.m.

Women’s Basketball Holds On For Hard-Fought 60-48 Win Over Macalester

The Gustavus women's basketball team picked up its fourth consecutive win by outlasting Macalester 60-48 in a very physical battle at Gus Young Court on Wednesday night. The Gusties had five players reach double figures in scoring including Molly Geske with 16, Emily Nelson and Kirsten Prunty with 11, and Molly Mathiowetz, and Bri Radtke with 10.