Women’s basketball wins fifth straight

Autumn Zierman – Staff Writer The Gustavus women’s basketball team won its fifth consecutive game Saturday afternoon, beating Macalester 71-63 to improve to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in the MIAC. After three lead changes and five tie scores in the opening six minutes, Morgan Kelly hit a jumper to give the Gusties a 12-10 lead which they held the rest of the game. Gustavus led 16-14 … Continue reading Women’s basketball wins fifth straight

Swim steals the show at Grinnell Invite

Allison Fajt – Staff Writer The men’s and women’s swim and dive team ventured down to Grinnell, Iowa for a two-day invitational running Friday through Saturday. The men competed against seven other schools while the women took on ten – both Gustie teams took first overall. The Gusties blew their competition out of the water in every event. The women placed first with a score of 1667.5, … Continue reading Swim steals the show at Grinnell Invite

Women’s hockey continues hot start

Luke Siegle – Staff Writer The No. 6 ranked Gustavus Women’s Hockey team swept conference rival St. Ben’s this past Friday and Saturday in a home and home series. The Gusties were in complete control throughout both games, winning 2-0 on Friday, and 5-0 on Saturday. The two wins pushed the Gusties record to a perfect 7-0 and a 6-0 record against MIAC opponents. Game one of … Continue reading Women’s hockey continues hot start

Men’s basketball wins against Bethany Lutheran College

Autumn Zierman – Staff Writer The Gustavus men’s basketball team traveled to Mankato on Monday night for a non-conference game against the Bethany Lutheran Vikings and took a 66-62 win. With the victory, the Gusties move to 3-3 overall and remain 1-1 in the MIAC. This victory comes after a very close loss to the St. Olaf team on Tuesday the 23. “It was a great … Continue reading Men’s basketball wins against Bethany Lutheran College

Lund Center construction continues

Alli Joerger – Staff Writer As the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year begins to see its end, projects on campus are also looking for their stopping points going into the second semester. One particular project making immense progress at this time is the Lund Center construction project. The project is expected to maintain its correct course of construction and stay on the proper timeline moving … Continue reading Lund Center construction continues

Stumbo finishes strong

Brady Boie – Staff Writer Senior cross-country runner Andrew Stumbo is known for finishing his races strong. And much like how he finishes his races, Stumbo finished his running career at Gustavus with an impressive performance. As he took the field in Louisville, Kentucky to represent the Gusties one last time at the Division III national championships, Stumbo was experiencing an array of emotions. After having … Continue reading Stumbo finishes strong

Volleyball concludes tremendous season

Luke Siegle – Staff Writer After winning the MIAC championship, the Gustavus women’s volleyball team headed to the regional tournament in Eau Claire last Wednesday, Nov. 10. The team is led by star fifth-year Seniors Kate Holtan, who was named MIAC player of the year, and Hailey Embacher, MIAC defensive player of the year. The women were fired up heading into their quarterfinal matchup with the … Continue reading Volleyball concludes tremendous season

Women’s basketball drops season opener

Allison Fajt – Staff Writer The women’s basketball team opened their season Friday Nov. 12 in a game against the nationally ranked Simpson Storm. With a loss of 61-85 the Gusties have nowhere to go but up. The team traveled down on a bus for four hours to Iowa for the non-conference game. “We had scrimmaged University of Sioux Falls and SMSU before this game. And … Continue reading Women’s basketball drops season opener

History Made! Football breaks through

Brady Boie – Staff Writer The Gustavus football team finished off their season with a bang. The Gusties traveled to Moorhead and faced the Concordia Cobbers for 3rd place in the MIAC conference. As snow began to fall on Jake Christiansen field, the Gusties showed that they were not going to let the weather affect them. “It was pretty tough weather… we worked through it… I … Continue reading History Made! Football breaks through

Women’s hockey sweeps Lake Forest

Autumn Zierman – Staff Writer Gustavus Women’s Hockey opened its season this past weekend in a series win at Lake Forest. Friday kicked off the non-conference series win with a 4-1 victory, erasing a 1-0 deficit from the first period with two goals in both the second and third frames. “Winning our first two games of the season was really huge for us. It has been … Continue reading Women’s hockey sweeps Lake Forest