Carleton Ultimate Team The Carleton Ultimate Team is the division I men's ultimate team at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. A perennial national contender, the team won national championships in 2001, 2009 and 2011.
Minnesota Black Ice The Minnesota Black Ice is a semi-professional women's basketball team of the Women's Blue Chip Basketball League. Founded in 2014, the Black Ice play its home games at North Central University in Minneapolis.
Minnesota Buckskins The Minnesota Buckskins were a charter franchise of World Team Tennis founded by Lee Meade, Len Vannelli and John Finley. The Buckskins played only one season before folding after the 1974 season. The Buckskins had 27 wins and 17 losses and were the Gulf Plains Section Champions.
Minnesota Flame The Minnesota Flame is a semi-professional men's and women's basketball club of the World All-Star Basketball League. Founded in 2014, the Flame play its home games at North Hennepin Community College or Zanewood Rec Center in Brooklyn Park.
Minnesota Vikings The Minnesota Vikings are an American football team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings joined the National Football League as an expansion team in 1960, and first took the field for the 1961 season.
Minnesota Wind Chill The Minnesota Wind Chill are a professional ultimate team based in St.Paul, Minnesota. The Wind Chill are a member of the Midwest Division of the American Ultimate Disc League. It is the only team in the AUDL to represent a state rather than a specific city.
Team Braemar Team Braemar is a junior-level synchronized skating team representing Braemar City of Lakes Figure Skating Club, based in Edina, Minnesota. They are the Junior 2009 Midwestern and U.S. champions.
Twin City Twisters Twin City Twisters, commonly shortened to TCT, is an artistic gymnastics facility located in Champlin, Minnesota. It has produced a number of elite gymnasts, collegiate gymnasts and Junior Olympics national qualifiers.