Source: Former Gophers AD Gets Job At UConnThe former interim athletic director for the University of Minnesota athletic department has accepted a job in Connecticut, sources tell WCCO's Mike Max.
Search Narrows For University Of Minnesota Athletic DirectorThe search for the University of Minnesota's next athletic director has been narrowed down to four candidates.
U Of M Breaks Ground On 'Athletes Village'The University of Minnesota is breaking ground on its new Athletes Village Friday. The $166 million project includes three new buildings, one of which will be able to hold over 700 student athletes.
'U' Email Reveals Investigation Into Possible Football Player MisconductThe University of Minnesota has investigated a series of sexual misconduct allegations against Gopher football players that it says did not result in criminal charges. An internal university email does not identify the players involved in the incidents, or when they happened.
Gopher Football Players Accused In 2 Incidents Of Sexual Assault, HarassmentUniversity of Minnesota athletic officials were notified this summer about a "concerning pattern" of sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations against Gopher football players over the past year, according to an email obtained through an open records request.
Interview: Beth Goetz Talks Raising Money, Morale At The UThe interim athletic director for the University of Minnesota spoke with WCCO Radio on Sunday, commenting on her new job, morale at the institution and what the future holds.
1-On-1 Interview With New 'U' Athletic Director Beth GoetzThere are still many unanswered questions about the Gophers athletic department under Norwood Teague. Most pressing: Whether anyone else knew about Teague's behavior towards women, and should have done something about it. The University announced an independent investigation Tuesday that will look into that, among other things.
Goetz Attends First Gopher Football Practice As Interim Athletic DirectorBeth Goetz was named interim director of athletics after Norwood Teague resigned, admitting to sexually harrasing two university employees.