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Down season to close with three contests at home

Published May 5, 2006

Minnesota's softball team has one last chance to end the 2006 season on a positive note. The Gophers (15-32 overall, 1-17 Big Ten) will face South Dakota State at 2 p.m. Saturday and again Sunday in a...

Minnesota salvages doubleheader split with six runs in sixth

Published May 4, 2006

With consecutive wild innings, Minnesota's softball team was able to redeem some of its dignity and gain a doubleheader split. The Gophers (15-32) beat North Dakota State 9-7 after losing 1-0 to the Bison...

Pitching continuity built through losses

Published May 3, 2006

This season has in no way turned out how Minnesota's softball team would like. The Gophers completed their Big Ten season Sunday with a 1-17 conference record and no chance of a postseason. But Minnesota...

Breaks go against Minnesota in home doubleheader sweep

Published May 1, 2006

All season Minnesota's softball team has felt it hasn't gotten the breaks. The Gophers (14-31, 1-17 Big Ten) were swept in a doubleheader with Purdue, 5-4 and 4-3 on Sunday at Jane Sage Cowles Stadium. "There's...

Minnesota to close Big Ten year

Published April 28, 2006

Minnesota's softball team is out of postseason play, but still hoping to end its season on a high note. In their final Big Ten games, the Gophers (14-29, 1-15 Big Ten) will host Indiana (26-22-1, 6-9 Big...

Minnesota sweeps midweek home doubleheader

Published April 27, 2006

Minnesota's softball team had picked up just three shutout victories in 41 games. On Wednesday they added two more. The Gophers (14-29, 1-15 Big Ten) defeated Wisconsin-Green Bay 4-0 and 5-0 in a doubleheader...

Gophers host the Phoenix for a doubleheader at Jane Sage Cowles Stadium

Published April 26, 2006

Even in the midst of a losing streak, Minnesota's softball team has managed to not get too down. The Gophers (12-29, 1-15 Big Ten) have lost 17 of their past 18 games, and are three-fourths of the way...

Gophers split spring games at tournament

Published April 24, 2006

If Minnesota's soccer team is using its spring schedule as a measuring stick, the Gophers have to feel pretty good about where they stack up. The Gophers defeated Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-0 and lost 1-0 to...

Gophers back on Robbie pitch for tourney

Published April 21, 2006

Minnesota's soccer team ended the fall season with feelings of unfinished business. The new roster, stacked with talented freshmen, had the Gophers experiencing their best season since 1999, but still...

Johnson to Corvallis for her final meet

Published April 20, 2006

For Minnesota women's gymnast Laura Johnson, there is not much left to prove. The senior already has established herself as one of the Gophers' all-time bests and as a consistent yet exceptional performer...

Road-weary Gophers suffer four more losses

Published April 17, 2006

This season, the road has not been kind to Minnesota's softball team. In the past three weeks, the Gophers have gone 1-11 in Big Ten away games. Minnesota (12-25, 1-11 Big Ten) dropped all four of its...

Gophers look to build on victory

Published April 14, 2006

For the first time in the Big Ten season, Minnesota's softball team has some momentum to build on. The Gophers (12-21, 1-7 Big Ten) won their first conference game last Sunday against Wisconsin after dropping...

After tough transition from juco, Parks now finding way

Published April 13, 2006

Minnesota softball player Lisa Parks is a two-time All-American. But that was in junior college. The Gophers junior third baseman tasted her share of success in two seasons at Pima Community College in...

Johnson qualifies; women’s squad falls just short

Published April 10, 2006

Just like last season, Minnesota women's gymnast Laura Johnson will be competing in the NCAA Championships. But again, she won't be taking her teammates with her. The Gophers placed fifth as a team Saturday...

Road-weary Minnesota to play four more away from home

Published April 7, 2006

For much of the season, Minnesota's softball team doesn't need a home stadium. The Gophers, more than accustomed to playing on the road, are nearing the end of a streak in which they will play 43-consecutive...

Minnesota looks to continue success at regionals

Published April 7, 2006

Everything went right for Minnesota's women's gymnastics team at the Big Ten Championships on March 25, and the Gophers were rewarded with the conference title. Minnesota is hoping for more of the same...

