Softball wins both in doubleheader

Parker Burman- This past weekend, the Gustavus Softball team traveled to Saint Paul to square off with conference rival Hamline for a two-game set. The Gusties would have a great weekend as the offense managed 16 runs to help Gustavus to a pair of victories, moving them to 10-12 on the season but to 4-0 in conference play. “Coming out with a sweep is always … Continue reading Softball wins both in doubleheader

Golfers start their spring season

Kieran Ripken- The Gustavus Men’s and Women’s Golf teams traveled beyond state lines this past weekend for a pair of invitationals. The Men’s team competed at the Illinois Wesleyan Invite in Normal, Illinois, and placed 8th overall, carding a 294-305-599; The Women’s team placed 10th overall at the Wash U Invite in Crescent, Missouri, carding a 339-336-675. This past weekend marked the first tournament since … Continue reading Golfers start their spring season

Men’s and women’s tennis continue to play

Zachary Tlusty- The Men’s Tennis team played two games on the 6th: losing to #6 Chicago 2-7 and beating Saint John’s 9-0. Last weekend, April 5th and 6th, The Women’s Tennis team was invited to the Midwest Invite in Madison, Wisconsin. During the weekend, they played multiple nationally ranked opponents and went 1-2 in those matches while also sending a team to play UM-Duluth. In … Continue reading Men’s and women’s tennis continue to play

Men’s tennis shines in California sun

Teddy Kaste- Gustavus Men’s Tennis escaped the frigid late March temperatures in Minnesota in favor of sunny California, where they soaked up the sun while competing in 7 tennis matches (including scrimmages). At the end of the week, the Gusties flew home with 4 wins and 3 losses on the trip. Gustavus’ Men’s Tennis team is currently ranked #13 in the nation, so they flew … Continue reading Men’s tennis shines in California sun

Women’s tennis travels to Virginia

Parker Burman- Over Spring Break, the Gustavus Women’s Tennis team traveled to Fredericksburg, Virginia for several showdowns against nationally ranked opponents. Unfortunately, the trip did not produce the fruits of success that the Gusties had hoped for as they came home from their trip winless in their four matches. The Gusties started their week in Virginia against #29 Southwestern University. Gustavus managed their only wins … Continue reading Women’s tennis travels to Virginia

Women’s Tennis wins two matches

Kieran Ripken- The Gustavus Women’s Tennis team hosted Grinnell and Luther at the Swanson Tennis Center this past Saturday, winning both matches 6-3. With a pair of wins on the day, the Gusties improved their record to 4-2 on the season. Gustavus began the day with a strong opponent in Grinnell, who came into the competition with an undefeated record of 10-0. “The team was … Continue reading Women’s Tennis wins two matches

MIAC Champs!

Parker Burman- This past weekend, the Gustavus Women’s hockey team hosted conference rival No. 14 Saint Mary’s at Don Roberts Arena, with the MIAC Title on the line. For the fourth straight season, the Gusties reigned supreme as Playoff Champions of the MIAC, just the second team in conference history to win four straight. In a hard-fought defensive game, the Gusties fought in all three … Continue reading MIAC Champs!

Men’s Tennis rolls on

Teddy Kaste- Gustavus Men’s Tennis played a couple of regular-season matches this past weekend against Luther and St. Olaf. The Gusties handled both matches, easily defeating St. Olaf 9-0 and Luther 8-1. The Gusties are currently ranked #12 in the nation, following a season in which they made the final eight. Now, the title aspirations are real for the men’s tennis team. The win against … Continue reading Men’s Tennis rolls on