Minnesota's season came down to Notre Dame. With a win, it continued, or with a loss, it was over.
The Gophers continued their success from last weekend with two victories against conference opponents this weekend.
The Gophers made it to the NCAA tournament after missing out last season. The 10th-seeded team will take on No. 7-seeded Louisville in the first game set for Thursday.
The Gophers moved on to the Frozen Four after defeating Princeton 5-2 on Saturday. Minnesota now will play Cornell next Friday for a chance at the national title game.
Minnesota's magic in the Big Ten Tournament didn't continue in the semifinal matchup against Michigan. The Wolverines routed the Gophers 76-49.
Minnesota upset the No. 2 seed Purdue in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal on Friday. The Gophers will face off in the semifinal on Saturday against the winner of the Michigan vs. Iowa game.
The Gophers beat Penn State and moved on to the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. Minnesota squares off against Purdue on Friday at 6 p.m.
This year’s senior class is a unique group that has seen adversity during a variable season both on and off the court. All the while, they were learning to play under a new coaching staff.
The Gophers hit their peak when they needed it most. They've won five straight and seven of their last eight games after sweeping Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
After concluding the regular season with a 19-12 record (9-11 Big Ten), the Gophers are confident that they've done enough to hear their name called among the NCAA Tournament's field of 68 teams.
First baseman Hope Brandner is producing for the Gophers in her first season with Minnesota. After spending the 2018 season with Oregon State, Brandner leads the Gophers with 26 RBIs and has hit six home runs. Her batting average is .343, which is second-best on the team.
While many students from across the country are heading somewhere tropical for spring break, the Gophers volleyball team has a special spring break trip of its own.
The Gophers have climbed the rankings steadily each week and have put together their best two performances in back-to-back weeks to vault them into the top-10 nationally and second among all Big Ten teams, trailing only No.7 Michigan.
No. 2 Minnesota (30-5-1) will face No. 7 Princeton (20-7-5) on Saturday at Ridder Arena in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Opening faceoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. The winner will advance to the Frozen Four in Hamden, Connecticut. The Gophers missed out on the Frozen Four in 2018 after losing to Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Gophers wrestling team (14-3, 7-2 Big Ten) walked away from the Big Ten wrestling Championship with their heads held high, as six wrestlers placed in the top five leading to 101.5 points and a fourth place finish.
No. 2 Wisconsin (32-4-2) defeated No. 1 Minnesota (30-5-1) 3-1 in the 2019 WCHA Final Faceoff championship game. The Badgers avenged their 2018 WCHA Final Faceoff loss, winning their eighth WCHA title and their second in three seasons.
Minnesota advanced to the second round of the Big Ten tournament on Saturday with a 4-1 victory over Michigan. The Gophers return to action next weekend against Notre Dame in the semifinal round of the tournament.
No. 22 Minnesota softball traveled to Austin, Texas for the Longhorn Invitational over the weekend, taking on Texas Southern and No. 9 Texas.