GUSTIES VS. ST. SCHOLASTICA
- After a scoreless first half, both teams came out firing in half number two with the Gusties taking home the 4-2 victory.
- Trace Dobson, Arthur Parens, Scott Heinen, and Matt Gibbons each recorded a goal for the Gusties.
GUSTIES VS. BETHEL
- The Gusties came out strong versus the Royals jumping getting on top 3-0 before Bethel managed one goal to result in a 3-1 Gustavus victory.
- David Almaer scored the first goal, then Matt Gibbons tacked on the second and third to give him three total goals in the week.
- With both of his performances, Gibbons was also named MIAC Player of the Week.
GUSTIES VS. WISCONSIN-LA CROSSE
- The Gusties and Eagles battled in a near three hour long contest thanks to an hour long lighting delay, with the contest ending 5-2 in favor of the Eagles.
- The Gusties held a 2-1 lead early in the second half thanks to goals from Kylie Lamberty and Emily Skogseth before the Eagles scored four unanswered goals in the final 36 minutes to take the victory.
GUSTIES VS. BETHEL
- The Gusties dropped a very back-and-forth contest to the Royals on Saturday after Bethel scored the game-winner with less than five minutes to play for the 4-3 victory.
- Katie Ashpole and Rachel Rehnelt each scored their second goal of the season in the contest, while Lucy Thompson scored her first.
Coach Laura Burnett-Kurie said, "We scored early, then came from behind twice and unfortunately we haven’t been on the right side of the results lately. The outcome doesn’t take away from our team and we are going to be reinvigorated heading into the last third of the season."
- For the second consecutive season, the Gusties came out victorious on Homecoming by defeating the Cobbers of Concordia by a score of 27-14.
- Gustavus controlled possession for more than 41 minutes and held the MIAC’s top rushing attack to just 20 yards on 23 carries (their fewest rushing yards since 2000).
- In the first half, the Gusties outscored the Cobbers by a tally of 27-0 and that proved to be all the difference, as Concorida won the second half by a 14-0 margin but their comeback came up short.
- Gustavus outgained Concordia 387-194 in total offensive yards with 267 through the air and 120 on the ground.
On the contest, Head Coach Peter Haugen said. “It was an incredible job by our defense. To hold a team like Concordia to 20 yards [rushing] is really quite something. The execution of our offense on third down was special in some key areas. I’m really proud of our guys. We’ve had to fight through some adversity and come together as a group.”
- After a rough first day where they saw themselves fall behind leaders St. Thomas and St. Olaf by 16 strokes, the men's team played exceptional golf in both rounds of day two to climb to second place.
- The Gusties shot the low score for both of day two's rounds by posting scores of 291 and 288.
- First-year Jacob Pederson played superb in all three rounds for the Gusties shooting 70-69-71-210 to win medalist honors by four strokes.