Williams becomes fifth player to leave program early in the past two weeks

Published April 6, 2006

On Wednesday sophomore forward Natasha Williams became the fifth player to leave Minnesota's women's basketball team since the season ended, and was granted a release from her scholarship. Natasha Williams,...

Podominick joins program’s exodus

Published April 5, 2006

The outlook for Minnesota's women's basketball team next season went from bad to worse Tuesday. Junior forward Liz Podominick said she will leave the program to focus on track and field, in which she hopes...

Opening Big Ten weekend in Michigan yields zero victories

Published April 3, 2006

Minnesota's softball team did not open the Big Ten season as it would have hoped, but the Gophers are trying to see their struggles as room for improvement rather than a sign of bad things to come. The...

Gophers open conference slate at Michigan and Michigan State

Published March 31, 2006

Minnesota's softball team already has been on the road for 25-straight games, and it will be no different when it opens Big Ten play. The Gophers (11-14) face Michigan State tonight and Saturday in East...

Stanton balances roles to perfection in second season

Published March 30, 2006

Sophomore Ashley Stanton is by no means the star of Minnesota's women's gymnastics team. That title without a doubt belongs to senior Laura Johnson, who recently was crowned Big Ten Gymnast of the Year...

Women top Michigan for a conference title

Published March 27, 2006

Minnesota's women's gymnast Laura Johnson said her team didn't set out trying to win a Big Ten Championship. "We were just there to post our best score of the season," Johnson said. Although they didn't...

Gophers’ early exit the result of several seasonlong problems

Published March 22, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball team started its season with plans of remaining in the national spotlight with a long postseason run and a fourth-straight appearance to the Sweet Sixteen. But attempts to...

A first for Borton: Minnesota falls in first round

Published March 20, 2006

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Minnesota's women's basketball team ended its season in a way no team in the Pam Borton era is accustomed to - with a first-round loss in the NCAA Tournament. The No. 8 seed Gophers...

Three will be key if Gophers want better result next year

Published March 20, 2006

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - With the graduation of seniors Shannon Bolden, April Calhoun and Shannon Schonrock, Minnesota's women's basketball team is in desperate need of new leaders. There is no doubt who will...

Slide likely means seeding slip

Published March 8, 2006

After losing five of its past seven games, Minnesota's women's basketball team has its fair share of critics. Tuesday's edition of ESPN.com's Bracketology has the Gophers as a projected No. 10 seed in...

Seniors sent off with snoozer of a win over Northwestern at Williams Arena

Published March 6, 2006

There were no standout stars, but that's probably the way Minnesota's women's basketball team's six seniors wanted their final home game to be. The Gophers (19-8, 11-5 Big Ten) easily handled Northwestern...

Experience fails against Indiana in quarters

Published March 6, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball coach Pam Borton stressed last week that the Gophers' veterans would be key factors as the team approached postseason play. "Nothing can replace experience," Borton said...

Slide continues with early exit vs. Indiana

Published March 6, 2006

INDIANAPOLIS - This is the time of the year when teams want to play their best basketball of the season, and Minnesota's women's team is doing just the opposite. The 20th-ranked Gophers suffered an uninspired...

Gophers open Big Ten tourney play tonight

Published March 3, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball team may not know what opponent it faces today, but they do know it will be a team they have beaten twice this season. The 20th-ranked Gophers (19-8, 11-5 Big Ten) will face...

Broback named second-team All-Big Ten; Bolden selected to All-Defense team

Published March 1, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball team had two individual honorees when the annual Big Ten conference awards were announced Tuesday. Junior forward Jamie Broback was named to the All-Big Ten Second Team and...

Broback keys second-half run as Gophers stop slide

Published February 24, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball coach Pam Borton said she had no doubt her team was going to win Thursday. The Gophers (18-8, 10-5 Big Ten) didn't disappoint, snapping their four-game losing streak by defeating...

Game against Indiana suddenly carries high stakes

Published February 23, 2006

What in the preseason could have been seen as an easy victory has suddenly turned into a very dangerous game for Minnesota's women's basketball team. The 22nd-ranked Gophers (17-8, 9-5 Big Ten) are in...

