How did swing-swinging golf phenom Jack Holmgren win not only the state MGA junior boys championship, but also the PGA junior title, too? Why does the 17-year-old already have a scholarship in hand to compete at Iowa? What’s the back story to how the rising senior has been part of three – and nearly four – team state titles for Wayzata?
One Minnesota baseball player to keep an eye on during this week’s draft is Mounds View senior Max Knutson. He’s already secured a scholarship to Nebraska, but could be tempted to turn pro with the right offer.
She can pitch and she can hit, and she does it so well that as just a sophomore she is one of the best in the state.
When Burnsville’s Tyler Hanson lined up at wide receiver this fall for the Blaze – playing pigskin for the first time, ever – one of the state’s standout baseball players had a revelation.
Edina basketball star Graham Woodward is a joy to watch.
As we watched some of the best college athletes compete tonight, we wondered about the Minnesota high school athletes playing in the state basketball tournament.
In the fall of 2008, Brian Bender was a new father and attending William Mitchell College of Law. Suddenly, the first-year law student would confront a challenge few other students ever face.
Former U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar lost his seat in Congress, but now a scholarship in his name is being created at the University of Minnesota.
A scholarship will be created to honor the memory of a stunt pilot whose plane crashed during the Kansas City Air Show.
With just a few tosses of a football, a Minneapolis woman won a $123,000 scholarship.