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Vice Provost for Student Affairs Jerry Rinehart delivered his final decisions Friday to the students groups that received no funding because of late applications fees.

[Photo] Rinehart to the rescue

April 18, 2010

Vice Provost for Student Affairs Jerry Rinehart delivered his final decisions Friday to the students groups that received no funding because of late applications fees.

Minn. stumbles at K-State

May 4, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team has little reason to worry, even after losing 12-6 at Kansas State on Tuesday. The Gophers can come away feeling good about having played a solid game, including giving the...

O’Shea’s 9 RBIs help earn series win

May 2, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team is starting to heat up at the right time. The Gophers kept themselves in position to make a run for the postseason as they won two of three games at Iowa over the weekend. Friday's...

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Minn. uses late surge to beat Bison

April 28, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team battled to gain exactly the momentum it needed as the Gophers kicked off a six-game road trip Wednesday night at North Dakota State. The Bison grabbed an early lead as they...

Gophers win third series of season behind two shutouts

Gophers win third series of season behind two shutouts

April 25, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team comes away with a lot of things to feel good about after its weekend homestand against Indiana. The Gophers played some of their best baseball of the season in two of the games...

Spring loss doesn’t worry team for 2011

April 25, 2010

For the Minnesota volleyball team, the spring schedule was intended to be a vehicle to progress and get ready for the regular season. The Gophers came away feeling they accomplished what they wanted as...

Two Gophers sign training camp contracts

April 22, 2010

As the NFL draft nears its opening round, an announcement came declaring two Gophers' players have already been added to a professional training camp roster. However, the signings have nothing to do with...

Gophers look to halt skid at home vs. Indiana

April 21, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team will enter its weekend series against Indiana with a do-or-die attitude. The Gophers (14-23, 4-5 Big Ten) enter the series on a three-game losing streak, and will be playing...

Jocobo Flores prepares pizza dough at Mesa pizza.

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April 21, 2010

Jocobo Flores prepares pizza dough at Mesa pizza.

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Students play hacky sack in the mall between Smith and Vincent Hall.

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April 21, 2010

Students play hacky sack in the mall between Smith and Vincent Hall.

Mahadrin Klezmer Ensemble practices for an upcoming show at the Bedlam Theatre.

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April 21, 2010

Mahadrin Klezmer Ensemble practices for an upcoming show at the Bedlam Theatre.

Employee Brian Bahn walks through wrapped kayaks at Midwest Moutaineering.

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April 21, 2010

Employee Brian Bahn walks through wrapped kayaks at Midwest Moutaineering.

University senior Alice Vislova talks on her phone about rent payments on the lawn between Carlson School of Management and Wilson Library.

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April 21, 2010

University senior Alice Vislova talks on her phone about rent payments on the lawn between Carlson School of Management and Wilson Library.

University junior Sophie Shank, left, and senior Sheena Meddaugh eat soft tacos from Chipotle in the stairwell of Wilson Library.

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April 21, 2010

University junior Sophie Shank, left, and senior Sheena Meddaugh eat soft tacos from Chipotle in the stairwell of Wilson Library.

A student grabs some shut eye on a comfy couch in Coffman Memorial Union.

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April 21, 2010

A student grabs some shut eye on a comfy couch in Coffman Memorial Union.

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Gophers drop another close one to Jackrabbits

April 20, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team simply canâÄôt catch a break as this season continues to trend toward one of disappointment. The Gophers found yet another way to lose on Tuesday afternoon as they dropped...

Aaron Becquer, a Junior Marketing Psychology Major at Augsberg  
University, cleans a counter at Sherlox Parlour last Monday. Sherlox  
Parlour is a new head shop in Dinkytown that features hand blown glass pipes from local artists.

[Photo] New head shop opens in Dinkytown

April 19, 2010

Aaron Becquer, a Junior Marketing Psychology Major at Augsberg University, cleans a counter at Sherlox Parlour last Monday. Sherlox Parlour is a new head shop in Dinkytown that features hand blown...

