Entries tagged with ‘Gustavus swimming and diving’

Swimming & Diving Competes At Morningside’s Mustang Invite

The Gustavus men’s and women’s swimming teams competed at the Mustang Invitational at Morningside College on Saturday. The women took third place out of eight teams, while the men took fourth place out of five teams. Augustana University won the women’s competition, while Iowa Central Community College won the men’s.

Swimming & Diving Squads Recognized As CSCAA Scholar All-America Teams

The College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has designated 658 swimming and diving teams, representing 388 colleges and universities as Scholar All-America teams, and both the Gustavus men’s and women’s teams received the distinction. The Gustie men posted a team GPA of 3.25, while the women’s team registered a 3.35 GPA. The recognition comes as a result of each team's classroom performance in the past semester. It is only the second time in the program’s 30-plus year history of the program that more than 600 teams.

Carolyn Draayer, Katie Olson, And Jenny Strom Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors

St. Peter, Minn. – Three Gustavus Adolphus College student-athletes have been recognized on the 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-District Women’s At-Large Team for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. As selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, women’s hockey player Carolyn Draayer (Sr., Deephaven, Minn.), and women’s swimmers Katie Olson (Sr., […]

Women’s Swimming & Diving Completes Final Morning Session Of NCAA Championships

Shenandoah, Texas – What was arguably the Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team’s most important morning session of the 2015 NCAA Championships is in the books. The Gusties will be swimming in three events in tonight’s finals session thanks to the individual efforts of Katie Olson (Sr., North Oaks, Minn.) and Jenny Strom (Sr., Rochester, […]

Women’s Swimming & Diving In 11th Heading Into Final Day Of NCAA Championships

Shenandoah, Texas – Gustavus Adolphus senior Jenny Strom (Sr., Rochester, Minn.) capped Friday of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships with a 12th place finish in the 100 breaststroke after touching the wall in 1:03.76. Strom moved up one place and improved on her prelim time of 1:04.08, earning All-America Honorable Mention honors with her […]

Lone Star State Of Mind: Friday Finals

4:41 p.m. – Good evening everyone! Back at the blog inside the media room at Conroe. I rode to the pool with coach Lindstrom, coach Weyandt, Jenny Strom, and Danille Klunk. Since Jenny is the only one swimmer tonight, the remainder of the group will come later with coach Carlson. Since the team has spent […]

Women’s Swimming & Diving Sits Ninth After Day Two Of NCAA Championships

Shenandoah, Texas – Following two complete days of non-stop action at the 2015 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, the Gustavus Adolphus women sit in ninth place with 64 points. Head Coach Jon Carlson was impressed with the team’s performance this evening after what was an up-and-down start to the day.  “We were able to turn […]

Thursday Prelims Complete, 200-Free And 400-Medley Relays Move On

Shenandoah, Texas – The Gustavus Adolphus women’s swimming and diving team will have a pair of relays competing in Thursday night’s finals at the NCAA Championships thanks to their swims this morning at the Conroe ISD Natatorium. The 200-free relay kicked off the day’s schedule by earning a place in the championship final, while the 400-medley […]

Lone Star State Of Mind: Thursday Prelims

8:47 a.m. – Good morning everyone and welcome back to the swimming and diving travel blog! I am currently sitting in the media room located poolside at the Conroe Natatorium. The team was wide-awake at 7:00 a.m. for its morning walk and breakfast. If you aren’t currently following “gusties” on snap chat, you should. I’ve […]

Women’s Swimming & Diving’s Search For Six Begins Thursday

St. Peter, Minn. – When the Gustavus Adolphus swimming and diving team steps onto the deck of the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center on Thursday morning for the opening day prelims of the 2015 MIAC Championships, it will once again have a target on its back.  This year, that target is bigger and more glaring […]