Minnesota found its way back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2015.
Minnesota heads into spring break on a nine-game, week-long trip in Arizona against five different teams. They will play two three-game series, one against Arizona State and one against New Mexico State.
The running back unit for Minnesota got smaller Tuesday, about six months before the season starts.
No. 21 Minnesota (12-7) played two ranked opponents over the weekend and lost both contests. The team defeated Oregon State 4-1 and Colorado State 5-3 for its two victories. The Gophers also lost to the hosts of the tournament, unranked San Diego State.
The Gophers lost out on their bid to make a Big Ten tournament run.
Minnesota needs to win Saturday to extend the best-of-three series into Sunday
From taunting players to scoring five in each game, the Nittany Lions seemed to have it out for Minnesota last weekend, which resulted in Penn State sweeping the team. The matchup will be renewed this weekend for the Big Ten tournament in State College, Pennsylvania — just six days removed from where the two teams left off Saturday.
Katelyn Kemmetmueller's ability to manage her life in college and softball came from a routine. The routine on the Kemmetmueller Dairy Farm to be exact, owned by the family of the Minnesota shortstop. The sophomore likes to go back to her home when she's away from her Division I sport.
No. 22 Minnesota (10-4) rebounded from last weekend's 0-4 record to win five games in a row at the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic in Orlando, Florida.
The No. 8 Gophers (19-15-2, 10-12-2 Big Ten) fell again to No. 18 Penn State (16-13-5, 9-10-5 Big Ten) 5-2 Saturday, with the series sweep going to the Nittany Lions.