The Gophers know regular season success doesn’t necessarily guarantee postseason success.
Despite that, they’ll try building off a successful regular season as they head to Columbus, Ohio, to compete in the Big Ten championships.
Minnesota finished 12-3 overall in dual meets while being ranked No. 5 in the nation as a team. Despite these accolades, head assistant coach Brandon Eggum said his team has to forget about what it has accomplished in the regular season.
“Everything starts fresh from here on out,” Eggum said.
Minnesota lost to Cornell in its last meet before the Big Ten championships.