Entries tagged with ‘men’
The Gustavus men's track and field team captured a total of 16 top-eight finishes at Saturday's Carleton Relays, finishing fifth in the 18-team field with 79 points. St. Thomas won the meet with 130 points, edging out Saint John's (125), Minnesota-Duluth (121) and Minnesota State, Mankato (117). Tanner Miest won the 110-meter hurdles while John Retka captured the long jump title.
The Gustavus men's track and field team accumulated 66.5 points Saturday to post a fifth-place finish at the Wartburg Select Meet in Waverly, Iowa. The host Knights took the team title with 193 points, followed by Monmouth (150), Central (105), UW-Platteville (80.5) and Gustavus. Tanner Miest (110-meter hurdles) and Andy Klaers (discus) posted NCAA provisional qualifying marks with winning efforts.
The Gustavus men's hockey team saw its season come to a close Tuesday night with a 7-5 loss to Bethel in the MIAC Men's Hockey Playoffs Play-In Game. The Gusties led 5-4 midway through the third period, but the Royals scored three unanswered goals to set up a date with top-seeded St. Thomas in the MIAC Semifinals Thursday night. Gustavus closes out its season at 14-11-1.
Tuesday night's Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference First Round Men's Hockey Playoff Game between Gustavus and Bethel will be webcast throught the Gustavus Adolphus athletics website. Jon Quinlivan will provide the call from Columbia Arena in Fridley. Game time is set for 7 p.m. You can access the live broadcast through this link as game time approaches.
The Gustavus men's hockey team needed a win Saturday at Saint John's in order to have any chance of avoiding the play-in game of the MIAC Men's Hockey Playoffs or at least ensure that they would host, but could not pick up the weekend split with the Johnnies, falling 4-2 Saturday afternoon at the National Hockey Center in St. Cloud. Saint John's opened up a 4-0 lead after the second period and held on for the victory.
The Gustavus men's basketball team found itself in a position to win Saturday afternoon at Hamline, but a three-point attempt by Adam TeBrake fell by the wayside, enabling the Pipers to escape with a 67-65 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win over the Gusties in St. Paul. The loss was the Gusties' first to Hamline since the 1994-95 season. Gustavus (12-4, 7-4 MIAC) travels to Moorhead on Wednesday to face Concordia.