Gopher Football Hosting Pro Day March 28The University of Minnesota football team is hosting its pro day for outgoing seniors on Wednesday, March 28.
Gopher Women Fall In NCAAs At Oregon, 101-73Carlie Wagner led the Golden Gophers with 20 points. Oregon's 101 points were the most Minnesota had given up all year.
3 Minnesota Teams Make NCAA Men's Hockey Tourney; No GophersThree Minnesota teams made the 16-team field for the NCAA Division I men's hockey tournament, but not the University of Minnesota.
After Upset Win Over Green Bay, Gophers Face 2-Seed DucksAfter the victory in their NCAA Tournament opener, Minnesota's coaches sat courtside to watch their next opponent, Oregon. What they saw was a second-seeded team that certainly wasn't taking their first opponent lightly.
Bell Helps Minnesota Upset 7-Seed Green Bay 89-77Kenisha Bell scored 24 of her 26 points in the second half to lead No. 10 seed Minnesota to an 89-77 victory over No. 7 Green Bay.
Gophers Make NCAA Women's TournamentBuffalo, Creighton, Minnesota and Oklahoma were the last four in.
Gophers Among Final 8 Under Consideration For NCAA Women's Basketball TourneyThe NCAA women's basketball committee revealed the final eight teams under consideration for the last four spots in the NCAA Tournament bracket on Sunday.
Gopher Gymnast Lexy Ramler Lives For Perfection, ChallengeLexy Ramler is bring the Gophers gymnastics program up and the fans to their feet.
Gophers RB Shannon Brooks To Miss 2018 SeasonCoach PJ Fleck said Shannon Brooks is out for the season after suffering a non-contact lower leg injury that will require surgery.
Gopher Women's Hockey Upsets Wisconsin To Earn NCAA BidThe Gophers beat Ohio State and Wisconsin on consecutive days to earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
No. 13 Ohio State Women Edge Gophers 90-88 In Big 10 SemisThe top-seeded Buckeyes didn't secure a spot in the championship game until Carlie Wagner's 12-foot jumper from the right of the lane bounced off the rim as time expired.
Wagner, Bell Lead Gophers Over Iowa, 90-89Carlie Wagner and Kenisha Bell combined for 53 points and Minnesota defeated Iowa 90-89 on Friday despite a school and Big Ten Tournament record 48 points by the Hawkeyes' Megan Gustafson.