Six current and former Gophers players helped the U.S. team win gold on Feb. 21-22 in PyeongChang, South Korea during the 2018 Olympics. Those players have since returned to the U.S. and stayed busy in the weeks that have followed.
Redshirt sophomore Sammie Houston had a breakout performance for the Gophers in the triple jump. Houston was one of three Minnesota players to finish runner up in their events. He broke a personal record in the triple jump at 50 feet, 10 inches. The distance cracked him into the top 10 of Gophers performances.
Freshman Teddy Frid broke four personal records in seven events to cap off his indoor season in 2018.
Long became the second athlete in program history to win a national title.
Minnesota left the Big Ten conference tournament with six wrestlers qualified for the upcoming NCAA championships.
Junior Jackson Wellenstein led the Gophers with 11 points in three different events at the Big Ten Indoor Championship on Friday and Saturday.
Senior Kaitlyn Long helped bring a Big Ten Indoor Championship to Minnesota for the first time since 2009.