Gophers struggle late in Evanston

April 18, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team entered itsâÄô weekend series at Northwestern hoping that a win in the first game would lead to a series win. The Gophers opened the series with an 8-7 win , but they...

Matt Havekost of Stratasys explains how a 3D printer makes intricate prototypes to a conference attendee at the 2010 Design and Medical Devices Conference on Wednesday.

[Photo] Int’l medical conference comes to University

April 14, 2010

Matt Havekost of Stratasys explains how a 3D printer makes intricate prototypes to a conference attendee at the 2010 Design and Medical Devices Conference on Wednesday.

Senior English and Political Science major Sarah Shook, left, and Senior Political Science and History major Alex Tenenbaum stand in front of Sigma Chi Fraternity on Monday. They are going to Washington D.C. to lobby a bill that will benefit Greek housing.

[Photo] Greek students to support housing bill

April 14, 2010

Senior English and Political Science major Sarah Shook, left, and Senior Political Science and History major Alex Tenenbaum stand in front of Sigma Chi Fraternity on Monday. They are going to Washington...

Social Psychology graduate student Susanne Gabrielsen leads a group of swimmers Monday at the Aquatic Center. The University of Minnesota Triathlon Club is training for a triathlon that will take place in Texas next week.

[Photo] Triathlon team to compete in national championships

April 15, 2010

Social Psychology graduate student Susanne Gabrielsen leads a group of swimmers Monday at the Aquatic Center. The University of Minnesota Triathlon Club is training for a triathlon that will take place...

Patience paying off for Gophers’ Kvasnicka

April 13, 2010

The classic adage of working hard and learning from experience has driven MinnesotaâÄôs junior Michael Kvasnicka to improve dramatically thus far in his career. Kvasnicka came to the Gophers as...

President of Somali Student Association Guled Ibrahim appeal to the decision of to deny their late application

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April 13, 2010

President of Somali Student Association Guled Ibrahim appeal to the decision of to deny their late application

Vice Provost of Student Affairs Jerry Rinehart Jerry Rinehart speaks at the annual hearing designed to allow students to appeal decisions made by the Student Service Fees Committee at Coffman Memorial Union on Monday.

[Photo] Rinehart to rule on funds

April 12, 2010

Vice Provost of Student Affairs Jerry Rinehart Jerry Rinehart speaks at the annual hearing designed to allow students to appeal decisions made by the Student Service Fees Committee at Coffman Memorial...

The University of Minnesota is hoping to make TXT-U a requirement for all students sometime this Spring. TXT-U is a emergency notification text messaging system that alerts students of emergencies on campus.

[Photo] U hopes to expand TXT-U program

April 12, 2010

The University of Minnesota is hoping to make TXT-U a requirement for all students sometime this Spring. TXT-U is a emergency notification text messaging system that alerts students of emergencies on campus.

Offense comes alive after 2 losses

Offense comes alive after 2 losses

April 11, 2010

It proved to be better late than never for the Minnesota baseball team against Michigan State this weekend. The Gophers entered SundayâÄôs series finale having already lost the first two games...

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Minnesota earns bit of revenge vs. Longhorns

April 11, 2010

Rarely do teams have a shot at payback before the regular season even starts, but that's exactly what happened for the Minnesota volleyball team Saturday night. The Gophers took down Texas âÄî...

Gophers host scorching Spartans

April 7, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team is back on track after winning three-straight games, including a 10-3 win over Hamline on Tuesday. But the Gophers will face their biggest challenge so far this season when...

Kvasnicka earns Big Ten honor

April 6, 2010

Following a solid week at the plate for the Minnesota baseball team, junior Michael Kvasnicka was named Big Ten player of the week. The announcement came following Kvasnicka leading the Gophers to a series...

