The Gophers fall short against the Spartans 70-50, ending their NCAA Tournament run.
Minnesota's women's golf team keeps improving this spring season. The Gophers finished seventh in their latest tournament in California this week.
Minnesota's magic in the Big Ten Tournament didn't continue in the semifinal matchup against Michigan. The Wolverines routed the Gophers 76-49.
Minnesota upset the No. 2 seed Purdue in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal on Friday. The Gophers will face off in the semifinal on Saturday against the winner of the Michigan vs. Iowa game.
After concluding the regular season with a 19-12 record (9-11 Big Ten), the Gophers are confident that they've done enough to hear their name called among the NCAA Tournament's field of 68 teams.
Minnesota couldn't replicate the magic from senior night to defeat another ranked opponent. No. 24 Maryland beat the Gophers 69-60 Friday in the regular season finale.
Following a 68-64 loss to Rutgers on Feb. 24, it seemed Minnesota needed to win two of its final three regular season games to make the NCAA tournament. Two games later, that's exactly what the Gophers have done.
Jarvis Johnson came in as a highly-touted local recruit for head coach Richard Pitino in his first few seasons. Now, Johnson's time with the Gophers came to an end without any games played.