|Minnesota (17-12, 6-9 B1G) at Indiana (11-17, 2-13 B1G)
|Date||Sunday, March 3, 2013|
|Time||1:00 p.m. CT|
|Location||Bloomington, Ind. / Assembly Hall|
|Series Record||Minnesota leads, 32-26|
|Last Meeting||Last Meeting: January 2, 2012 (Minnesota, 84-43)|
Gopher All-Access / Big Ten Digital Network
|Radio||Learfield / KBEM Jazz 88.5 FM (Listen Online)|
|(Play-by-Play: Corbu Stathes / Analyst: Lynnette Sjoquist)|
|Live Stats||Click Here|
|Game Notes||Minnesota | Indiana|
|Season Statistics||Minnesota | Indiana|
|Social Media||Facebook | @GophersWBB | @PamBorton|
March 2, 2013
THE OPENING TIP - QUICK NOTES
The Minnesota women's basketball team is set to make a trip to Bloomington, Ind., where it will face Indiana in its regular-season finale Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. CT.
The game will be streamed live on Gophersports.com, as well as on the Big Ten Digital Network.
Fans can also listen to the contest live on KBEM Jazz 88.5 FM or for free through Stetch Internet on Gophersports.com, with Corbu Stathes and Lynnette Sjoquist on the call.
Minnesota enters the contest with a 17-12 overall record and a 6-9 league mark after defeating #7/7 Penn State, 89-81, Thursday night at Williams Arena.
Indiana hosts the Gophers in the final regular-season game of the year with an 11-17 overall record and a 2-13 Big Ten record.
Minnesota and Indiana will be meeting on the hardwood for the 59th time, with the Gophers leading the all-time series, 32-26.
The Gophers are 14-13 when facing the Hoosiers on the road, which included wins in five of the teams' last seven meetings in Bloomington.
After posting an impressive .667 field goal percentage vs. #7/7 Penn State on Thursday, