The Minnesota Gophers trailed for the first time this season, but their strength on defense came through as offense from defensemen Mike Koster and Brock Faber spurred a rally and kept their record unblemished.
Dylan Anhorn had two assists, Grant Cruikshank had a goal and an assist and Dominic Basse made 14 saves to lead the Huskies to a 4-0 win and series sweep.
With three games remaining for the Twins (and four for the Yankees), Twins infielder Luis Arrraez and New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge remain locked in a tight race for the American League batting title.
The Dragons win their fourth dual meet of the season with a 55-46 non-conference win over the Eagles on Saturday.
While the day started inauspiciously — Twins fielders committed three errors in the first inning — the rookie settled in nicely, throwing five innings and allowing just three hits in the Twins’ 5-2 loss to the Tigers (65-93) in the series finale at Comerica Park, a game in which the Twins (77-82) managed just three hits of their own.
The Royals overcome a 16-6 halftime deficit to beat the Bulldogs, scoring two second-half touchdowns. Also late Friday, Yellow Medicine East romps past Lac qui Parle Valley, 48-19.
For the past couple of decades, the Vikings have been a living, breathing example of what can go wrong will go wrong when it comes to the kicking game.
Blizzard goalie Kyle Abrahamson makes 34 saves to hand Willmar a 2-0 loss in its NA3HL home-opener Saturday at the Willmar Civic Center Arena
Blue Devils beat the visiting Warriors 25-15, 25-23, 25-21.
The victory was the fifth of the season for NASCAR's reigning Most Popular Driver award winner and moved him into the Round of 8 for next week's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway's "roval" layout.
MNUFC went into Saturday’s match in California with an opportunity to clinch a playoff spot with a win and some help. That assistance came with Real Salt Lake’s draw with L.A. Galaxy late Saturday night, but Minnesota didn’t do its part of the equation.
There are plenty of twists and turns coming over the next eight weeks. But there is no doubt Minnesota’s inability to run the ball against the Boilermakers and the mistakes the Gophers made in all phases will serve as a big opportunity lost.