List of student-athletes with a 3.7 or better GPA grows by 26 percent
Minnesota's Total is up from 123 Following the 2011 Spring Seasons
Geason, Klabunde, Liederman, Lubinsky and Schultz weigh in on baseball careers
After four and a half scoreless innings, the Gophers broke open the game on two home runs
Gophers falter in 5-1 loss at Target Field
2012 JUNIOR SEASON:
Letterwinner Played in 18 games with eight starts Had 22 at bats with two hits and four sac hits 2012 Academic All-Big Ten honoree Started as outfielder in back to back games against South Florida and UW-Milwaukee (2/25, 2/26), also was designated hitter against Hamline University (3/07) Had a season high three at bats against Cal Poly on Mar. 18.
2011 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Saw action in eight games, including one start had 11 at bats and had one hit and one run started against Wake Forest (2/25) when he started in left field went 1-1 when he had a hit against Gonzaga (3/13) went in as a pinch runner and crossed the plate against Sacramento State (3/17) had a season-high three at bats in the April 29 Iowa game.
2010 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Batted .200 with two RBI and two runs in 11 games made his first collegiate appearance on Feb. 19 against Akron collected his first career hit against No. 21 Alabama on March 17, going 1-for-3 went 1-for-2 with two RBI and a run scored against Hamline on April 6.
Redshirted the 2009 season.
Graduated from Francis Lewis High School coached by Ian Millman named the Queens County Player of the Year and the PSAL Player of the Year (Wingate Award) in 2008 also named to New York Daily News First-Team All-City and Times-Ledger All-Country led his team a Division Championship in his senior season batted .450 with 24 stolen bases in his senior season also played with the New York Nine this past summer named to National Honor Society.
Majoring in psychology son of Arthur and LInda Liederman brother Josh Liederman played tennis at the University of Buffalo lists winning the Division title for the second time in school history as his most memorable sports thrill.
Pitching Coach Todd Oakes Passes Away At 55
Minnesota assistant baseball coach Todd Oakes passed away today after a courageous and public battle with leukemia. Oakes, who coached the Minnesota pitching staff, was 55.
Gophers Drop Out of B1G Tournament
Minnesota falls to Michigan 3-2 in an elimination game on Thursday at TD Ameritrade Park
Minnesota Falls in B1G Tournament Opener
Gophers play at 1 p.m. in an elimination game tomorrow afternoon against either Michigan or Ohio State