Minnesota hoping to regain stride by postseason

Published February 22, 2006

On Feb. 7 Minnesotaís womenís basketball team looked poised to make another deep NCAA Tournament run, ranked 11th in the country and on a seven-game winning streak. Two weeks later, the picture is entirely...

Foul trouble for Broback and Williams means fifth straight loss

Published February 20, 2006

MADISON,Wis. ó With the Big Ten title well out of reach, Minnesotaís womenís basketball team now has to figure out how to win again. The 17th-ranked Gophers (17-8, 9-5 Big Ten) dropped their fourth-straight...

Scorching Buckeyes shooting leads to win

Published February 17, 2006

When Ohio State All-American Jessica Davenport had two points at halftime, it looked like Minnesotaís womenís basketball team had a chance to win Thursday nightís game. Instead, the 17th-ranked Gophers...

Suddenly skidding team looks to stop slide

Published February 16, 2006

Minnesotaís womenís basketball team didnít have much time to get over losing back-to-back road games at Michigan State and Purdue last week. Thatís because the 17th-ranked Gophers (17-6, 9-3 Big Ten)...

Broback day-to-day with injury to right elbow

Published February 15, 2006

After injuring her right elbow during Sundayís game at Purdue, Minnesota womenís basketball forward Jamie Broback is day to day, coach Pam Borton said on Tuesday. Midway through the second half against...

Gophers lose game, possibly Broback in disastrous trip to Eastern time zone

Published February 13, 2006

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. " Minnesota's women's basketball team's hopes for a Big Ten championship all but disappeared Sunday with its second straight loss and a possible injury to its best player. The 11th-ranked...

Slow first leads to blowout in East Lansing

Published February 10, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball team had held its past two opponents to less than 50 points. On Thursday, the Gophers gave up more than that in the first half. No. 11 Minnesota (17-5, 9-2 Big Ten) was unable...

Newfound consistency for Broback gives Gophers a scoring boost in post

Published February 9, 2006

For a team that was not supposed to have a go-to player, Minnesota's women's basketball player Jamie Broback has been exactly that as of late. The 6-foot, 3-inch junior forward has been the Gophers' most...

Gophers roll to easy win over Wolverines

Published February 6, 2006

On a day when Minnesota's women's basketball team had season highs in attendance, three-pointers and margin of victory, coach Pam Borton also thought the Gophers played some of their best basketball. No....

Minnesota eases to road victory at Illinois

Published February 3, 2006

Despite its history of home success, Minnesota's women's basketball team also has been exceptional in Big Ten road games this year. The Gophers (16-4, 8-1 Big Ten) remain undefeated in conference games...

Each game vital at top of tight Big Ten

Published February 2, 2006

With the Big Ten title race as close as it is, losing once could prove disastrous for Minnesota's women's basketball team. Despite having just one conference loss, the 12th-ranked Gophers (15-4, 7-1 Big...

Gophers eke out late win against Nittany Lions at Williams Arena

Published January 30, 2006

The bench players on Minnesota's women's basketball team did not have as significant a stat line as they have in past games. But it still was the reserves who helped lead the 16th-ranked Gophers to victory,...

Gophers outlast outmatched Bison

Published January 27, 2006

Were it not for Minnesota forward Jamie Broback, North Dakota State would have had two historic basketball victories in one week. On Saturday, North Dakota State's men's basketball team drew national attention...

Freshman guard Fox finding way as lone player in class

Published January 26, 2006

The last time Minnesota's women's basketball team had a one-person class, it ended well. In Janel McCarville's four years, she led the Gophers to one Final Four and three Sweet 16 appearances. Now the...

Frontcourt scoring lifts Gophers to win at Iowa

Published January 23, 2006

IOWA CITY, Iowa " A year after losing Janel McCarville, Minnesota's women's basketball team may be more dangerous in the post than ever before. Forwards Jamie Broback (12 points), Lauren Lacey (10), Liz...

Minnesota rolls to win over Michigan

Published January 20, 2006

If there was any concern about a letdown game for Minnesota's women's basketball team after its big victory over Michigan State, it quickly dissolved. The Gophers got off to a quick start and easily defeated...

