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The Gustavus Adolphus football team got the offensive spark it was looking for on Saturday in Moorhead, Minn., cruising to a 38-14 victory over Concordia in its first road test of the season. Quarterback Logan Becker scored three touchdowns (2 pass, 1 rush), while attributing for 297 yards of offense, throwing for 256 yards (21-29) and rushing for 41 yards (14 att.) in the game.
The Gustavus football team will take on Northwestern College in its final non-conference game of the season on Saturday, Sept. 18 at 1:00 pm in St. Peter, Minn. The Gusties are 0-1 on the season, while the Eagles are 0-2.
The Gustavus football team enters a new decade with a great deal of optimism and energy as the Gusties look to return to the top four of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) in the 2010 season. Second year head coach Peter Haugen welcomes back 34 letterwinners (17 on defense, 16 on offense, and one on special teams) from last year’s squad that finished at 4-6 overall and 3-5 in the MIAC (tie-fourth place).
The Gustavus Football Team opened its 2010 preseason camp Sunday, August 22. A total of 110 players reported to St. Peter eager to begin a new season wearing the black and gold. The Gusties look to an experienced defense and a balanced offensive attack to bring success in 2010, which will open on September 11 against Wartburg College at Lloyd Hollingsworth Field.
The Gustavus football team will hold its final spring practice on Thursday, May 13, on Hollingsworth Field before departing campus for the summer. Coach Peter Haugen, in his second season with the Gusties, feels that the hard work demonstrated by both the players and coaches both in the upcoming months, and through spring ball, has built a solid foundation for which the team can build on for the 2010 season.
Peter Haugen, a native of Minneapolis and a 1991 graduate of Bethel University, has been named the head football coach at Gustavus Adolphus College. Haugen, who has been the head football coach at Minneapolis Washburn High School for the past 15 years, succeeds Jay Schoenebeck who announced he was stepping down after 15 years as the Gusties head coach just prior to the 2008 season.