For First Time In History, All 5 Minnesota Teams Make NCAA Hockey TournamentFor the first time, all five of Minnesota's Division I programs made the 16-team field.
'I’m The Right Guy For This Job': New Gophers Coach Ben Johnson Aims To Keep Top State Talent HomeBen Johnson arrived at Minnesota athletic director Mark Coyle's house already dressed for the job he was there to interview for.
Gophers Hire Xavier Assistant Ben Johnson As Men’s Basketball CoachThe University of Minnesota announced Monday the hire of Xavier assistant coach Ben Johnson as the Golden Gophers’ next basketball coach.
Richard Pitino Takes Over At New Mexico, Looks To 'Bring That Magic Back'Richard Pitino said the Lobos' fortunes will change.
1 Day After Parting Ways With Gophers, Richard Pitino Hired By New MexicoRichard Pitino has found employment one day after parting ways with the University of Minnesota men’s basketball team.
After 8 Seasons, Gophers Basketball And Coach Richard Pitino Part WaysThe University of Minnesota men’s basketball program and head coach Richard Pitino are parting ways.
Gophers' Late Rally Falls Short, Ohio State Wins 79-75Marcus Carr scored 24 points and Jamal Mashburn Jr. finished with 18 to lead the Gophers, who lost for the eighth time in nine games.
Williams, Mashburn Jr. Help Gopher Men Knock Off Wildcats 51-46Tre Williams scored 14 points and Jamal Mashburn Jr. 11 and Minnesota snapped a seven-game skid with a 51-46 win over Northwestern in the first round of the Big Ten Conference tournament on Wednesday.
Short-Handed Gophers Fall To Nebraska In Big Ten's 2nd roundMinnesota was without its top three leading scorers — Jasmine Powell (14.5), Sara Scalia (14.5) and Kadi Sissoko (12.6) — due to injuries.
Gopher Basketball Falls Against Rutgers, 77-70 In OTJacob Young had 23 points, seven assists and five rebounds to help Rutgers hold off Minnesota for a 77-70 victory Saturday in overtime to finish the regular season.
Nittany Lions Wallop Gopher Men 84-65Myreon Jones scored 17 points, knocking down four 3-pointers, as five Penn State players reached double-figures and the Nittany Lions walloped Minnesota 84-65 on Wednesday night