Scoring depth keeping Minnesota high in the Big Ten standings

Published January 19, 2006

Minnesota's women's basketball coach Pam Borton has stressed all season that scoring this year would have to be by committee, instead of a one-person show. And so far, that has been just the case. It seems...

Substitute forwards key in win over Spartans

Published January 17, 2006

If Michigan State's women's basketball team came into Sunday's game against Minnesota focusing on stopping Jamie Broback, it was in for a surprise. It should have worried more about Minnesota's bench. Role...

Sluggish start sinks Minnesota in S.C.

Published December 14, 2005

This was not the way Minnesota's women's basketball team wanted its last road game before the start of the Big Ten season to go. The Gophers (6-2) were soundly beat 79-61 by South Carolina on Tuesday in...

No late first-half fade in easy win over Cougars

Published December 12, 2005

A week after ending the first half poorly, Minnesota's women's basketball team made sure that did not happen again. The 14th-ranked Gophers (6-1) crushed Washington State 83-57 on Saturday night at Williams...

After a weeklong layoff, Gophers will take to the floor

Published December 9, 2005

With four games in eight days and lots of travel, Minnesota's women's basketball team did not have much time for practice last week. But this week has been different, as the Gophers had five days of practice...

Transferring thrusts Alsdurf from starting role to bench duties

Published December 8, 2005

Many college athletes transfer because they think they can earn more playing time somewhere else. Such is not the case for Minnesota women's basketball player Katie Alsdurf. Alsdurf, a 6-foot senior guard,...

Minnesota weathers Nebraska run, scores win

Published December 5, 2005

Despite surrendering a 21-point first-half lead, Minnesota's women's basketball team recovered enough to get all that was important " a win. The Gophers pulled out a 78-70 victory over Nebraska on Saturday...

After big road loss, Gophers return to the raised floor

Published December 2, 2005

For the first time this season, Minnesota's women's basketball team will have to test how to rebound from a loss. After losing Wednesday, the Gophers (4-1) will try to get back in the win column Saturday...

Gophers trounced at New Mexico

Published December 1, 2005

Accustomed to playing in front of large crowds that frustrate opponents at Williams Arena, Minnesota's women's basketball team got a taste of its own medicine Wednesday night. No. 21 New Mexico blew out...

Minnesota looking to use scoring depth to sink New Mexico at hostile Pit

Published November 30, 2005

Two days after returning from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Minnesota's women's basketball time had little time to rest. The 10th-ranked Gophers got right back on a plane to Albuquerque, N.M., to face No. 21...

Broback returns in Paradise Jam wins

Published November 28, 2005

After Minnesota's women's basketball team's first two games, the Gophers proved they can win without Jamie Broback. But with Broback back to her dominant ways this weekend, the Gophers showed how much...

Broback to return for Paradise Jam Tournament

Published November 23, 2005

Although Minnesota's women's basketball team is playing in U.S. Virgin Islands, the players know they're not on vacation. The Gophers will face Nevada on Friday in the semifinal game of the St. Thomas...

Minnesota uses tune-up, upset to win home tourney

Published November 21, 2005

It appears as though Minnesota's women's basketball team will do OK without a superstar. The No. 16 Gophers (2-0 overall) had six players reach double figures in their 84-77 upset of No. 11 Stanford in...

Subway Classic commences regular season for Gophers

Published November 18, 2005

After two exhibition blowout wins, Minnesota's women's basketball team will finally open its regular season with Division I competition this weekend. The Gophers will play host in the Subway Classic this...

Broback meets with coaches, rejoins team activities today

Published November 16, 2005

It appears as though Minnesota's women's basketball team won't have to worry about playing without Jamie Broback. Gophers coach Pam Borton said Tuesday that Broback has rejoined the team after a leave...

Minnesota again impressive in exhibition finale victory

Published November 14, 2005

Although it was rocky at first, Minnesota's women's basketball team showed continued progress toward being season-ready. The 16th-ranked Gophers beat St. Cloud State 82-42 in their final exhibition game...

Gophers prepare for final exhibition Sunday at Williams Arena

Published November 11, 2005

Now that Minnesota's women's basketball team has a point to start from, it has one more chance to fix problem areas before the regular season starts. The Gophers will take on St. Cloud State at 2 p.m....

