The No. 7 Gophers wrestling team beat the No. 14 Badgers 27-13 on Friday.
Gophers athletics is offering free tickets to federal employees affected by the ongoing government shutdown.
Last season, the Gophers men's gymnastics team reached their ultimate goal. The team qualified for the NCAA championships after a strong regular season and ultimately came in second overall — the best finish for the Gophers since 1990.
Wrestling is brutal on the body; it’s common for wrestlers to participate while dealing with aches and pains. Junior Mitch McKee has taken this to the extreme, fighting back from severe injury to quickly get back into the Minnesota lineup.
The Gophers (9-10-4) are back on campus after over a month of winter break. While they're starting classes and getting into their normal schedules, they will play Big Ten rival Wisconsin (8-10-4) on Minnesota's own ice in the upcoming series, hoping to get their skates back under them against a familiar opponent.
The west coast of British Columbia has orcas, black bears and a rich hockey tradition. Campbell River, British Columbia, located on Vancouver Island, prides itself on being the hometown of Detroit Red Wings legend Steve Yzerman. This coastal city is also the hometown of Gophers defender Olivia Knowles.
Minnesota tied the game 57-57 with 24 seconds left, but ultimately lost to No. 5 Michigan 59-57 thanks to a buzzer-beating shot from the Wolverines.
Minnesota has experienced its ups and downs over the winter break and finished the break with a 63-57 loss to Nebraska. The Gophers take on Purdue on Thursday to get back into the win column.
After a promising three-game winning streak against nationally ranked programs, the Gophers hit a roadblock in East Lansing, Michigan.
Three minutes and 45 seconds into the Gophers' game against Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 30, Williams Arena erupted into cheers as redshirt sophomore Eric Curry checked into the game. It was the first time in 654 days the 6 foot, 9 inch forward stepped onto the court in a competitive game.
Minnesota's wrestling team (10-2, 3-1 Big Ten) got back on the winning path in Illinois over the weekend as the Gophers toppled Illinois 26-15 Friday, and Northwestern 29-12 Sunday afternoon.
Both the women's and men's teams have begun to hit the mats at Maturi Pavilion, each with a few matches under their belt.
No. 2 Minnesota (22-3-1, 12-3-1-0) defeated No. 1 Wisconsin (21-3-0, 11-3-0-0) 3-1 on Saturday at Ridder Arena after falling 2-1 on Friday. Left winger Nicole Schammel scored twice as the Badgers allowed three goals in a game for the first time since Oct. 19.
Minnesota squeaked out a 65-64 victory over the the Big Ten's only winless team, Penn State, Saturday in a resurgent win to shake the effects of a blowout loss to Illinois earlier in the week.
Minnesota was routed by Illinois 95-68 on Wednesday. The Fighting Illini were one of the few Big Ten teams that was without a conference win coming into the matchup.
Minnesota rebounded from its loss against Maryland with an 18-point win over Rutgers. Amir Coffey led the team with 29 points on 10/14 shooting.
The Gophers lost to Maryland Tuesday night on the heels of a dismal performance in the second half and at the free throw line. Minnesota fell to 12-3 this season, 2-2 in the Big Ten.
Minnesota routed St. Cloud State 5-1 to take the inaugural Minnesota Cup at Ridder Arena on Sunday. Two players — Grace Zumwinkle and Taylor Heise — each had two goals in the contest.