Hawkeye Women Rally To Beat Gophers 76-75 In 1st Game Since Destiny Pitt's DepartureLeading scorer Destiny Pitts announced earlier Thursday her intent to transfer just hours before the game.
Gopher Women’s Basketball Star Destiny Pitts Announces Intention To Leave The ProgramIn a tweet, Pitts claims she was suspended indefinitely for her body language in game.
Gophers Women's Basketball Star Destiny Pitts Remains Suspended, Bello Twins Return To PracticeThe punishment is for unspecified "conduct unbecoming a member of the team."
2019 In Review: MN's Top Moments In SportsFrom the 9-0 start to the Gophers football season, Minneapolis hosting the Final Four basketball tournament, to Lindsey Vonn's retirements, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2019.
'Thanks For A Great Ride': Lynx Retire Lindsay Whalen's No. 13 JerseyThe former Lynx player retired from professional basketball at the end of the 2018 season. She now coaches the Gophers women's basketball team.
'So Many Unforgettable Moments': Lynx To Retire Lindsay Whalen's No. 13The Minnesota Lynx announced Thursday that the franchise will be retiring Lindsay Whalen's No. 13.
Lindsay Whalen's 1st Year As Gophers Coach Has Been A RollercoasterIt has been a learning process for Lindsay Whalen in her first year as coach of Minnesota.
Stillwater's Sara Scalia Looks Forward To Gopher FutureIt's hours in the gym, practice time that defines how much you want it, and what price you are willing to pay for success. That is how Stillwater High School’s Sara Scalia came to this game -- by learning to love the practice time.
Gopher Women On Losing Streak After Spartans VictorySidney Cooks scores a career-high 21 points on 9-of-13 shooting and Michigan State never trailed in its 86-68 win over 18th-ranked Minnesota on Wednesday night.
Gopher Women's Basketball Takes On Wisconsin FridayThe game is also Lindsay Whalen's first Big Ten opener as head coach.
Mpls. Miracle, Super Bowl, Mauer Retires & More: MN's Top 2018 Sports MomentsFrom the Minneapolis Miracle, Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl, to Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer's retirement, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2018.
Gopher Women Remain Undefeated, Top Coppin StateKenisha Bell scored 20 points, Destiny Pitts made four 3-pointers and added 14 points and No. 13 Minnesota remained undefeated with an 84-52 victory over Coppin State on Wednesday night.
Gopher Women Unbeaten, Top Incarnate Word 75-39Destiny Pitts scored 15 points and No. 14 Minnesota stayed unbeaten, topping Incarnate Word 75-39 Wednesday. Pitts made five 3-pointers, Annalese Lamke added 13 points and Mercedes Staples had 11 for the Gophers (8-0). Angelica Wiggins, sister of Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Andrew Wiggins, scored 13 for Incarnate Word (0-9).
Hutchinson High School Dedicates New Gym To Lindsay WhalenThe Hutchinson High School gymnasium, where Minnesota sports legend Lindsay Whalen played high school basketball in throughout the late 90s, looks a little different these days. It has been expanded, has a fresh coat of paint and now, it bears a new name. On Tuesday, the school district dedicated the gymnasium to Whalen, officially naming it “Whalen Gymnasium.”
No. 25 Gopher Women Pound Xavier, 78-53Kenisha Bell scored 18 points, Taiye Bello had 11 points and 16 rebounds and No. 25 Minnesota beat Xavier 78-53 on Wednesday night.