SPORTS


Men's Golf 4/25/2019, 12:37am

Seventeen years after national title, Gophers look to reclaim greatness

In April 2002, the University of Minnesota announced plans to cut the school's golf and gymnastics programs in an effort to offset the athletic department's $21 million deficit. Over the following months, the men's golf program completed one of the most improbable championship runs in Minnesota history. 


Women's Golf 4/22/2019, 2:24am

Minnesota finishes 10th at the Big Ten Championships

While Minnesota finished 10th out of 14 teams in the Big Ten Championships over the weekend, the leader board doesn't tell the entire story. In reality, the team looked to have improved dramatically from their 11th place finish last weekend at the Lady Buckeye Invitational.


Softball 4/22/2019, 2:24am

Gophers sweep Cornhuskers in Nebraska

Minnesota currently sits third in the conference, trailing second-place Michigan by half a game and Northwestern by one game. The Gophers will take on the Wildcats in the final series of the regular season May 3-5.


4/22/2019, 1:36am

Gophers overcome poor weather to break records

Severe weather put a premature end to the first day of the Duke Invitational track and field meet on Friday, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Gophers from taking six titles on day two at Morris Williams Track and Field Stadium.


Track and Field 4/18/2019, 12:01am

Minnesota track and field program enters a new era

The 2018-19 season has brought several changes for the track and field program at the University of Minnesota. It started when former women’s team head coach Matt Bingle was named director of men's and women's track and field and cross country at the University of Minnesota.


Volleyball 4/17/2019, 11:55pm

Major changes coming to Maturi Pavilion

University of Minnesota Athletics recently announced that a major renovation project to Maturi Pavilion had been approved by University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents. The Gophers’ volleyball team will be the primary beneficiaries of these upgrades, but fans and other sports teams will also reap some of the benefits.