Sept. 30, 2012
The University of Minnesota baseball team held its first official practice on the newly constructed Siebert Field, 3:30 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012. With the sun shining and an 80 degree day in Minneapolis, the group gathered for their first fall practice of the 2012-13 season.
The Gopher players hadn't been able to get on the field until Saturday. The Gopher coaches opened the practice showing and instructing the team on the logistics of the field and a chance to go and check out infield, mound and turf. After briefly meeting, coach John Anderson gave the season's first quote of the day and the Gophers kicked off the season with base-running drills, working on technique and infield instruction.
With the field complete, the construction is left to the dugouts, concession/pressbox area, the grandstands and restrooms. The complex is scheduled to be complete by the end of the calendar year.
Kozicky Extends Streak as Gophers Fall Twice
The University of Minnesota fell in both games of their doubleheader Saturday to Illinois at Siebert Field.
Glowicki Ties Record as Gophers Defeat Illinois
Brian Glowicki tied the program record for most saves in a season when he closed out a 5-4 University of Minnesota win over Illinois Friday at Siebert Field.
Gophers to Play Three-Game Series vs Illinois
The University of Minnesota will host Illinois for a Big Ten three-game series beginning Friday afternoon at Siebert Field.