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Men’s Golf Takes Second At MIAC Championships, Captain Ties For Third

The Gustavus men's golf team wrapped up its fall season Monday with a second place finish at the MIAC Championships, carding a 297-302-298 (897) at Bunker Hills Golf Club. Saint John's won the league championships with a 298-284-297 (879), while Bethel took third with a 302-303-300 (905).

Men’s Golf Moves To Second Place After Round Two At MIAC Championships

The Gustavus men’s golf team dropped into second place at the MIAC Championships Sunday, not because of a poor score but because Saint John’s posted a low round of 284. After two rounds the Johnnies sit in first place with 582, while the Gusties are in second with a 599 (302 in round two). Bethel is in third place with a 605.

Men’s Golf Holds Lead At MIAC Championships After Round One

The Gustavus men’s golf team teed off at the MIAC Championships Saturday at Bunker Hills Golf Club and sits in first place after the first round. The Gusties carded a 297, which is one stroke ahead of Saint John’s and two strokes ahead of St. Thomas.

Men’s And Women’s Golf Conclude Fall Campaign At MIAC Championships

The Gustavus men's and women’s golf teams are traveling to Coon Rapids, Minn. this weekend to compete in the 2016 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships held Saturday, Oct. 9 through Monday, Oct. 10 at Bunker Hills Golf Course.

Men’s Golf Cracks Top-25 In Golfweek Coaches Poll

The Gustavus men's golf team moved into the top-25 in the latest ?Division III Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll, released today. The Black and Gold sit at No. 25 with 85 points.

Men’s Golf Takes Second At Twin Cities Classic

The Gustavus men’s golf team wrapped up the Twin Cities Classic on a blustery Monday at the Le Sueur Country Club, finishing in second place of 16 teams. The Gusties posted a 313 in the final round for a total of 890 (+34), seven strokes behind the winner Saint John’s. The University of Manitoba took third place, four strokes behind Gustavus.

Men’s Golf Remains In First At Twin Cities Classic After Round Two

Through two rounds at the Twin Cities Classic, the Gustavus men’s golf team remains in first place after shooting a 294 in the second round - which was played at the Elk River Golf Course - for a total of 577 (+6), which is three strokes ahead of Saint John’s and five ahead of the University of Manitoba.

Men’s Golf Tied For First After Round One At Twin Cities Classic, Aunan Cards A 67

Alec Aunan (Jr., Rock Island, Ill.) shot a career-best round of 67 (-5) in the first round of the Twin Cities Classic on Saturday at The Links at Northfork, leading the field of 91 golfers. Aunan’s round of 67 is tied for the third lowest round in program history. The Gustavus men’s golf team shot a collective 283 (-5) and is tied for first place with Saint John’s, while the University of Manitoba is in third place with a 292 (+4).

Men’s Golf Set To Host Three-Day Twin Cities Classic This Weekend

The Gustavus men’s golf team is set to host the Twin Cities Classic this weekend at three courses. Saturday’s first round is at The Links at Northfork in Ramsey, Minn., Sunday’s second round is at the Elk River Golf Course in Elk River, Minn., and Monday’s final round is at the Le Sueur Country Club in Le Sueur, Minn. First round tee times begin at 11:30 a.m., second round tee times start at 10:30 a.m., and third round tee times start at 10 a.m.

Chris Captain Named MIAC Men’s Golfer Of The Week

Gustavus men's golfer Chris Captain (Jr., Rochester, Minn.) rose to the occasion while competing against some of the nation's best with his top-five individual finish at the NCAA DIII Fall Preview in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Captain finished the three-day, 54-hole meet just one-over par, with a three-day total of 217 to sit alone in fifth place. He started with a plus-three 75, and then played spectacularly over the final two rounds with a two-under 70 on Monday and an even-par 72 to close out the round on Sunday. Captain was the top MIAC finisher in the 92-player field, and he helped Gustavus finish in a tie for 13th place as a team.