Matthew Greenwood was at the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club as a tournament marshal. The Chaska resident made his claim to be back at the course in 2028, purchasing a Ryder Cup 2028 sweatshirt at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship last year.
At first glance, the southeast corner of Audubon Road and Pioneer Trail in Chaska appears to be all rolling hills and meadows, filled with wildflowers and prairie grass.
Shakopee’s Taylor Koenen was one of 19 University of North Carolina student-athletes recognized as Tar Heel Leaders of Distinction, honoring their excellence within the framework of the Richard A. Baddour Carolina Leadership Academy, the university announced.
NOTE: On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Minnesota Department of Health strongly recommends the following timelines for all ages:
Amateur baseball continues its slow start into the 2020 season with a slate of exhibition games as teams, players and leagues wait for Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to allow for medium-risk sports such as baseball to be in action between teams.
All signs point to youth sports starting up in the coming weeks, but those close to the issue say while associations start preparing for practices and games, they're forgetting about one thing: referees.
Barry Butzow was thrilled to be back at Canterbury Park for opening night — something he didn't think would happen due to the global pandemic.
After Shakopee’s Taylor Koenen played her final college basketball game for the University of North Carolina, she was hoping to get a chance to play professionally.
What do you do when you have a baseball loving kid but nowhere to play because the summer leagues are suspended and the fields are closed?
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