Gophers cruise past Pipers

Gophers cruise past Pipers

April 6, 2010

Suddenly, the Minnesota baseball team has become a run-scoring machine. The once stagnant offense continued to produce Tuesday night as the Gophers beat Hamline 10-3. Minnesota has now won three consecutive...

Roderick Ferguson is a University American Studies professor. He believes that if a University does not produce a demographically diverse student population, the result can be students who are not well-rounded.

[Photo] Race on campus: A work in progress

April 4, 2010

Roderick Ferguson is a University American Studies professor. He believes that if a University does not produce a demographically diverse student population, the result can be students who are not well-rounded.

Gophers win 2 of 3 in first taste of Big Ten action

Gophers win 2 of 3 in first taste of Big Ten action

April 4, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team went into the first weekend of Big Ten play looking to reestablish itself as a winning team. After a rollercoaster series at Purdue that ended with more ups than downs, the...

Sophomore David Cook, Mechanical Engineering major, left, Freshman Beth Burton, Astrophysics, middle, and Fresham Renee Becker, Scientific and Technical Communications major, right, discuss the FIRST robot competition that will take place this weekend.

[Photo] Go FIRST to aid in robotics competition held at U

March 31, 2010

Sophomore David Cook, Mechanical Engineering major, left, Freshman Beth Burton, Astrophysics, middle, and Fresham Renee Becker, Scientific and Technical Communications major, right, discuss the FIRST robot...

Artists Kara Hendershot and Summer Scharringhausen stand if front of their panting titled “Penelope” at Altered Esthetics on Tuesday. The new exhibit features collaborative artwork.

[Photo] Stop, collaborate and paint

March 31, 2010

Artists Kara Hendershot and Summer Scharringhausen stand if front of their panting titled “Penelope” at Altered Esthetics on Tuesday. The new exhibit features collaborative artwork.

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O’Shea’s big hits help Gophers win

March 31, 2010

With the way that the season has begun, the Minnesota baseball team will take a win any way it can. The Gophers didnâÄôt have an ideal game, but they pieced together what they needed to beat Concordia-Moorhead...

Gophers hope to impress during Big Ten season

March 31, 2010

The non-conference schedule has been a rough one for the Minnesota baseball team as it has started with an 8-16 record. However, the Gophers still have plenty of reasons to remain optimistic as they prepare...

Rhea Igao, a former U of M student, helps resident Teresa Linberb in a Roseville home on Tuesday. ACR Homes is a company that provides housing and assistance for people with physical and mental disabilities.

[Photo] Company provides disability services, student jobs

March 28, 2010

Rhea Igao, a former U of M student, helps resident Teresa Linberb in a Roseville home on Tuesday. ACR Homes is a company that provides housing and assistance for people with physical and mental disabilities.

Gophers sophomore short stop Troy Larson catches a hit ball on Saturday at Target Field.

Emotional series ends poorly

March 28, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team created a lot of local buzz as it played the first ever game at Target Field against Louisiana Tech. Unfortunately, the GophersâÄô play on the field throughout the series...

Strong 2009 campaign carries into spring games

March 28, 2010

After an extremely successful 2009 season ending with a run to the Final Four, the Minnesota volleyball team continued its strong play into the spring schedule. Though the games do not count toward the...

A cyclist and moped ride amidst pedestrians on Church Street on Wednesday. MPIRG is attempting to designate a bike lane that would run down Church Street to avoid injuries.

[Photo] Bike lane proposed for Church St.

March 24, 2010

A cyclist and moped ride amidst pedestrians on Church Street on Wednesday. MPIRG is attempting to designate a bike lane that would run down Church Street to avoid injuries.

Gophers put pieces together, win 4-2

March 24, 2010

MinnesotaâÄôs baseball team took a long stride in the right direction against North Dakota State Wednesday. The Gophers put together solid pitching, timely hitting and error free defense to beat...

Gophers first baseman Nick O’Shea attempts to tag out Bison’s Zach Wentz at first base during a game Tuesday at the Metrodome.

