The radio landscape for Gophers sports changed Tuesday with an announcement that their men's basketball, men's hockey and women's basketball games are moving from 1500-AM ESPN to iHeart-Media channels, such as KFAN (100.3-FM).

KFAN will broadcast between 12 and 20 Gophers men's basketball games next season, depending on conflicts with the Vikings and Wild. The rest of the team's games will move to KTLK (1130-AM) with a simulcast on 103.5-FM.

All Gophers men's hockey games will be broadcast on 1130-AM and simulcast on 103.5-FM. All Gophers women's basketball games will be broadcast on 93.3-FM.

Gophers football games, already broadcast on KFAN, will remain on that station through the 2020-2021 school year.

The Gophers announced that live radio coverage of all four of these teams — football, men's basketball, women's basketball and men's hockey — will be available anywhere on the iHeartRadio app on smartphones and tablets.

Joe Christensen

Peterson keeps winning

Trent Peterson of Valleywood Golf Course, the defending champion, won twice to advance to the semifinals of the MGA Players' Championship at The Jewel Golf Club in Lake City. He beat Jesse Bull of Golden Valley CC 1 up in the quarterfinals. Others in the semifinals are Justin Burleson of Valleywood GC, Charlie Duensing of University GC and Jacques Wilson of Chaska Town Course.

• Olivia Herrick of Dellwood CC defeated Alexandra Stewart of the Legends Club 2 up in one of the semifinals of the MGA Women's Players Match Play Championship at Bent Creek Golf Club in Eden Prairie. Sarah Burnham of Rush Creek GC beat Haley Tollette of Rum River Hills GC 5 and 3 in the other.

• In the semifinals of the MGA Women's Senior Match Play Championship, Leigh Klasse beat Barbara Miller 3-2 and Lynn Anderson ousted Brenda Williams 5 and 3.