Four golfers finished in the top 25 and combined for six rounds in the 70s to lead the MSOE golf team to a fifth-place finish at the WLC Fall Invitational Saturday and Sunday at Washington County Golf Course.
Senior Sullivan Schrandt and sophomore Bryce Lindsley each carded +16 (158) over two rounds to lead the MSOE golf team to 14th place at the Tim Kopka Memorial Tournament Friday and Saturday at Randall Oaks Golf Club.
The MSOE golf team returns its five top scorers from last season, bringing a unique blend of experience and youth to the links in 2018 and the Raiders will look to build on that foundation for a strong season.
The MSOE Athletic Department announced its annual post-season honors Monday afternoon the first Student Awards Celebration co-hosted by Athletics and Student Life. The luncheon honored all of the standout accomplishment of the university’s student body.
Freshman Bryce Lindsley and junior Sullivan Schrandt were each within three shots of par for the MSOE golf team in its final competition of the season at the Edgewood Spring Invitational Friday at Bishops Bay Country Club.
Senior Clay Gustafson was an immediate smash for the MSOE lacrosse team, racking up 30 goals and 49 points as a rookie in 2015. He then added to his goal total in each of his next two seasons, establishing the school record of 40 goals in a season in 2017.
Baseball was the first sport offered by MSOE in the current era of intercollegiate athletics. Then, in the spring of 1976, golf got its start. Forty-one years later, the man who led that first golf squad into action is still going strong as head coach of the Raiders.
Freshman Jacob Mueller put together a pair of rounds in the 70s as the team’s high finisher, with the MSOE golf team taking 10th out of 14 teams at the MSOE Invitational Sunday and Monday at Grand Geneva Resort.
The MSOE women’s volleyball team 2014 freshman class was two players—Abby Born and Aleah Quast. Now, in their fourth seasons, the duo is cementing their place in program history, each eclipsing notable milestones in the early portion of their final seasons.
Junior Sullivan Schrandt shot a -4 (68) in the second round of the WLC Fall Invitational to earn a share of medalist honors and lead the MSOE men’s golf team at the two-day event at Washington County Golf Course.
The MSOE women’s tennis team is off to a great start this season, having won each of its four matches and starting conference play at 3-0. What is most impressive is that the team has improved each of its results against common opponents from last season.
Braden Andryk has looked up to his big brother Logan for 21 years. He’s looked up to Logan in life and on the soccer field. In a path that has led both men through MSOE, he’s followed Logan through life and on the soccer field.