A look at each player and coach from the 1997 Final Four Gophers team. Each player is listed with his hometown in parathensis.

Russ Archambault (Sartell, Minn.)

1997: Freshman point guard who played in 26 games as a reserve.

Now: Lives in Rapid City, S.D.; has a son who was a senior guard for Stevens H.S.

Eric Harris (New York, N.Y.)

1997: Starting junior point guard who was a team leader and top defender.

Now: Lives back home in New York City and works as a basketball trainer.

Bobby Jackson (Salisbury, N.C.)

1997: Big Ten Player of the Year; senior led team in scoring and assists.

Now: Works for the Sacramento Kings, his former NBA team, as a radio analyst.

Sam Jacobson (Cottage Grove)

1997: High-flying junior wing from Minnesota ranked second in scoring.

Now: Lives in Apple Valley and runs his own business; facing criminal theft charges.

Courtney James (Indianapolis)

1997: Intimidating inside presence and leading rebounder as a sophomore.

Now: Head boys’ basketball coach for Washington H.S. in Indianapolis.

Quincy Lewis (Little Rock, Ark.)

1997: Valuable freshman forward and future star was top bench scorer.

Now: Works for the U in a student-athlete development role. “Always been a Gopher,” he said.

Kevin Loge (Morris, Minn.)

1997: A 6-10 freshman from Minnesota who redshirted.

Now: Lives in Morris and works on a farm that produces corn and beans.

Kyle Sanden (Thief River Falls)

1997: A 6-11 freshman from Minnesota who redshirted.

Now: Lives in St. Louis Park and works in the Twin Cities.

Jason Stanford (Milwaukee)

1997: Twin brother of Jermaine and rarely used sophomore forward.

Now: Works as a software engineer in Minnesota.

Jermaine Stanford (Milwaukee)

1997: Twin brother of Jason and rarely used sophomore forward.

Now: Works as a software engineer for General Mills in Detroit.

Aaron Stauber (Sheboygan, Wisc.)

1997: Senior walk-on reserve guard and transfer from Michigan Tech.

Now: Chiropractor in Ontario for the last 10 years.

Miles Tarver (Oakland, Calif.)

1997: Sophomore forward brought energy and rebounding off the bench.

Now: Head boys’ basketball coach for Head Royce H.S. in Oakland, Calif.

Charles Thomas (Harlan, Kent.)

1997: Former Kentucky Mr. Basketball was offensive spark off the bench.

Now: Head girls’ basketball coach at Sayre High School; Lives in Lexington.

John Thomas (Minneapolis)

1997: Bruising force in the paint and senior center for hometown program.

Now: National manager of training for Ultimate Hoops and lives in Minneapolis.

Trevor Winter (Slayton, Minn.)

1997: Backup center and 7-footer who played in 34 games as a senior.

Now: Lives in Slayton, MN; works as territory manager for Stryker Corporation.

COACHES

Clem Haskins, head coach (Campbellsville, KY)

1997: In 11th season as Gophers coach; named Big Ten Coach of the Year.

Now: Retired from coaching; lives on the farm where he grew up in Kentucky.

Larry Davis, asst. (Mt. Sterling, Kent.)

1997: In his third season on Haskins’ staff at Minnesota.

Now: Assistant coach at Cincinnati under Mick Cronin; coached in NCAA tourney.

Charles Cunningham, asst. (Pickensville, Ala.)

1997: In his first season on Haskins’ staff at Minnesota.

Now: First-year boys’ basketball coach at Arlington Country Day in Fla.

Bill Brown, asst. (Springfield, Mo.)

1997: In his third season on Haskins’ staff at Minnesota.

Now: Former Parkview basketball coach in Missouri; lives in Springfield.