Women's track and field leads the way with 45 recognized individuals
The Gophers used two pitchers to complete the 2-0 shutout
Here's a short Q and A with the lefty from Blaine, Minn.
Trailing 1-0, Minnesota plated four runs in the bottom of the fourth for a 4-1 win
The Gophers welcome the UNO Mavericks to the Dome, Tuesday-Wednesday
2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Academic All-Big Ten Made 10 appearances and pitched 8.1 innings letterwinner began his sophomore season against UW-Milwaukee (2/26) pitched during the Dairy Queen Classic in the Nebraska game (3/4) worked a 0.2 inning in the Hamline win (3/7) pitched against Stony Brook (3/11) and North Dakota State (3/20) pitched an inning in The Citadel (3/25) and Augsburg wins (4/3) saw action against Nebraska-Omaha (4/17) pitched in the final game of Siebert Field when he held St. Thomas hitless and struck out one.
2011 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Appeared in two games and pitched three innings of work earned the start in the Sacramento State game (3/17) and pitched two innings in a no decision pitched an inning against St. Thomas (4/13) and struck out one held a season ERA of 9.00.
Redshirted the 2010 season.
Graduated from Centennial High School in Blaine, Minn. coached by Lynn Buehner and Shane Rasmussen named All-State and All-Conference as a senior named to the Lions All-Star team won Distinguished Student-Athlete Award lettered in baseball and weightlifting.
Majoring in management information systems son of Tim and Barb O'Shea lists most memorable thrill as high school team's run through the state tournament in his senior season brother, Nick, played with the Gophers likes to play guitar and golf in his spare time born Apr. 24, 1991.
Herb Isakson Funeral Information
Former long-time volunteer assistant coach for the Minnesota baseball program Herb Isakson passed away recently.
Where Are They Now: Ryan Lefebvre
Ryan Lefebvre went from producing in pressure-packed moments as a Gopher to broadcasting those moments for the Kansas City Royals.
The Spirit of the Locker Room
Blog entry written by second-year infielder Luke Pettersen about the locker room.