The top-ranked Minnesota women’s hockey team beat Wisconsin 2-0 on Friday, extending its NCAA-record winning streak to 33 and grabbing sole possession of the NCAA mark for consecutive games without a loss or tie.
The Gopher women’s hockey team goes into Madison, Wis. Friday trying to beat their rivals and remove their record. They’ve won 32 straight, tying them with the Badgers for an unbeaten streak. But that’s only a part of this year’s goal.
It’s by far the coldest day of the season and it’s only a taste of what we can expect this week.
Minnesota’s Blair Walsh kicked a 56-yard field goal against the Houston Texans to set an NFL record with nine field goals of 50 yards or longer this season.
Andre Hollins scored a career-high 41 points to lead Minnesota to an 84-75 victory over No. 19 Memphis on Friday in the consolation semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Hey MIAC football teams, remember that Brett Baune guy from Concordia? You know, the fullback who racked up a school record 34 career touchdowns thanks to running all over you these past couple years?
Based on the consensus outside view of the Minnesota Vikings, a 5-3 record halfway through the season is a real accomplishment.
Winning streaks are fun no matter what the sport; they’re even more fun when they last for nine consecutive years.
Organizers of a fair in northeastern Massachusetts say a Rhode Island man has set a new world record with the first pumpkin ever to weigh more than a ton.
Richfield’s parade carried its typical patriotic tones, but with some major warmth added in.
Dusty Boyer of Forest Lake stands alone. He’s now the only Minnesota high school boys tennis player to ever have four individual state titles to his name.
Russell Westbrook scored 45 points, Kevin Durant added 40 points and a season-high 17 rebounds and the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame a career-high 51 points from Minnesota All-Star Kevin Love to beat the Timberwolves 149-140 in double overtime Friday night.
The records keep racking up in one of the warmest March’s we’ve ever had. One of the most remarkable ones happened last Saturday, when the Twin Cities hit 80 degrees on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the earliest day we’ve ever hit that mark.
One temperature record already broken, and we’re on our way to break another.
Minnesota Democrats say they’re on the lookout for distortions of President Barack Obama’s record and ready to act as a ‘truth team’ on his behalf.