Archive for April, 2019

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Men’s Tennis Completes Another Perfect Season in the MIAC

The No. 16 Gustavus men’s tennis team completed a perfect 9-0 season in the MIAC on Sunday, shutting out St. Thomas 9-0 at the Baseline Tennis Center to claim the conference championship outright. The Gusties, now 17-7 overall, enter the MIAC playoffs as the No. 1 seed and will host the winner of Macalester and Bethel at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.

Baseball Posts Fourth-Straight Sweep, Beats Augsburg 4-0, 9-3

The Gustavus baseball team's winning streak continued Sunday at home with 4-0 and 9-3 wins over Augsburg. The Gusties, now 21-9 overall and 12-4 in the MIAC with four consecutive sweeps, have won their last nine league games, which hasn't been done by a Gustavus team since 2008.

Women’s Tennis Takes Two MIAC Victories

The No. 32 Gustavus women's tennis team played two matches on Saturday, winning both. The Gusties defeated St. Olaf 9-0 before taking down Bethel 6-3 to improve to 19-11 overall and 9-1 in the MIAC.

Men’s Tennis Captures 31st Consecutive MIAC Title, Tops Carleton 7-2

In a matchup of previously unbeaten MIAC teams, the No. 16 Gustavus men’s tennis team beat No. 38 Carleton 7-2 Saturday at the Rochester Athletic Club. Gustavus has now clinched at least a share of its 31st consecutive MIAC championship and 53rd overall and can win the title outright with a victory tomorrow at St. Thomas.

Men’s Golf Tied for First at Saint John’s Invite

The Gustavus men's golf team competed at day one of the SJU Spring Invitational on Saturday and came out in a tie for first with Saint John's. The Gusties and Johnnies both tied with scores of 292, while St. Thomas is in third with a 295.

Softball Set for a Trio of Doubleheaders to Close Out Season

The Gustavus softball team will close out its 2019 campaign this upcoming week as they play in three doubleheaders on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. The Black and Gold will host Augsburg Sunday with the games beginning at noon, then travel to Duluth Monday to take on St. Scholastica with games beginning at 2:30 before closing out their season hosting Bethany Lutheran on Tuesday with games starting at 2 p.m.

Men’s Track & Field Wins Eight Events at Drake Alternative

The Gustavus men’s track & field team hosted the Drake Alternative on Friday for its only home meet of the season. Five Gusties captured six first-place finishes – Bridger Pavelka (Jr., Minnetonka, Minn.) in the 1500 meters, Nick Kerbeshian (So., Plymouth, Minn.) in the 5K, Taylor Rooney (So., Andover, Minn.) in the 110 hurdles, Alex Wischnack (Sr., Norwood, Minn.) in the 3000-meter steeplechase, and Michael Hensch (Sr., North Branch, Minn.) in both the shot put and hammer throw.

Women’s Track & Field Successful at Drake Alternative

The Gustavus women’s track & field team hosted the Drake Alternative on Friday for its only home meet of the season. Three Gusties captured first-place finishes – Karley DeKnikker (So., Lake Preston, S.D.) in the 400-meter hurdles, Kourtney Kulseth (So., New Richland, Minn.) in the 3000-meter steeplechase, and Bailey Van Den Heuvel (Sr., Mondovi, Wis.) in the hammer throw.

Men’s Tennis Blanks Macalester 9-0

After nearly two weeks since competing and over a month since its last MIAC match, the No. 16 Gustavus men’s tennis team Friday shut out Macalester 9-0 at the Brown Outdoor Tennis Complex, marking the first outdoor match at home this season.

Women of Gustavus push for empowerment: 9th annual Women in Leadership Conference brings women together

Gustavus promotes service and leadership as one of its core values. Opportunities to explore leadership can be found in all areas of campus life. Most recently, Gustavus sponsored a conference to encourage female leadership in professional fields. The conference, officially titled ‘Gustavus Women in Leadership Conference – Empowerment: We Rise by Lifting Others’, was held […]