Football 11/25/2018, 10:13pm

Fans flock to welcome home the axe

Fans woke up Saturday morning to a familiar frame of mind: the Gophers are underdogs against Wisconsin. The point spread favored the Badgers by more than 11 on their home turf to keep Paul Bunyan's Axe in Madison for the 15th-consecutive year. 

Women's Hockey 11/25/2018, 10:08pm

Gophers win Windjammer Classic over Vermont

There won't be a banner-raising ceremony, but No. 2 Minnesota (13-2-1, 9-2-1) won the Windjammer Classic, defeating Vermont (3-8-4, 2-6-2) 6-2 on Saturday in Burlington, Vermont. 

Volleyball 11/25/2018, 10:07pm

Minnesota closes out regular season with a win and loss

Coming into the final weekend, the Gophers volleyball team was the only undefeated team left in the Big Ten. Although No. 3 Minnesota (25-3, 19-1) dropped one match this weekend, they bounced back Saturday — leaving a statement as the team heads into the NCAA tournament this week. 

11/24/2018, 9:04pm

'The Axe' is back

Minnesota beat Wisconsin for the first time since 2003, taking Paul Bunyan's Axe back to Dinkytown for the first time in over a decade.

Men's Basketball 11/20/2018, 10:18pm

Amir Coffey fitting right in at new position

Amir Coffey may not look like a point guard but Minnesota is more than comfortable with the ball in the hands of the 6-foot-8 junior. Head coach Richard Pitino said his combination of size and skill creates mismatches for opponents on the court.

Swimming 11/20/2018, 10:17pm

Swimmer balances academics, athletics, marriage

Junior swimmer Lindsey Kozelsky is the typical student-athlete in many ways. Like a normal Gopher athlete, she runs from classes and homework to practice, travels on the weekends for competitions, and maintains a social life. But, in addition to managing all of the latter, Kozelsky takes on the role of a wife and balances a marriage.

Women's Hockey 11/20/2018, 10:16pm

Taylor Wente anchors Minnesota's second line

Zumwinkle and Wente have been roommates and have been on the same line since last year. The pair played on the U.S. Under-18 national team that won gold medals at the 2016 and 2017 world championships.