Oct. 25, 2013
Former golfer Louis Lick was one of 10 new members inducted into the University of Minnesota's "M" Club Hall of Fame on Thursday night. His son, Charles, was there at TCF Bank Stadium to accept the honor.
Lick was inducted into the Pioneer Division, which honors Gopher greats who were at the University before 1955. The St. Paul Central High School product was Minnesota's first NCAA champion in men's golf when he won medalist honors at the 1944 NCAA championship. Lick is the fifth men's golfer to be inducted into the "M" Club Hall of Fame.
A medical student, Lick served with a M*A*S*H unit during the Korean War. He went on to practice surgery in his home state of Minnesota. Lick passed away at the age of 89 in February of this year.
For photos and more information about the ceremony and other 2013 inductees, click here for the full story.
Get To Know: Thomas Longbella
Longbella sits down with GopherSports to talk about golf, Vikings/Packers and more.
Gophers Tie For Sixth At Inverness Intercolliegate
The Gophers tied for sixth place at the Inverness Intercollegiate, shooting a 873 (+21).
Gophers Finish Day One in Fifth Place
The Gophers sit in fifth after two rounds at the Inverness Intercollegiate in Toledo, Ohio.