Lynx Stars Stay Home To Stay FreshSeimone Augustus, as well Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen, all took the offseason, off this winter.
After Rough Start, Minnesota United Seeing ImprovementGoal after goal after goal given up, Minnesota outscored 11-2 in its first two games, and 18-6 in its first four.
'I'll Bet On Myself Every Time': Football Coach's Miraculous RecoveryMike Sherels was unconscious and on life support for five days while his wife was pregnant with twins.
Shao Ting, China’s Top Player, Is Training With The LynxThe Minnesota Lynx opened training camp this week, and there’s an intriguing storyline to follow.
Wild Searching For Answers After Early Playoff ExitYes, the battle back was a sight to behold. But how do you explain such an awful start? How do you explain a team not being ready for a must-win playoff elimination game?
Eastview's Star Tennis Players Find Their Best Coaches At HomeThey're two tennis players from Eastview who are two of the best in the state, and they're from the same family.
Wild Keep Stanley Cup Hopes Alive With Game 4 WinIf there's one thing we heard time and time again after the first three Minnesota Wild playoff losses, it was that they felt they were playing really well – but they just couldn't score.
Will University Of Minnesota Add Men's Lacrosse As Sport?The University of Minnesota hasn't added a men's sport in decades. But with the game exploding in popularity, could lacrosse be next?
All Eyes On QB Battle At Gophers Spring GameDemry Croft wasted no time making a good impression, firing a bomb on the very first play of the spring game and leading two touchdown drives on his first two possessions.
Wild Prepare To Face Blues, Mike Yeo In Stanley Cup PlayoffsOf course. Of course the Minnesota Wild's first round playoff opponent is the St. Louis Blues, coached by none other than Mike Yeo, who was Minnesota's coach just 14 months ago.
Gopher Softball Doesn't Let Weather Get In The Way Of WinningThe Gophers won 30 of their first 33 games before finally getting a home game.
Success Of Fleck's Gophers Rests On The Backs Of The BacksWhen P.J. Fleck took over the program and did his initial evaluation of what he was inheriting, one thing stood out as abundantly clear: Running backs were way ahead of the rest.