Minnesota has just one series remaining in its long home stand.
Minnesota struggled in the fourth quarter when it mattered most.
Four Gophers punched their tickets to U.S. Bank Stadium over the weekend, highlighted by Gable Steveson winning a Big Ten championship.
The Gophers torched Nebraska 107-75, setting a program record in 3-pointers made.
“She’s just very deserving and she’s so important for our team as a person, but also in gymnastics,” head coach Jenny Hansen said.
The Gophers men's hockey team is preparing for their run at the postseason, where they will battle a familiar foe in the Big Ten quarterfinals: the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
The Gophers suffered another tough loss against Indiana on Wednesday, falling 67-72. It was their sixth loss in their last seven games.
The Gophers look towards the Big Ten Championships, its last stop before the NCAA Championships in their own backyard at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Throughout the year, Minnesota has had plenty of opportunities to improve its resume. However, in the likely scenario that they don't hear their name called on Selection Sunday, it would not be for a lack of effort but rather a lack of execution.
The Minnesota women's basketball team fell flat in its final game of the regular season, losing 99-44 to No. 7 Maryland.
For the second-straight game, a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute fell Minnesota.
The Gophers had a chance to claim the Big Ten regular season title over the weekend, but a disappointing showing against Michigan left them with empty handed.
The Gophers' offense was firing on all cylinders over the weekend, notching three run-rule victories and winning four of five in the Auburn Tournament.
Despite the losses, the teams had standout individual performances.
The Gophers women's hockey team swept the St. Cloud State Huskies this weekend, keeping their hopes of regaining the WCHA Championship alive.
With the regular season over, the Gophers have now set their sights on claiming their third conference title in three years.