Minnesota currently sits third in the conference, trailing second-place Michigan by half a game and Northwestern by one game. The Gophers will take on the Wildcats in the final series of the regular season May 3-5.
This weekend had been on Shane Wiskus' mind since last year. He got his first taste of the NCAA Championships as a freshman in 2018, when he played an integral part in the team's second-place finish. This year, he added to his personal trophy case.
The Gopher's men gymnastics team heads to the NCAA Championships this weekend in a position that is striking similar to that of 2018.
The Gophers' women's gymnastics team knew it was going to be a tough road to the NCAA Championships. New rule changes saw the championship field drop from 12 to eight and with the Gophers ranking No. 11 in the country, they were right on the bubble.
The Gophers' softball team traveled to Illinois over the weekend, riding a six-game winning streak and looking for their third consecutive Big Ten sweep. While the Gophers failed to complete the sweep, the team took two out of three from the Fighting Illini, boosting their conference record to 8-1.
The No. 19-ranked Gophers' softball team wants to be seen as a powerhouse. But not just one in the Big Ten, where the team has finished 84-11 over the past five seasons, but in all of college softball. So far in 2019, their record and schedule have accomplished that.
Last year's Big Ten Championships in Ann Arbor, Michigan didn't not go as the Minnesota Gophers men's gymnastics team had planned. The No. 2 ranked Gophers were the favorites heading into an event the team had prepared for all season.
One week ago, Lexy Ramler was honored as the Big Ten Gymnast of the Year. The next afternoon, Ramler competed at the Big Ten Championships, claiming the Big Ten beam title and a share of the all-Around title. Four days later, she became an All-American.
Minnesota started its home season with a dominant victory over Big Ten foe Purdue 5-1. The two teams reconvene Saturday for the second game of the series.
Months of training for former Gophers' football players and others from colleges in Minnesota led up to Wednesday's pro day at the David and Janis Larson Football Performance Center.