Lynx Fever Takes Hold After 4th WNBA ChampionshipFor Minnesota Lynx fans, this fourth WNBA championship is very special.
Lynx Drop $1M To Cool Williams Arena During PlayoffsBecause 90-year-old Williams Arena doesn't have A/C, the Minnesota Lynx installed a unique system that meets WNBA standards.
Whalen Back At Williams Arena For WNBA PlayoffsLindsay Whalen is back at home on her college court as the Minnesota Lynx host the WNBA Playoffs at Williams Arena.
Lynx To Open WNBA Playoffs Sept. 12 At Williams ArenaThe Lynx have clinched no worse than a No. 2 seed for the playoffs and have earned a double bye.
Lynx To Host WNBA Playoff Games At Williams ArenaThe Lynx announced Thursday that any potential home playoff games this year will be played at Williams Arena on the University of Minnesota campus.
Gopher Basketball Fever Sweeps 'U' Campus On Team's Hot StreakThe Gophers men's basketball team stayed hot Thursday night, winning their eighth consecutive Big Ten game.
Gophers To Retire Rachel Banham's Jersey Jan. 1Rachel Banham will have her No. 1 jersey retired on Jan. 1, 2017, at Williams Arena when the Gophers host Maryland.
Banham, Minnesota Inch Past Ohio State, 90-88Rachel Banham scored 35 points in her final game at Williams Arena and Carlie Wagner scored with 0.8 seconds left in overtime to lift Minnesota to a 90-88 victory over No. 5 Ohio State on Wednesday night.
Gophers Stun No. 6 Maryland For Year's First Big 10 VictoryNate Mason had 18 points, six rebounds and six assists to help Minnesota get its first Big Ten win of the season with a stunning 68-63 upset of No. 6 Maryland on Thursday night.
Dover-Etoya Snaps Sauk Centre Winning Streak 71-58 In 2A Championship
Ada-Borup Grabs 1A Title Over Maranatha Christian Academy, 82-65"I thought we could pull it together, not undefeated," said Miki Lee after scoring 22 points to lead the Cougars to an 82-65 win Saturday over Maranatha Christian Academy (29-4) in the Class 1A final at Williams Arena.
Esko, DeLaSalle, Lakeville North Out To Defend State TitlesEsko, DeLaSalle and Lakeville North have returned to the boys state basketball tournament to defend titles. The tournament begins Wednesday at Target Center and Williams Arena, the 19th year of the four-class format.