(Palo Alto, CA) — Friends and family of U.S Olympic silver medal-winning track cyclist Kelly Catlin are mourning her death at 23. The Minnesota native’s father and other family members say she died by suicide Friday on the Stanford campus. Catlin sustained a concussion while training this winter, and struggled with the physical and mental effects. Family members say she made a previous attempt in January.
(Undated) — The NFL’s legal tampering window officially opens today. Teams are allowed to talk to agents of free agents before free agency officially begins on Wednesday. The Vikings will look to reshape their roster as they look to build a playoff roster in 2019. Minnesota is projected to have around 10-million in cap space and could look to make more room with further moves.
(Minneapolis, MN) — Jeff Teague scored 20 points and dished out 10 assists to lead the Timberwolves, who were without Karl-Anthony Towns, to a 103-92 win over the Knicks. Minnesota improved to 32-and-35 on the season. The T’Wolves will visit the Nuggets tomorrow night.
(St. Paul, MN) — The Wild will continue their playoff push when they host the Sharks tonight. Minnesota has 74 points on the season, which is one ahead of Arizona for the final spot. The Wild have lost three of their last four.
(Fort Myers, FL) — Tyler Austin drove in the lone run as the Twins fell 10-1 to the Blue Jays in Grapefruit League action. Minnesota is 8-and-7 in spring training. The Twins will host the Tigers today.
(Chicago, IL) — Minnesota is getting ready for the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago. The Gophers will face Penn State on Thursday. Minnesota is 19-and-12 and 9-and-11 in the conference.
(Sioux Falls, SD) — Tyson Ward scored 25 points to lead North Dakota State to an 86-73 win over Oral Roberts in the Summit League quarterfinal. Jared Samuelson added 15 points. North Dakota State will play Western Illinois in the Summit League semifinal tonight.
(Sioux Falls, SD) — Marlon Stewart scored 26 points but North Dakota fell 81-76 to Nebraska Omaha in the Summit League Tournament. The Fighting Hawks were eliminated with the loss. North Dakota’s record fell to 12-and-18.