New series, same issues for Gophers

March 23, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team still cannot find a winning recipe as the season continues to progress, even against teams it expects to beat. Once again an early hole led to the Gophers having to play a pressure-filled...

Gophers drop 6 of 8 during break

March 21, 2010

Early season struggles have begun to carry over into the middle of the season for the Minnesota baseball team. The Gophers frequently receive a solid performance from their pitching staff, or they produce...

Gophers baseball takes down Harvard

March 13, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team played one of their best all-around games of the season on Friday night as they beat Harvard 7-1 in the opening game of the Metrodome Tournament. The Gophers were led by a solid...

Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak delivers his annual State of the City speech at Capella University on Wednesday.

[Photo] Rybak addresses unemployment rates

March 11, 2010

Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak delivers his annual State of the City speech at Capella University on Wednesday.

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Light delay, extras can’t stop Minnesota comeback

March 10, 2010

Minnesota entered WednesdayâÄôs game against St. Thomas knowing not to take the Division III team lightly. The Tommies are defending national champions and currently ranked No.1 in Division III....

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Odd weekend ends with Minn. win

March 7, 2010

The Gophers baseball team continues to find itself in search for consistency as the season continues to progress. Minnesota had a wide variety of scores as they hosted the Dairy Queen Classic tournament...

Gophers’ season ends with first-round loss

March 4, 2010

The Minnesota women's basketball team can finally breathe a sigh of relief, even if it comes rather unsatisfactorily. One of the GophersâÄô most disappointing seasons in recent years came to an...

Gophers draw Penn State for first round of Big Ten tourney

March 3, 2010

It has been a long, uphill road for the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team all season long. Sparing the Gophers of making an unlikely run to win the Big Ten Tournament, the road will come to an...

Sluggish start, defensive struggles doom Gophers in Metrodome opener

March 3, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team is still searching to find the right combination to turn effort into wins early in the season. Teams are continuing to take advantage of the Gophers as they are in flux, and...

McCoy, Buford earn Big Ten honors

March 2, 2010

Some positive news coming out the Minnesota women's basketball camp, senior Brittany McCoy and sophomore Kiara Buford have earned honorable mentions on the All-Big Ten team. McCoy averaged 7.0 points per...

Gophers blown out to end year

February 28, 2010

Perhaps mercifully, the 2009-10 Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball season came to an end on Sunday. In a year filled with disappointments, the Gophers capped off the season with a blowout loss at Michigan...

Young Gophers fall to three Big East squads

February 28, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team may be looking for new rally caps following a weekend in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Gophers were swept in the Big Ten/Big East Baseball Challenge as comeback efforts came up just...

Minnesota prepares for games against Big East

February 25, 2010

Coming off a successful series last weekend in Fort Myers, Fla., the Minnesota baseball team will look to continue its progress in the Big Ten/Big East challenge. After taking two out of three games âÄî...

Gophers close season with 2 Big Ten games

February 25, 2010

The Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team is beginning its final lap on a 2009-10 season that many would like to forget. Even with the disappointing year, the Gophers hope to continue to find positives...

Gophers can’t hold off Michigan

February 25, 2010

The Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team came out Thursday night looking like a team intent on finishing the season strong in the second-to-last game against Michigan. The Gophers knocked down shot...

Small towns come up big for Minn.

February 22, 2010

The rural Minnesota cities of Hinckley, Princeton, Becker and Elgin all have a couple of things in common: They have populations of about 4,000 or fewer and have produced current players on the Minnesota...

Minnesota bounces back to beat Indiana

February 21, 2010

A very different looking womenâÄôs basketball team showed up at Indiana on Sunday afternoon. The Gophers jumped out to a quick start and continually held back the HoosiersâÄô scoring in...

Gophers start season strong with two wins

February 21, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team traveled to Fort Myers, Fla. looking to answer some early season questions. Winning two of three games against Akron by scores of 6-0 , 2-4 and 1-0 gave the Gophers several...

