Minneapolis Edison Pitcher Chooses To Keep His Talents LocalEdison senior James Swofford struck out 104 batters this season. That's nearly 30 more than the next closest pitcher.
Paul Allen, Vikings Partner To Buy Race HorseA large contingent of Vikings personnel is expected at Canterbury Park Friday night to support some of their own.
Meet The Best Minnesota Pro Team You've Never Heard OfYou may have played it in a park or on a beach. But did you know professional ultimate frisbee is a thing that exists?
Gophers' Matt Fiedler Thrives At Plate & On MoundIt's not at all uncommon in high school for the team's best pitcher to also be its best hitter. It's altogether unheard of in the pros. But college baseball is that magical middle ground, where magical players like Matt Fiedler can still thrive.
Adapted Bowling Tournament Sponsors New Autism DivisionThere's something new in the State Adapted Bowling tournament's 17th year in Brooklyn Park, and many parents are quite happy about it.
Gopher Softball Enters NCAA Tournament With Plenty Of MomentumThe Gophers softball team has won 14 games in a row. But the pursuit of number 15 will be their most important.
Minnesota's Hometown HeroesEvery "Big 5" pro team in Minnesota has a Minnesota native on the roster. David McCoy got them together at Target Field.
Timberwolves' Towns Unanimous Choice For NBA Rookie Of The YearThe NBA announced Monday morning that Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns is the unanimous choice for the league's Rookie of the Year.
Former U Athletes Finish Degrees Through Gopher Grad ProgramThere are 25 former Gophers now back in school finishing their college degrees, and they're honoring their scholarship.
Minnesota United's Ramirez Ready For MLSNobody is surprised by what Christian Ramirez has done so far this season.
St. Paul Johnson High School's Long Tradition Of BadmintonWhen you join the St. Paul Johnson badminton team, there's a sense of pride that comes with wearing that uniform.
Lynx Coach, Wolves Analyst Jim Petersen Staying In MinnesotaYou've known him as the television analyst for the Timberwolves since 2003 and the assistant coach for the three-time WNBA champion Lynx since 2008. Jim Petersen could have had a very different job this season.