Compiled by Ken Chia
It's pretty insignificant when it comes to the final result, but the Gophers women's basketball team appeared to get shorted a late basket by Kenisha Bell in what went in the books as a 91-77 loss to North Carolina in the Bahamas on Friday. The games in the Junkanoo Jam seemed to be full of troublesome scorekeeping.
Intriguing, isn't it, that Tyus Jones, not Ricky Rubio or Kris Dunn, was the Wolves' fourth-quarter point guard of choice the past two games? They return home to play host to Utah (7 p.m., FSN).
"World-class athletes at their peak. Maybe the best class in school history, these seniors. Paige [Tapp] saved her best for last Hannah [Tapp] was wonderful all year and Sarah [Wilhite] was out of this world all year."
"genej101" on Gophers volleyball at startribune.com.
"It is sad what some of these people have said. No other person in my lifetime has oppressed & murdered people than Castro"
— South Carolina men's basketball coach Frank Martin, the son of exiled Cubans, in one of a number of tweets Sunday upset over others' praise for the late Fidel Castro.