Minnesota power forward Davonte Fitzgerald will transfer to another program for his final season of college eligibility. He played his first two years at Texas A&M and had been granted a sixth season of eligibility due to a knee injury.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 92-77
- 11/13W 86-74
- 11/15W 107-81
- 11/19W 92-64
- 11/21W 100-57
- 11/24W 69-51
- 11/2525W 89-84
- 11/2910L 86-81
- 12/3W 89-67
- 12/5L 78-68
- 12/9L 95-79
- 12/11W 68-67
- 12/21W 77-63
- 12/23W 95-60
- 12/30W 65-55
- 1/3W 77-67
- 1/6L 75-71
- 1/10L 83-60
- 1/135L 81-47
- 1/15W 95-84
- 1/18L 77-66
- 1/2022L 67-49
- 1/23L 77-69
- 1/30L 94-80
- 2/324L 76-73
- 2/6L 91-85
- 2/9L 80-56
- 2/132L 87-57
- 2/19L 73-63
- 2/21W 86-82
- 2/259L 84-60
- 2/28L 65-54
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Corey Sanders scored 23 points and last-place Rutgers won a Big Ten Tournament game for the second straight season, beating Minnesota 65-54 on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Dakota Mathias matched his career high with 25 points and left to a standing ovation in his final home game as No. 9 Purdue blew out Minnesota 84-60 on Sunday.
Nate Mason scored 33 points as Minnesota snapped a nine-game losing streak with an 86-82 victory over Iowa on Wednesday night.
Brevin Pritzl scored 20 points, including two 3s in overtime, and Ethan Happ led a defensive resurgence in the extra period to help Wisconsin beat Minnesota 73-63 in overtime on Monday night.
Minnesota sophomore small forward Amir Coffey will have season-ending surgery on his right shoulder. Coffey has missed 10 of the last 12 games with the injury.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Minnesota sophomore Amir Coffey will undergo season-ending surgery on his right shoulder and miss the remainder of the season. Has missed the last five games and 10 games total. Was averaging 14.0 points.
Family members and former Timberwolves players joined the current squad to honor Flip Saunders, the team's former coach and executive who died in 2015 of Hodgkin lymphoma.
Reggie Lynch maintains his innocence against sexual misconduct allegations but has dropped appeals of his Minnesota expulsion because he does not feel he could receive a fair hearing.
Jaren Jackson Jr. scored a career-high 27 points on 10-for-14 shooting for second-ranked Michigan State, and the Spartans cruised to their ninth consecutive victory by beating Minnesota 87-57 on Tuesday night.
Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com
TONIGHT HEADLINES: Virginia wouldn't lose a No. 1 seed with a loss at Miami, but would certainly drop from No, 1 overall. Kansas, which shouldn't be a No. 2 seed ahead of Texas Tech, would have to drop with a loss at Iowa State. Michigan State could make the Committee look smart with a loss at Minnesota, however unlikely. Maryland must win at Nebraska to get back in the hunt; Huskers must win to stay there. And don't get me started on Oklahoma as a No. 4. Will cover it all tonight from the debut of the #InfinityBracketBunker.
Devonte Green and Juwan Morgan each scored 19 points Friday night, leading Indiana to an 80-56 blowout over Minnesota.
The status of Minnesota starting guards Amir Coffey and Dupree McBrayer remains uncertain for the upcoming game at Indiana.
Sophomore Isaiah Roby led a balanced attack with a career-high 21 points and eight rebounds as Nebraska defeated Minnesota 91-85 on Tuesday night.
Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman made a tiebreaking three-point play with 3.8 seconds left and finished with 17 points as No. 24 Michigan held on to beat Minnesota 76-73 in overtime on Saturday.