Gophers cruise in exhibition

Published November 10, 2005

Despite playing without two starters, Minnesota's women's basketball team looked ready for the regular season in its exhibition debut. The Gophers cruised to an 89-41 victory over Wisconsin AAU on Wednesday...

Minnesota opens its season with an exhibition today at Williams Arena

Published November 9, 2005

While Minnesota's women's basketball team will likely not see heavy competition in their season opener, it will at least give them a chance to start working out the kinks. The Gophers - ranked No. 16 in...

Gophers positive despite missing NCAAs

Published November 8, 2005

Minnesota's soccer team completed the 2005 season much improved but dissatisfied. The Gophers (9-8-2, 6-4-0 Big Ten) compiled a winning season for the first time since 1999, but were left out of the 64-team...

Minnesota falls in Big Ten Tournament opener

Published November 4, 2005

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - After priding itself on defense all year, it was an uncharacteristic mistake that helped send Minnesota's soccer team home from the Big Ten Tournament. The Gophers lost 1-0 on Thursday...

Illini unlikely to overlook Gophers

Published November 3, 2005

For the first time all season, an opponent of Minnesota's soccer team will step onto the field knowing what to expect. Throughout the year, the Gophers (9-7-2, 6-4-0 Big Ten) have been able to surprise...

Scorer stopped, but not Penn St.

Published October 31, 2005

Minnesota's soccer team may not have upset No. 1 Penn State, but it stopped Tiffany Weimer. While Penn State ran its win streak to 18 games, Weimer's NCAA-record streak of 17 straight games scored in was...

With McCarville gone, balanced scoring more important

Published October 31, 2005

CHICAGO - For the first time in five years, Minnesota's women's basketball team will be playing without a bona fide superstar. All-American Janel McCarville and Lindsay Whalen are now gone, leaving a question...

Top team, player, come to Robbie Stadium

Published October 28, 2005

One would think having to face arguably the top player in the country is enough. Tonight, Minnesota's soccer team not only must try to defend against forward Tiffany Wiemer - the Big Ten's all-time leader...

Dellaria helping to key NCAA tournament contention

Published October 26, 2005

During Becky Dellaria's first three collegiate seasons, Minnesota's soccer team won a combined five Big Ten games. In this, Dellaria's senior season, the Gophers have surpassed that three-year total with...

Gophers win, lose on Mich. trip

Published October 24, 2005

For the first time this season, Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright said she was disappointed with her team's effort. The Gophers played uninspired soccer on Friday in a 1-0 loss to Michigan State...

Gophers hope to hit stride along I-96

Published October 21, 2005

The last time Minnesota's soccer team lost a game, it came back and won the next five conference contests. The Gophers will try to bounce back again after the team's most disheartening defeat of the season...

Highly recruited Hood in center of Minnesota’s resurgence on the pitch

Published October 19, 2005

The most physical player on Minnesota's soccer team may have played only 14 college games so far. During a soccer game, center midfielder Kelsey Hood will often be found getting called for fouls, arguing...

One-goal game turns against Minnesota

Published October 17, 2005

According to Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright, the better team did not win Sunday. The Gophers (8-5-2, 5-2-0 Big Ten) lost to Ohio State 1-0 in double overtime at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium...

Ohio State visits Robbie Stadium

Published October 14, 2005

Although Minnesota's soccer team currently sits in second place in the Big Ten conference, it might be the underdog this weekend. The Gophers will host Ohio State at 1 p.m. Sunday at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie...

McCarthy uses back position to take Gophers to the forefront of the Big Ten

Published October 12, 2005

When second-year Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright arrived for her first preseason practice in 2004, defender Hailey McCarthy, then a freshman, was the only Gopher she had never seen play. But...

One-goal wins vault Gophers into second

Published October 10, 2005

Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright said she knew she had a group of players that could turn around a struggling Gophers program. She just didn't know it would be this soon. Minnesota (8-4-2, 5-1-0...

Gophers inching closer to ending tourney drought

Published October 5, 2005

The seniors on Minnesota's soccer team never have played in any kind of postseason tournament with the team. That could change this season. The Gophers are tied for third in the Big Ten with a surprising...

