Entries tagged with ‘Maggie Hansvick’


11 Gustavus Swimmers Qualify For 2010 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

A total of 11 (9 women, 2 men) Gustavus swimmers qualified for the 2010 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Monday afternoon. Representing the women’s team will be Jonna Berry, Serena Elthon, Carrie Gundersen, Anika Erickson, Sarah Hund, Steph Korba, Carley Mosher, Dajana Vidovic, and Maggie Hansvick. Skylar and Whitaker Davis will represent the men’s squad. The NCAA Championships will take place on March 17-20, in the Aquatics Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.


Gundersen And Hansvick Shine As Women’s Swimming & Diving Defeats St. Thomas 168-126

The Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team compiled 10 event wins and eight second place finishes to defeat St. Thomas 168-126 in a dual meet on Friday night in St. Paul, Minn. Carrie Gundersen (4) and Maggie Hansvick (3) accounted for seven of Gustavus’s ten first place finishes.


Maggie Hansvick Named MIAC Women’s Swimmer Of The Week

Gustavus Adolphus College senior Maggie Hansvick (Litchfield, Minn./Litchfield) was named MIAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Co-Athlete of the Week for her efforts in Friday night’s 160-140 win over Carleton in St. Peter, Minn. Hansvick recorded two wins and one second place finish in the meet.

Women’s Swimming & Diving Finishes Second At CSB/SJU Invitational

The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team took second place (692 pts) at the CSB/SJU Invitational on Saturday in Collegeville, Minn. Carrie Gundersen was the top Gustavus swimmer with wins in both the 200 (1:59.66) and 500 free (5:16.98) and a third place finish in the 200 butterfly (2:18.75). St. Cloud State University won the meet with 835 points.

Men’s And Women’s Swimming And Diving Take Part In Last Meet At St. Thomas’s O’Shaughnessy Pool

Members of the the Gustavus men's and women's swimming and diving teams took part in the last meet held in St. Thomas's O'Shaughnessy Natatorium on Friday night in St. Paul, Minn. Both St. Thomas squads were victorious in the meet, as the Tommie women swimmers won 43-32, with the men winning by the score of 49-36.