Minnesota fall sports total 70 recipients
Minnesota improves fall Academic All-Big Ten total by 11
Women's soccer visits charter school to promote education and healthy lifestyles
Gophers to raise Breast Cancer Awareness on Friday, celebrate senior class on Sunday
Defensive dual ends in Gophers' first tie of the season
2012 SENIOR SEASON
Academic All-Big Ten Saw 45 minutes of action between the posts in the second half against Iowa on Oct. 7, collecting one save to maintain the shutout and send the game into overtime.
GOPHER BASKETBALL CAREER:
Started 105 games in her four seasons with the program averged 6.2 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per game ranks fifth in Gopher history in career defensive rebounds and eighth in career offensive boards two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree two-time Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner.
A 2008 graduate of Park High School the first female athlete in Park High School history to earn all-state honors in three sports (soccer, basketball, track) 2008 Pioneer Press Washington County Athlete of the Year earned all-state honors as a goalkeeper four-time All-Suburban East Conference selection in basketball earned all-state basketball honors as a senior allowed just seven goals her senior season (2007) an all-state honoree in track as a junior awarded 10 varsity letters: four in basketball and three in both soccer and track graduated with highest honors and a 3.99 grade point average Presidential Gold Award winner Athena Award recipient.
Born Oct. 9, 1989 majoring in sport management daughter of Paul and Claudia Voigt has a younger brother, Andy enjoys shopping.
Three Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors
11/9/2017 - W. Soccer
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) named three University of Minnesota soccer players to the Academic All-District team today.
Gophers Fall to Badgers 2-0 in B1G Tournament
10/29/2017 - W. Soccer
On a cold October afternoon, the University of Minnesota soccer team fell in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament 2-0 against the Wisconsin Badgers.
10/28/2017 - W. Soccer
As the cliché goes, athletes get up when they get knocked down. The University of Minnesota soccer team has done just that this season by achieving a 6-0-1 record after a loss or tie.