Gopher Women's Hoops: Taking and Making Threes, Big Ten Play and the Impact of the Athlete's Village

December 29, 2017 03:07 PM

The Minnesota Gophers women's basketball team defeated Northwestern 90-63 on Thursday to open up their Big Ten conference schedule. Ahead of their matchup against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, head coach Marlene Stollings and guard Carlie Wagner sat down to speak with the media and KSTP Sports was there to capture it.

***CLICK ON THE VIDEO BOX ABOVE TO WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW***

Advertisement

The two spoke about how many weapons the Gophers have, the team's three point shooting, how tough the Big Ten conference is, and how much impact the new athlete's village will have on the program's future.

Credits

KSTP Sports

Copyright 2017 - KSTP-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company

Advertisement

Vikings to Hold 1st Practice Since Sunday's Playoff Victory

Authorities ID 4-Year-Old Boy Killed in Western Wis. Fire

MNsure: Record Number of Minnesotans Sign Up for 2018 Coverage

Former Eden Prairie Skating Coach Charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct Out of Jail

New Parking Lot Coming to St. Kate's Despite Plea from Neighbors

Dem Schachtner Beats Jarchow to Take Senate Seat

Advertisement