Gophers baseball opens season with convincing win.

February 20, 2010

The Minnesota baseball team opened their regular season in solid fashion by defeating Akron 6-0 on Thursday afternoon in Fort Myers, Florida. Gophers' pitchers Seth Rosin and Scott Fern split time on the...

Gophers have no answer for Iowa

February 19, 2010

In a season that has found several ways to be disappointing for the Minnesota women's basketball team, moral victories are taken in stride with game wins. The Gophers were crushed at Iowa on Thursday night...

Senior veterinary medicine major Jonathan Hart examines a dog named Bo at the University of Minnesota Small Animal Clinic on Wednesday. The College of Veterinary Medicine receives millions of dollars each year from industry sponsors such as Purina.

[Photo] Vet School relies on external funding

February 18, 2010

Senior veterinary medicine major Jonathan Hart examines a dog named Bo at the University of Minnesota Small Animal Clinic on Wednesday. The College of Veterinary Medicine receives millions of dollars each...

Gophers hope to keep building momentum

February 17, 2010

The Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team is still looking for positive things to take out of this season. The Gophers have lost seven of their past eight games and virtually assured themselves of...

Gophers travel to Fort Myers to open season

February 17, 2010

The start of any baseball season faces many unanswered questions. Lineups need to be set, rotations need to be filled and roles need to be defined. The 2010 Gophers baseball team looks to start finding...

McKnight professor Larry Wackett describes how these large drums were used to mass-produce the enzyme able to detect melamine in milk for use in Bioo Scientific's MaxSignal rapid test kit in Minnesota's BioTechnology Institute Pilot Plant.

[Photo] Technology commercialization: from research to revenue

February 16, 2010

McKnight professor Larry Wackett describes how these large drums were used to mass-produce the enzyme able to detect melamine in milk for use in Bioo Scientific's MaxSignal rapid test kit in Minnesota's...

Minnesota sophomore guard Kiara Buford drives against Ohio State freshman guard Tayler Hill on Sunday at Williams Arena.  The Gopher’s lost against the Big Ten’s leading team 59-64.

Buckeyes outlast struggling Gophers at the Barn

February 14, 2010

Progress continues to provide hope for the Gophers even when they canâÄôt win. After ending a six-game losing streak at Penn State on Thursday, the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team once...

Gophers earn first conference road win

February 12, 2010

Apparently all the Minnesota women's basketball team needed was a change in its starting lineup to finally find a way get back in the win column. The revised lineup finally gave the Gophers the spark they...

Gophers face two more tough matchups

February 10, 2010

The road ahead does not offer a bright outlook for the struggling Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team. Coming off a crushing loss to Michigan, the Gophers now head to Penn State at 6 p.m. Thursday...

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents will vote Friday on amending its policy regarding the use of the University’s name by third parties.

[Photo] Regents seek to control U brand

February 9, 2010

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents will vote Friday on amending its policy regarding the use of the University’s name by third parties.

Gophers blown out at Michigan, drop double OT game to Badgers

February 8, 2010

The GophersâÄô losing streak was extended to six on Sunday afternoon as they were crushed by Michigan, 74-40. The Wolverines (14-8 overall, 6-7 Big Ten) dominated nearly every statistical category,...

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Current Gophers take win in Pro-Alumni game

February 8, 2010

After a two-year hiatus, the Minnesota baseball team opened its season with the 17th Pro-Alumni game. For the fifth straight year, the youth triumphed over the experienced as the Gophers beat the Pro-Alumni...

President of GAPSA Kristi Kremers sits in her office in Coffman Memorial Union on Friday. GAPSA submitted their fees application after the deadline and will now go unfunded for this year.

[Photo] GAPSA appeals for funds after costly error

February 7, 2010

President of GAPSA Kristi Kremers sits in her office in Coffman Memorial Union on Friday. GAPSA submitted their fees application after the deadline and will now go unfunded for this year.

