Mike Hendrickson


Seeler adds physical play

Junior defenseman Nick Seeler prides himself on his ability to check opponents.   “I’ve always liked the physical part of the game,” Seeler said. “It’s something that a team needs. Every once in a while a big hit can get the boys going and turn the momentum of a game.

Football a family affair for Connor Mayes

For sophomore right guard Connor Mayes, coming to Minnesota was all about brotherly love.   After his older brother Alex Mayes committed to play for the Gophers in 2012, Connor Mayes said he knew where he was headed for school.  

Gophers dominated by Huskers

The only lead Minnesota had all game on Saturday lasted 82 seconds.   And it was all Nebraska after that.   The Gophers defense allowed more points in a game th

Duluth rolls over Gophers

The Gophers left the AMSOIL Arena in Duluth late Saturday night with as many questions about their offense as they had last week.   The No.

Maye doing it all for Minnesota offense

Senior KJ Maye has done a little bit of everything on the field this season.   The wide receiver leads the team with 22 receptions, three touchdowns and 256 receiving yards.

Reilly returns to the ice for Minnesota

Redshirt junior forward Connor Reilly’s knees have never been kind to him.   Reilly had 11 goals in 24 games in the middle of last year’s season, but he was sidelined for the rest of the season after a knee-to-knee hit in a game against the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Wide receivers assist running game

Last week, Minnesota’s offense went back to its roots, which meant running the ball — a lot.   After being smothered by Northwestern University’s defense two weeks ago, the Gophers ran the ball 48 times 

Fresh-faced team led by Justin Kloos

After spending the last two seasons playing behind Kyle Rau, junior captain Justin Kloos will get his own time as the Gophers top line center this season.   In practice, Kloos has anchored a line that includes junior assistant captain Hudson Fasching and freshman Brent Gates Jr.

Gophers defensive line stays injury-free

The Gophers have had an injury at almost every position this year, with 20 players in non-contact jerseys during practice Wednesday.   However, one group, the defensive line, has stayed inju