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Women’s Indoor Track & Field In First Place After Day 1 Of 2010 MIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships
After the first day of competition at the 2010 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships, the Gustavus women’s indoor track and field team sits in first place with 89 points. A fast start in the pentathlon, followed by a solid showing in the field events has put the Gusties one point ahead of second place, St. Thomas (88 points).
Kaelene Lundstrum Defends Title And Wins Pentathlon At 2010 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships
The 2010 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships got under way the pentathlon on Thursday night in Northfield, Minn. The Gustavus women's indoor track and field team is off to a fast start, as Gusties filled three of the top five spots in the final pentathlon standings. Senior Kaelene Lundstrum defended her 2009 title in the pentathlon to become the two-time MIAC Champion in the event.
The Gustavus men’s indoor track and field team looks to improve on last season’s eighth place finish, as it is set to compete at the 2010 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Carleton College in Northfield, Minn. The Gusties, under the direction of Dale Bahr in his first season as head coach, will look for strong individual performances and a top five team finish.
After finishing runner up the previous two seasons, the Gustavus women’s indoor track and field team looks forward to the opportunity to challenge St. Thomas for the conference crown at the 2010 MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Carleton College in Northfield, Minn. First year Head Coach Dale Bahr currently has 15 individuals ranked in the top 10 of the MIAC Performance lists.
The Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team claimed it’s third MIAC Title in four years by winning the 2010 MIAC Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday. The Gusties scored a total of 744 points, 155.5 points ahead of second place Carleton (588.5). St. Thomas rounded out the top three in third place with 497 points. The Gustie women have won the MIAC Championship seven times since the 2000-01 season.
St. Thomas compiled 709 points to claim the 2010 MIAC Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday night in the Aquatics Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. The Tommies held off Gustavus, who finished in second place for the second consecutive year, tallying 701 points over the past three days. St. Olaf rounded out the top three by taking third with 615.5 points.
The Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team compiled 744 points to claim the 2010 MIAC Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday evening in the Aquatics Center on the Campus of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Gustavus led after the first two days of competition, totaling 472 points entering Saturday’s races. The Gusties scored 272 points on Saturday to take the MIAC crown.
The Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team held strong and finished day two of the MIAC Championships in first place with 472 points. Carleton will push the Gusties tomorrow, as the Knights sit in second place with 402 points. St. Thomas is in third place (334 pts), while St. Olaf (316 pts) and Saint Ben’s (265) are in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
The Gustavus men’s swimming and diving fell to second place (453 points) after the second day of competition at the MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships. St. Thomas is the current leader with 462 points, as St. Olaf sits in third with 396.5 points. Saint John’s is in fourth (357.5), while Carleton is in fifth (269).
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team is currently in first place with 208 points after the first day of competition at the MIAC Championships in the Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Carleton is in second place with 142 points, as St. Thomas rounds out the top three in third with 141 points. Gustavus senior Carrie Gundersen had the best swim of the day, taking first place in the 500 freestyle with an NCAA A qualifying time of 4:59.02.