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Baseball Splits With Defending MIAC Playoff Champ Saint John’s

The Gustavus baseball team Monday salvaged a split against last year’s Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference playoff champion Saint John’s, losing the first game 2-0 before winning game two 7-3. The split moves the Gusties to 17-9 overall and 5-3 in the MIAC, while the Johnnies move to 17-8 overall and 7-3 in the league.

Women’s Tennis Shuts Out Concordia To Remain Unbeaten In MIAC Play

After 10 non-conference matches over the past month, the Gustavus women’s tennis team returned to Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play Tuesday, shutting out Concordia 9-0. The Gusties improve to 13-6 overall and 5-0 in the MIAC, while the Cobbers fall to 1-14 overall and 0-10 in the league.

Baseball Erupts For 16 Runs In Game One, But Splits With Hamline

The Gustavus baseball team Saturday erupted for 16 runs in a decisive 12-run game one decision, but settled for a split after dropping the second game 8-3 to Hamline. The Gusties move to 14-8 overall and 4-2 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, while Hamline moves to 10-14 overall and 3-3 in the league.

Baseball Hosts Home Opening Weekend With Two Doubleheaders

After 18 games on the road to start the season, the Gustavus baseball team is finally at home this weekend for a pair of doubleheaders at the Gustie Baseball Field. The Gusties host UW-Superior today at 2 p.m. and then face Hamline at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Gustavus enters the weekend 11-7 overall and 3-1 in the MIAC, while UW-Superior is 2-12 overall (0-0 UMAC) and Hamline is 8-12 overall (2-2 MIAC).

Baseball Starts MIAC Play With Sweep At Carleton

The Gustavus baseball team started Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play Saturday with a sweep over Carleton College, winning 8-7 in eight innings in the first game, followed by an 8-5 win in game two. The sweep moves the Gusties to 10-6 overall and 2-0 in the MIAC, while the Knights fall to 6-8 overall and 0-2 in the league.

Women’s Tennis Remains Perfect With Shutouts Over Saint Mary’s, Luther

The No. 35-ranked Gustavus women’s tennis team kept its perfect record intact Saturday at the Swanson Tennis Center with a pair of 9-0 shutouts over Saint Mary’s University and Luther College. The Gusties improve to 9-0 overall and are 4-0 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Kruize, Sharbono Named MIAC Men’s Basketball Honorable Mention

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its men’s basketball postseason awards Tuesday and two Gustavus student-athletes received honorable mention. Peter Kruize (Sr., St. Peter, Minn.) and Riley Sharbono (So., Marshall, Minn.) were recognized as All-Conference Honorable Mention.

Men’s Track & Field Takes Ninth At MIAC Indoor Championships, Women 11th

The Gustavus men’s and women’s track and field teams concluded competition at the MIAC Indoor Championships Saturday at the University of St. Thomas. The men took ninth place with 41 points, while the women took 11 place with nine points. St. Thomas won both the men’s and women’s competition with 180 and 195.5 points, respectively.

Women’s Tennis Sweeps Bethel 9-0

The No. 36 ranked Gustavus women’s tennis team shut out Bethel 9-0 Saturday in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match. The win keeps the Gusties unbeaten at 6-0 overall and 2-0 in the MIAC, while Bethel falls to 6-2 overall and 1-2 in the league.

Men’s Hockey Ties Hamline 4-4, Wins Eight-Round Shootout In Season Finale

Regulation wasn’t enough time to finish the season at Don Roberts Ice Rink and neither was overtime as the Gustavus men’s hockey team concluded its season with a thrilling eight-round shootout victory over Hamline Saturday on Senior Night. Hamline erased a two-goal deficit in the third period to tie the game 4-4, and neither team scored in the overtime, but the Gusties would have the last laugh as Erik Johnson (Sr., Sauk Rapids, Minn.) ended his career by denying six shots in the shootout, skating off the ice a winner for the final time.