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Pro-Alumni game returns to Gophers baseball

February 5, 2010

After a two-year absence, the Minnesota baseball team will once again play their 17th Pro-Alumni game on Saturday at 5:05 p.m. at the Metrodome. The Pro-Alumni team will have numerous familiar names, including...

Gophers fall to Wisconsin in double overtime

Gophers fall to Wisconsin in double overtime

February 4, 2010

There are only so many ways to lose a game, but the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team found several of them in their 76-74 double-overtime loss to Wisconsin on Thursday night. The Gophers started...

Minnesota guard China Antoine brings the ball down the court during the second period in a game against Illinois on Sunday at Williams Arena.

Gophers drop 4th-straight game

January 31, 2010

Even in most losses, teams can often find positives to take away. That has not been the case lately for the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team. The most recent letdown came Sunday as the Gophers...

Buckeyes too strong for Gophers

January 28, 2010

The Minnesota women's basketball team knew that going into Ohio State was going to be a tough challenge. What they may not have expected was just how hungry the Buckeyes were going to be to prove MondayâÄôs...

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Minn. travels to face No. 6 Buckeyes

January 28, 2010

Rarely does the transitive property ever play out in sports. The Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team hopes it can hold true this weekend. No. 4 Ohio State welcomes the Gophers to Columbus on Thursday,...

Associate Professor at Humphrey Institute Maria Hanratty, left, and Hennepin County’s Office to End Homelessness representative Lisa Thornquist, right, spoke to a group of graduate students Wednesday at Carlson School of Management.

[Photo] Students work to end homelessness

January 28, 2010

Associate Professor at Humphrey Institute Maria Hanratty, left, and Hennepin County’s Office to End Homelessness representative Lisa Thornquist, right, spoke to a group of graduate students Wednesday...

Students gather for a candle-lit vigil in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Monday. The demonstration was part of Gaza Week put on by Break the Bonds.

[Photo] Student groups host Gaza Week

January 26, 2010

Students gather for a candle-lit vigil in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Monday. The demonstration was part of Gaza Week put on by Break the Bonds.

Students gather for a candle-lit vigil in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Monday. The demonstration was part of Gaza Week put on by Break the Bonds.

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Students gather for a candle-lit vigil in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Monday. The demonstration was part of Gaza Week put on by Break the Bonds.

Michigan State sophomore guard Porsche Poole fights for the ball against Gophers sophomore forward Brianna Mastey during the first half of the Gopher’s 57-66 loss.

Gophers can’t hold off Michigan St.

January 24, 2010

The Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team came out on the wrong end of proving that itâÄôs not how you start a game, but how you finish. The Gophers got off to a fast start against Michigan...

Women welcome Michigan State for Sunday matinee

January 20, 2010

If the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team hopes to stay competitive in the Big Ten, they will have to be virtually unbeatable at home. The Gophers (11-7 overall, 4-3 Big Ten ) have held up to...

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Gophers end with Final Four run

January 19, 2010

Rarely do teams progress throughout the course of a season like the Minnesota volleyball team did in 2009. The Gophers began the season as a young team that lacked a playing identity. But as the season...

Minn. closes up-and-down break with loss

January 17, 2010

Two steps forward and one step back is the way things have gone for the Minnesota womenâÄôs basketball team to start the conference season. Taking the good with the bad, the Gophers have found...

Minnesota women’s basketball dominates Purdue

January 15, 2010

The Minnesota women's basketball team avenged an early Big Ten season loss they suffered at Purdue a couple weeks ago by crushing the Boilermakers 74-47 on Thursday night at Williams Arena. It took almost...

Minnesota volleyball wins way into Final Four

December 13, 2009

The No. 11 Minnesota volleyball team said from the start of the season that their goal was to reach the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament.  Of course, any team can say a run to the Final Four is a...