Softball starts season sizzling

The Gustavus Women’s Softball Team has had about as good of a start to a season as one could ask for. After spending over a week in Florida playing against different teams and honing their craft, the Gusties returned to St. Peter and conference competition when they played a doubleheader against Augsburg on Friday. After a slow first couple of innings, the Gusties found themselves … Continue reading Softball starts season sizzling

Men’s tennis sweeps SJU and SMU

The Gustavus Men’s Tennis team has been relishing in recent victories, and preparing to bounce back from an unfortunate loss in the final month of the season. The Gusties swept both St. John’s University and St. Mary’s University over the weekend, with records of 9-0 for both tournaments. First-year Josh Christensen’s efforts against St. John’s earned him the honors of MIAC Men’s Tennis Athlete of … Continue reading Men’s tennis sweeps SJU and SMU

Baseball splits series against Hamline

Parker Burman – Staff Writer Coming into play Monday against Hamline the Gustavus baseball team was sitting at an overall record of 11-3. After a successful trip to Arizona that saw them win eight of their nine games and ten of their last eleven, the Gusties were looking to build off that success. They currently sit at 12-4 overall with a conference record of 1-1. Monday’s … Continue reading Baseball splits series against Hamline

Women’s hockey caps season with a thriller

Brady Boie – Staff Writer The Gustavus Women’s Hockey team continued their Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament. After knocking off the 2nd-ranked River Falls Falcons, the Gusties found themselves facing the Plattsburg State Cardinals, who were the defending National Champions and touted as the third-best team in the NCAA throughout the regular season. This Frozen Four matchup would determine who would advance to the championship … Continue reading Women’s hockey caps season with a thriller

Women’s tennis sweeps SMSU and MSU

Luke Siegle – Staff Writer The Gustavus Women’s Tennis team returned from their spring break trip in Texas and locked up two wins this past Saturday against Mankato State University and Southwest Minnesota State University. With an impressive 5-2 win over Mankato and then a dominant 7-0 win against SMSU they got back on track heading into conference play which starts in a couple weeks. “On … Continue reading Women’s tennis sweeps SMSU and MSU

Gymnastics seniors compete at Nationals

Allison Fajt – Staff Writer This weekend Gustavus’s Seniors Brooke Merila and Sophia Redding ended their gymnastics season on a high at Nationals held at Ithaca, New York. Merila placed 8th in the All-Around category and Redding placed 6th in bars- both earning the title of All-American. “Getting All-American was definitely in the back of my mind, I didn’t want that to kinda be like the … Continue reading Gymnastics seniors compete at Nationals

Women’s track makes history at nationals

Luke Siegle – Staff Writer Three members of the Women’s Track and Field team earned a spot at the NCAA Indoor Championships last Friday and Saturday. Junior Annika Poe competed in the shot put and finished in 8th place. Junior Birgen Nelson competed in the 60 M Hurdles and placed 7th and Senior Elizabeth Donnelly also finished in seventh place in the 800 M. With all three … Continue reading Women’s track makes history at nationals

Baseball shows off in home opener

Parker Burman – Staff Writer Entering this past weekend the Gustavus baseball team was sitting at a record of 1-2 after a road trip to Topeka, Kansas. Facing off against Luther College in a double header, the Gusties dropped both high scoring games while picking up a 14-10 victory in a game against Simpson College. Hoping to get back to a winning record and to start … Continue reading Baseball shows off in home opener

Women’s hockey continues historic season

Brady Boie – Staff  Writer After securing the MIAC championship less than a week ago, the Gustavus Golden Gusties continued their postseason run as a participant in the NCAA Women’s Hockey Tournament. Their path to the Frozen Four and National Championship game began with a home match against the Eau Claire Blugolds. Much like the MIAC Championship game, the atmosphere at Don Roberts Ice Rink was … Continue reading Women’s hockey continues historic season

Women’s hockey continues dominance

Parker Burman – Staff Writer The Golden Gusties Women’s Hockey team entered a packed Don Roberts Arena Saturday afternoon for a showdown against Hamline to determine the MIAC Champion. As with many games this season, Gustavus was able to light the lamp early and often as they skated their way towards victory. Gustavus entered the game as the No.6 team in Division III and showed they … Continue reading Women’s hockey continues dominance