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  • Fight charges dismissed against Minn. lineman

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A disorderly conduct charge has been dismissed against Minnesota defensive lineman Ra’Shede Hageman. Hageman’s misdemeanor ticket was dismissed June 7, according to Hennepin County District Court records. The 21-year-old was arrested May …

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    26 Jun 12
  • Minnesota Conference All Conference/Honorable Mentions (Spring 2012)

    Boys’ Tennis – All Conference (Conference Champion: Red Wing) George Gabrielson – Red Wing – 12Isaac Toivonen – Red Wing – 10Lukas Bryant – Red Wing – 11Alexander Holm – Red Wing -10Noah Christenson – …

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    20 Jun 12
  • Norwood Teague takes over at Minnesota

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Norwood Teague officially started his job as the new Minnesota athletic director on Monday. Teague arrived at his office on Monday morning and started holding meetings and preparing to raise money for …

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    19 Jun 12
  • Bird, Wright help Storm hand Lynx 1st loss

    SEATTLE (AP) — Sue Bird scored 21 points and Tanisha Wright added 12 points and eight assists as the Seattle Storm beat Minnesota 65-62 on Sunday night, handed the defending champion Lynx their first loss …

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    18 Jun 12
  • Judge dismisses image lawsuit against NFL

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed an antitrust lawsuit filed by three retired football players that accused the NFL of constraining the use of former players’ images and likenesses. U.S. District Judge Paul …

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    14 Jun 12
  • New college hockey conference taps Target Center

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s postseason tournament is coming to Target Center. The new eight-team league has announced a five-year agreement to hold the semifinals, third-place game and championship at the downtown …

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    12 Jun 12
  • Gophers break ground on the new Siebert Field

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Gophers baseball team has broken ground on a new stadium. Coach John Anderson spearheaded fundraising for the $7.134 million project, which began Monday with a ceremony at Siebert Field. The ballpark …

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    12 Jun 12
  • New college hockey conference eyes Target Center

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The National Collegiate Hockey Conference is expected to hold its postseason tournament at Target Center. The new eight-team league has scheduled a news conference for the arena lobby in downtown Minneapolis for …

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    11 Jun 12