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Sonnek, Alhouni, DiNella Named February Student-Athletes Of The Month

Men's swimmer Tanner Sonnek (Jr., North Mankato, Minn.), Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) of men's tennis, and women's hockey goaltender Amanda DiNella (Jr., Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.) have been selected as the Gustavus Adolphus College February Co-Male and Female Student-Athletes-of-the-Month, presented by Thrivent Financial and voted on by the Gustavus Sports Information Department.

Five Gusties Named MIAC Women’s Hockey All-Conference

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its women’s hockey postseason awards Monday afternoon and five Gusties were named All-Conference. Diana Draayer (Sr., Deephaven, Minn.), Kaitlyn Klein (Sr., Plymouth, Minn.), Erica Power (Sr., Lakeville, Minn.), Kristen Cash (So., Roseville, Minn.), and Amanda DiNella (Jr., Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.) received All-MIAC recognition for their performances throughout the 2017-18 regular season.

Special Teams Success Guides Women’s Hockey To 4-0 MIAC Semifinal Win Over Bethel

Four second period goals and a strong special teams performance by the Gustavus women’s hockey team resulted in a 4-0 win over Bethel Saturday afternoon in a MIAC semifinal playoff game at Don Roberts Ice Rink. The No. 5-ranked Gusties scored twice on the power play and killed off five Bethel skater advantages to advance to the MIAC championship game for the first time since 2014.

Women’s Hockey Claims Share Of MIAC Title With 7-1 Win Over Saint Ben’s

The Gustavus women's hockey team won big during its regular season finale Saturday afternoon at Don Roberts Ice Rink, winning 7-1 over the College of Saint Benedict for the series sweep, on senior day. 

Women’s Hockey Scores Three Unanswered In 3-1 Win At Saint Ben’s

The Gustavus women’s hockey team earned its sixth consecutive win Friday night at Saint Benedict in a 3-1 decision. The victory gives the Gusties two more points in the MIAC standings as they still have a shot at the conference championship and No. 1 seed in the league playoffs.

Amanda DiNella Named MIAC Women’s Hockey Athlete Of The Week

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its Women's Hockey Athlete of the Week on Monday and Gustavus goalie Amanda DiNella (Jr., Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.) was recognized with the award. DiNella allowed only one goal in a two-game series at Concordia as Gustavus swept the Cobbers over the weekend.

Women’s Hockey Completes Sweep Over Concordia, Wins 4-1

The shutout streak is over but the winning streak continues as the Gustavus women’s hockey team completed the series sweep over Concordia Saturday afternoon with a 4-1 victory. The lone goal allowed ended a streak of four consecutive shutouts for the Gusties, but they were able to score four goals in the second period to improve to 17-2-4 overall and 11-2-3 in the MIAC.

Women’s Hockey Notches Fourth-Straight Shutout, 3-0 Over Concordia

For the fourth consecutive game, the Gustavus women’s hockey team shut out its opponent, blanking Concordia 3-0 on Friday night. The No. 6-ranked Gusties recorded their eighth shutout of the season, improving to 16-2-4 overall and 10-2-3 in the MIAC, while the Cobbers fall to 9-10-3 overall and 6-6-3 in the league. The four consecutive shutouts mark the longest streak by the Gusties since the 2009-10 season.

Déjà Vu, Women’s Hockey Blanks St. Kate’s 3-0, Clinches Playoff Berth

New day, same story. For the second straight game the Gustavus women’s hockey team Saturday shut out St. Catherine 3-0 to complete the series sweep and clinch a spot in the MIAC playoffs. With their third consecutive shutout, the Gusties improve to 15-2-4 overall and 9-2-3 in the MIAC, while the Wildcats drop to 6-14-1 overall and 5-8-1 in the league.

Women’s Hockey Shuts Out St. Kate’s 3-0

For the sixth time this season the Gustavus women’s hockey team shut out its opponent, this time skating to a 3-0 win at St. Catherine on Friday night. All three goals were of a different variety as the No. 6-ranked Gusties scored on a power play, short-handed, and on an empty net to improve to 14-2-4 overall and 7-2-3 in the MIAC.