Entries tagged with ‘women’s swimming’
The Gustavus women's swimming team claimed seven event titles and finished ahead of St. Ben's at the CSB/SJU Mini-Invitational held at Saint John's University on Saturday. The Gusties scored 1418.5 points, while the Blazers finished with 1075.5 points. Gustavus, which won seven of the 17 events, were led by Carrie Gundersen (200 free, 500 free) and Anika Erickson (100 breast, 200 breast), who both won two events at the meet.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team dropped a heartbreaker to St. Olaf on Saturday afternoon in Northfield as the Oles rallied to win the final event of the meet (the 400 free relay) and edge the Gusties by two points 148-146. Steph Korba was a double-winner for Gustavus as she took top honors in both the 100 (1:02.92) and 200 butterfly (2:23.29).
The Gustavus women's swimming team finished second out of four teams at the St. Kate's Invitational on Friday night in St. Paul. Carleton finished first with 809 points, while the Gusties totalled 555. sprinter Jonna Berry and diver Alicia Alvarado both recorded a second and a third place finish to lead the team at the meet.
The Gustavus women's swimming team got off to a slow start and never got back on track in a 149-94 setback in a dual meet with the University of Minnesota, Mankato in the Gustavus Natatorium on Friday evening. Anika Erickson registered the lone first place finish for the Gusties as she claimed top honors in the 100 breaststroke (1:09.70).
The Gustavus Adolphus College swimming and diving teams are taking part in the third annual Ted Mullin Hour of Power Relay for cancer research on Thursday, Nov. 6 beginning at 4 p.m. in honor of former Carleton swimmer Edward H. "Ted" Mullin, who passed away from a rare soft-tissue cancer in September 2006.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team finished second at the Gustavus Invitational at Lund Natatorium on Saturday behind Division II Minnesota State University, Mankato. The Gusties claimed 785 points, only 101 points behind #4-ranked MSU, Mankato. MSU-Moorhead took third with 560.5 points, while St. Thomas finished fourth at 511.5 points and Saint Mary's took fifth at 100 points. Coach Carlson's squad grabbed four top finishes in the last meet before the MIAC Championships.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team dropped its final dual meet of the season in a 170-130 decision against Carleton in Northfield on Saturday. The Golden Gusties won four events and finished second in nine events, but that was not enough to overtake the Knights. Of those events, Coach Carlson's squad claimed first and second place in three events, including the 200 IM and the 1- and 3-meter diving.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team turned in a convincing 143-79 dual meet victory over Macalester Friday evening at Lund Natatorium in St. Peter. The Gusties won seven individual events and one relay. The meet was a true team effort as ten individuals took home first-place finishes.
The Gustavus women's swimming and diving team turned in a sixth place finish with 388 points at the two-day UW-Stevens Point Invitational in Stevens Point, Wis. The Gusties finished 478.5 points behind first-place University of North Dakota. Three swimmers registered top five finishes at the meet that featured three Division II schools, including Minnesota State University-Mankato, Minnesota State University-Moorhead, and UND.
The Gustavus men's and women's swimming programs started the new year by bringing home both first place titles from the CSB/SJU Winter Invitational in Collegeville, Minn. on Saturday. The Golden Gustie men captured 963 points, while St. Thomas finished in second place with 688 points and St. John's compiled 534 points for third. On the women's side, Gustavus tallied 896 points with Saint Benedict close behind with 856 points. St. Thomas rounded out the competition with 669 points.