ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s dance shoes team earned a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference series brush with a 4-1 victory over Hamline College Saturday evening at Oscar Johnson Arena, guided by a 3-0 start off.
The Gusties, now 4-3-1 overall and 3-1 around conference play, carried their very own momentum from Friday night’vertisements victory into Saturday, professing a three-goal lead through two periods and holding on for any win and the series attract over the Pipers.
Jake Bushey tallied his first of 4 seasons, on the power play, utilizing help from Caleb Anderson and Mason Etter to give the Gusties the 1-0 lead early in the first time period. Anderson now has registered a point in four-straight games and continues to lead the team in scoring.
With under a minute remaining in the first figure, Reid Brown put home his first goal of the season, which endured as the eventual game-winner. JT Walters and Tim Donohue were credited with assists.
6:16 into the second period, Gustavus secured a new three-goal cushion as Jake McCann fed JP Eykyn for his first collegiate goal.
The Pipers pennyless through the Gustie defense with an excess attacker goal within the last tiny of the game, prior to a Reid Brown empty net goal, finishing out the game with his to begin with career two goal-performance.
The Black and Gold shut out the Pipers in most six power play opportunities, while going 1-for-6. Hamline outshot the Gusties 32-28, using Chris Amsden recording 31 saves with regard to his second win of the year.
Gustavus will take next weekend off prior to a series with Bethel College Dec. 1-2.