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Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Registers Nine Event Wins At Gustie Invitational

The Gustavus women’s outdoor track and field team registered 31 top-five finishes at the Gustie Invitational held at the Gustavus Outdoor Track and Field Complex on Saturday afternoon in St. Peter, Minn. The Gusties tallied nine individual event wins at the meet, as there were no team scores kept.


Sam Broderius And Janey Helland Record Wins For Women’s Outdoor Track & Field At Manitou Classic

The Gustavus women’s outdoor track and field team registered 14 top five finishes at the Manitou Track and Field Classic held on the campus of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. on Saturday afternoon. Sam Broderius and Janey Helland registered individual event wins for Gustavus at the meet. Broderius won the shot put (41’ 4.25”) and Helland won the long jump (17’ 9.75”). No team scores were kept at the meet.

Softball Splits Doubleheader at St. Olaf

The Gustavus softball team struggled a bit in Northfield on Wednesday afternoon rallying from an 8-3 loss in game one to claim a convincing 12-3 win in game two. Kirsten Prunty led the Gusties offensively as she was 5-for-6 in the two games with two home runs and four RBI.


Baseball Drops MIAC Opener To St. Olaf 7-3, and 3-2

The Gustavus baseball team opened its MIAC season with a pair of losses to St. Olaf, 7-3 and 3-2, on Wednesday afternoon in Northfield, Minn. Alan Woitas (2-2) and Cody Sukalski (2-2) suffered losses on the hill for the Gusties. Andrew Woitas was 2-3 in game one, as both Alan Woitas and Tory Hermans were 3-4 in game two.


Women’s Tennis Defeats Both St. Olaf And Southwest Minnesota State University 9-0, Yet Falls 6-3 To St. Cloud State University

The Gustavus women's tennis team went 2-1 on Saturday, with a pair of 9-0 wins against St. Olaf and Southwest Minnesota State University, and a 6-3 loss at the hands of St. Cloud State University.


Women’s Hockey Advances To MIAC Playoff Championship With 5-0 Win Over St. Olaf

The Gustavus women's hockey team turned in a dominating performance against St. Olaf on Thursday night and advanced to the MIAC Playoff Championship game with a 5-0 win over St. Olaf at Don Roberts Ice Rink in St. Peter. The Gusties, who will be playing in the MIAC Playoff title game for the eleventh consecutive year, will host #2 seed St. Catherine on Saturday at 2:00 pm. The Wildcats advanced with a 4-3 win over St. Thomas on Thursday night.


Men’s Swimming & Diving MIAC Championships Wrap-Up

The Gustavus men's swimming and diving team compiled 701 points to finish in second place at the 2010 MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships. St. Thomas won the MIAC Title with 709 points. The Gustavus men’s squad had a total of 16 All-Conference performances from eight different swimmers.


Women’s Basketball Posts Convincing 67-44 Win Over St. Olaf

The Gustavus women's basketball team inched another step closer to a regular season conference title with a 67-44 win over St. Olaf at Gus Young Court in St. Peter on Wednesday night. The Gusties used a 22-1 run over an eight minute period in the first half to build a 17-point lead and never looked back on its way to an important win over the Oles. Sophomore Ava Perry turned in an outstanding performance for Gustavus as she scored a career high 18 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the field including 4-of-5 from behind the arc.

Men’s Basketball Suffers Heartbreaking Overtime Loss To St. Olaf 77-69

The Gustavus men’s basketball team let a 14-point second half lead slip away in a heartbreaking 77-69 overtime loss to St. Olaf on Wednesday night in Northfield, Minn. St. Olaf’s Bobby Fong scored a game-high 34 points (12-22), while bringing down 11 rebounds in the game. Gustavus was led by Ryan McPartland with 18 points (6-8).


Women’s Nordic Skiing Takes Third At Minnesota College Relays

The Gustavus women's nordic ski team took third place with 15 points at the Minnesota College Relays Sunday afternoon in Collegeville, Minn. The pair of Erica Hett and Erin Eppler led the team with a fifth place finish, crossing the finish line in 1:13.44. The University of Alaska-Fairbanks won the meet with 23 points.