Coach Clem Haskins said he wants the U to acknowledge him and his team for their 1997 Final Four run. "I hurt for my players," he said. "They deserve that.''
The do-gooders can wipe away from the record book many of Clem Haskins' accomplishments at the university. But some memories can never be erased.
Former Gophers coach Clem Haskins says the U can make the Final Four again, and even win it all, if it keeps Minnesota talent home
Incoming freshmen likely would have made playing time hard to come by for sophomore.
Hundreds of reader comments, hundreds of varying opinions on the lack of recognition for the 20th anniversary of incredible Gophers season.
The All-Big Ten player spent four years at Minnesota, accumulating 68 points.
Vinni Lettieri, who completed a four-year career with the Gophers hockey team Saturday, agreed to a two-year deal with the New York Rangers. The 5-10 forward will join the Rangers' American Hockey League team in Hartford, Conn.
Gophers fans won't soon forget the accomplishments of the 1997 basketball team. Here's an update on the players and coaches who led Minnesota to its only Final Four appearance.
Wiped from the record books, but not from basketball fans' memories, here are some of the memorable moments of March 1997:
Friday's start by Brody Rodning for Minnesota State Mankato vs. UMD wasn't for the baseball scouts. It was for his mom, Tiffany. And as the game progressed, Brody had a message for teammates: "Just get me one."
Conor Rhoda has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next Gophers starting quarterback, which is quite a twist, considering he almost gave up football last winter.
With four of the Gophers’ highest-profile teams having just finished their seasons while a fifth embarks on an interesting transition under a new head coach, this is a good time to take a look at the big picture for all five programs.
The Gophers baseball team completed a weekend sweep at Ohio State by winning a doubleheader 15-5 and 6-5 Sunday.
After losing to Notre Dame in the NCAA Northeast Regional, the Gophers will say goodbye to a class of six devoted seniors, but Eden Prairie star Casey Mittelstadt brings new hope for next season.
The Gophers will lament the missed chances and mistakes that created a rueful ending to a game that had begun so well but ended their season.
Last week, she won her second NCAA title in 3-meter diving, which was followed by her winning Big Ten Diver of the Year honors for the third time.
Danielle Parlich, who had two RBI earlier on a sacrifice fly and a single, doubled to drive in the first of three runs during a seventh-inning rally.
A look back at Saturday afternoon's game.