2019-20 Women's Schedule Release: Minnesota

A runner-up finish. That's what the Minnesota women came away with last season after posting a  record that had just six losses against 31 wins with one tie that came against Minnesota Duluth at the beginning of the season. 

But it all culminated in a second place finish in the Frozen Four Championship to Wisconsin who they also lost to in the WCHA championship to finish as the conference runner-up. 

This year they open their season with a pair of exhibition games before hosting Colgate in their first regular season series of the year. They will get their Conference and NCAA rematch against the Badgers to kick off the second month of the season on Nov 1-2 when they welcome them to Gopher country. 

Make sure you tune in live all season to watch the Gopher women right here on FloHockey!

*All start times are yet to be determined.

DateOpponentTime
Sat
SEP 21
vs TORONTO JUNIOR AEROS
(Exhibition)
TBA
Sun
SEP 22
vs MINNESOTA WHITECAPS
(Exhibition)
TBA
Fri
SEP 27
vs COLGATETBA
Sat
SEP 28
vs COLGATETBA
Fri
OCT 4
at Minnesota StateTBA
Sat
OCT 5
at Minnesota StateTBA
Fri
OCT 11
at Robert MorrisTBA
Sat
OCT 12
at Robert MorrisTBA
Fri
OCT 18
vs ST. CLOUD STATETBA
Sat
OCT 19
vs ST. CLOUD STATETBA
Fri
OCT 25
at Ohio StateTBA
Sat
OCT 26
at Ohio StateTBA
Fri
NOV 1
vs WISCONSINTBA
Sat
NOV 2
vs WISCONSINTBA
Tue
NOV 5
vs HAMLINE
(Exhibition)
TBA
Fri
NOV 15
vs BEMIDJI STATETBA
Sat
NOV 16
vs BEMIDJI STATETBA
Fri
NOV 22
at Minnesota DuluthTBA
Sat
NOV 23
at Minnesota DuluthTBA
Fri
NOV 29
vs Boston CollegeTBA
Sat
NOV 30
vs HarvardTBA
Sat
DEC 7
vs Minnesota StateTBA
Fri
JAN 3
vs YALE
Hall of Fame Game (Prior Lake, MN)
TBA
Sat
JAN 4
vs YALETBA
Fri
JAN 10
at St. Cloud StateTBA
Sat
JAN 11
at St. Cloud StateTBA
Fri
JAN 17
vs OHIO STATETBA
Sat
JAN 18
vs OHIO STATETBA
Fri
JAN 24
at WisconsinTBA
Sat
JAN 25
at WisconsinTBA
Fri
JAN 31
vs MINNESOTA DULUTHTBA
Sat
FEB 1
vs MINNESOTA DULUTHTBA
Fri
FEB 7
at Bemidji StateTBA
Sat
FEB 8
at Bemidji StateTBA
Fri
FEB 21
vs MINNESOTA STATETBA
Sat
FEB 22
vs MINNESOTA STATETBA

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