Minnesota continues resurgent season

Published October 3, 2005

Heading into the weekend, opponents may still have been overlooking Minnesota's soccer team, a squad coming off four straight years of fewer than three conference wins. It will be hard to ignore the Gophers...

Gophers take Big Ten act on the road

Published September 30, 2005

Now that Minnesota's soccer team has grown accustomed to playing on the road, members feel it's time to start winning. After this weekend, nine of the Gophers' 12 games will have been on the road, with...

Veterans using experience to help show young team the road to success

Published September 28, 2005

The freshmen on Minnesota's soccer team this year have been getting all the attention. But it might be hard to ignore the seniors by the end of the season. Although the freshmen class has been very productive...

Split results in conference openers

Published September 26, 2005

After coming up short 10 times in a row, Minnesota's soccer team finally came through for an overtime win. The Gophers, after going 0-5-5 in their last 10 overtime games, broke through for a 2-1 win over...

Second segment commences at Robbie

Published September 23, 2005

For Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright, phase two of the 2005 season begins today. This weekend will be the first test to see if the Gophers will make it to phase three - postseason play. The Big...

Late-comer to the sport provides power for the Minnesota rowing program

Published September 22, 2005

Many Minnesota athletes arrive on campus specifically to participate in a sport. But Catherine Casey's path to the Gophers' rowing team was different. In the past year, Casey has transformed from a hesitant...

Wayzata trio hoping to continue winning ways at Elizabeth Robbie Stadium

Published September 21, 2005

Elise Bjerkenas, Marti Klinsing and Kaitlin Wagner are three soccer players who are used to winning. The Minnesota soccer trio played together for four years at Wayzata High School, leading the Trojans...

Minnesota falls flat in East Coast tune-up for Big Ten

Published September 19, 2005

Minnesota's soccer team continued its offensive struggles over the weekend. But the Gophers still said they made progress in getting ready for conference play. Minnesota (3-3-2) lost 3-2 in overtime to...

Gophers to the East Coast for nonconference tests

Published September 16, 2005

The University's soccer team has just one more week to prepare for the Big Ten season. This weekend's games will be used as a measuring stick to see where the Gophers (3-1-2) stand. The team travels to...

Freshman Schwartz has given a team in need of finishing touch scoring punch early in the year

Published September 14, 2005

Freshman Lindsey Schwartz could play anywhere on the soccer field in high school - midfield, forward, even goalie. But after Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright saw Schwartz play, she said she knew...

Gophers can’t finish a weekend sweep; tie South Dakota State in home opener

Published September 12, 2005

After scoring six goals in three games, Minnesota's soccer team appeared much improved and ready offensively for Big Ten play. After Sunday's game against South Dakota State, however, coach Mikki Denney...

Gophers hoping to sweep weekend

Published September 9, 2005

When Big Ten play begins in two weeks, Minnesota's soccer team will often be the underdog against ranked and more-experienced opponents. But that will not be true in this weekend's games, when the Gophers...

Freshmen crucial in rebuilding

Published September 7, 2005

After a somewhat disappointing first season that was plagued by injuries and one-goal losses, Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney-Wright said she believes 2005 could be the year her program turns the corner. That's...

Youth nets win and a tie in Texas

Published September 6, 2005

With six freshmen in the starting lineup for Minnesota's soccer team, and three more getting significant minutes, coach Mikki Denney Wright said she has one of the youngest squads in the nation. But Denney...

The boulder stuck this time: Davis sees her team avoid another step back

Published May 4, 2005

Wendy Davis described her first four years as Minnesota's rowing coach as pushing a boulder up a mountain. And every year, she said, the boulder fell back down. Until this year, that is. This time, the...

Fifth place an accomplishment at hotly contested Big Tens

Published May 2, 2005

Although Minnesota's rowing team continued its trend of finishing fifth at the Big Ten Championships, the Gophers came home with a sense of accomplishment. The 15th-ranked Gophers raced closely with some...

Big Ten Championships a chance to take next step forward

Published April 29, 2005

Minnesota's rowing team has already achieved two firsts for its program this season - being nationally ranked and beating a top-15 team. The Gophers look to add another milestone to the list when they...