Gusties at Hamline - Nov. 16th
GAC 0 - 1 HU (OT)
- The Gustavus men’s hockey team suffered a 1-0 overtime loss at Hamline on Friday night.
- The game-winner was scored 1:34 into the first overtime. The Gusties outshot the Pipers 31-21, but were unable to find the back of the net.
- Both teams went 0-3 on the power play. Robbie Goor (So., Anoka, Minn.) took the loss after making 20 saves.
Gusties vs. Hamline - Nov. 17th
GAC 6 - 2 HU
- In the second period, Evan Erickson (Sr., Woodbury, Minn.) posted his second goal of the season at the 3:55 mark and Dominic Picciano (So., Lake Elmo, Minn.) followed with his first goal of the season 21 seconds later.
- Tyler Ebner (Fy., La Crosse, Wis.) took advantage of a turnover at the blue line for a one-on-one shot on goal at the 12:24 mark of the second period, which he put in the back of the net for his first career goal.
- Nearly three minutes into the third, Van Sullivan (Sr., Brentwood, Tenn.) scored a power play goal for a three-goal lead.
- With the Piper goalie pulled, Toby Sengvongxay (Fy., Luverne, Minn.) found the back of the net two times to put the game away.
- Chris Amsden (Sr., St. Peter, Minn.) made 21 saves in goal, improving his record to 2-2-1.
Gusties vs. Hamline - Nov. 16th
GAC 2 - 3 HU (OT)
- The Gusties jumped out early on the Pipers getting a first-period goal from Amelia Vosen (Jr., Nowthen, Minn.) at the 16:05 mark.
- In the second period, when she made her 23rd save of the contest, Amanda DiNella (Sr., Oakbrook Terrace, Minn.) became the all-time saves leader at Gustavus as she passed Danielle Justice.
- At 1:45 into the third period Vosen made a perfect pass to Madigan Goldsworthy (Fy., Chaska, Minn.) in the slot who found the top left corner of the net for the 2-0 lead.
- The rest of the game was all Pipers though as they found the back of the net at the 4:32 mark and then again at 13:54 to tie the game at two apiece. The Pipers then got a power play in the overtime period and took advantage with 1:45 left to seal the 3-2 victory.
Gusties at Hamline - Nov. 17th
GAC 2 - 1 HU (OT)
- After a first period Piper goal, the Gusties were playing from behind for the first time this season.
- The young team showed resiliency as Lilia Scheid (Fy., Stillwater, Minn.) scored her third goal of the season off an assist from Allie Stanger (Sr., Paynesville, Minn.) at the 9:52 mark of the second period to even the game at 1-1.
- The two teams battled back and forth and went scoreless for the final period and a half and the game was sent to overtime.
- In the overtime period the Gusties were in the final 30 seconds of a power play when Sydney Henrichs (So., Eden Prairie, Minn.) took a shot that Stephanie Anderson (Fy., Blaine, Minn.) deflected in for the goal and the Gustie victory.
coach Mike Carroll said, “We played a poor first period today and got outshot 15-2 but Amanda kept us in the game. I was really proud of the girls for battling and we played great in the second and third and made up the shot advantage and found a way to win in overtime and returned the favor from last night."
Gusties vs. UM-Morris - Nov. 16th
GAC 75 - 51 UMM
- Kendall Thompson (Sr., Eden Prairie, Minn.) led all scorers with 23 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the floor. She also contributed five rebounds and three steals.
- Paige Richert (So., Comfrey, Minn.) posted 17 points on 7-of-11 shooting, including a game-high six rebounds.
- After a back-and-forth start to the game, Gustavus erased a 10-9 deficit with a 19-2 run at the end of the first quarter and into the second.
- The Gusties led 38-22 at halftime and were able to get a majority of their reserve players into the game in the second half with eleven different Gusties scoring points.
Gusties vs. Martin Luther - Nov. 17th
GAC 87 - 46 MLC
- Justine Lee (Sr., Dawson, Minn.) led Gustavus with 13 points, shooting 5-for-6 with three treys. She also tallied three assists and two steals.
- Kendall Thompson and Gabby Bowlin (So., Winona, Minn.) reached double figures as well with 12 and 10 points, respectively.
- Maddie Wagner (So., New Richland, Minn.) led the team off the bench with nine.
- The Gusties shot well at 55 percent from the field, including 50 percent from the three-point line. The home team also forced 25 turnovers with 17 steals.
On the game, Head Coach Laurie Kelly said, “I thought we set the tone right away but still had to focus on playing Gustie basketball. We shot the ball well and our shot selection, from an inside-out game, was good.”
- Stumbo came away with a 98th place finish on Saturday afternoon with a time of 25:35.2.
- Early in the race, a large group of runners got tangled up and went down. After being in 206th place at the 3k mark, he battled all the way back through the race to crack the top 100.
coach Brenden Huber said, “Unfortunately there was a lot of people that went down early in the race and Andrew happened to be one of them, but he got himself back up, didn’t panic, and he was able to move himself back up through the field.”
Gusties vs. Northwestern-St. Paul - Nov. 17th
GAC 71 - 68 UNW
- Riley Sharbono (Sr., Marshall, Minn.) led all Gustavus scorers with 13 points to go along with four rebounds.
- Logan Rezac (So., Andover, Minn.) played well for the Gusties tallying 12 points to go along with a team-high seven rebounds.
- First-year Nolan Malo (Fy., Owatonna, Minn.) has continued his solid start posting 10 points and five rebounds.
- The Gusties out-rebounded the Eagles 35-31 and both teams notched 17 assists on the contest.
On the contest, coach Mark Hanson said, “I liked our effort and enthusiasm with everybody. All our players on the floor showed a ton of effort and we had a lot of enthusiasm on the bench."