Amelia Rayno

Sports reporter | College basketball
Phone: 612-673-4115

Recent content from Amelia Rayno

Jarvis Johnson's story: Life, death and basketball

Jarvis Johnson drives toward his dream, with a defibrillator in his chest and against doctors’ advice, of a fourth state championship and a maroon and gold jersey.

Updated: March 01, 2015, - 09:59 AM

College basketball insider: Four Big Ten teams bouncing on the bubble

With only a few games left before Selection Sunday, Purdue, Iowa, Indiana and Illinois still have work to do.

Updated: February 27, 2015, - 09:55 PM

Free throws give Gophers first win in 18 years at Michigan State

The Gophers rallied from a late six-point deficit, got to the line 20 times in overtime and fought off a tough and physical Michigan State team.

Updated: February 27, 2015, - 06:47 AM

Gophers redistribute minutes as end of season nears

Developing younger players might be more of a priority as the Gophers’ season winds down.

Updated: February 26, 2015, - 09:30 AM

Gophers remove frustrated Mathieu from starting lineup

Richard Pitino said he “wasn’t crazy about” the senior guard’s attitude.

Updated: February 22, 2015, - 12:09 AM

Another freshman orientation in Gophers' loss to Badgers

The Gophers had their chances, but in the end they fumbled the game away, losing 63-53 in Madison.

Updated: February 22, 2015, - 12:04 AM

Gophers find themselves on NIT bubble with Badgers up next

With a lack of quality victories, the Gophers might not get a chance to defend their title.

Updated: February 21, 2015, - 12:43 AM

College Basketball Insider: A world of pain throughout the Big Ten

The Gophers are one of the conference’s few teams that have not seen a significant player slowed by injury.

Updated: February 20, 2015, - 08:42 PM

Poor defense again haunts Gophers in loss to Northwestern

Six three-point-happy Northwestern players finished with nine points or more at Williams Arena, led by freshman guard Bryant McIntosh’s 17 points.

Updated: February 19, 2015, - 01:56 AM

Gophers' three-point defense will be stretched further

Guarding the three is the Gophers’ weak spot, and their next several opponents shoot ’em well.

Updated: February 18, 2015, - 12:39 AM

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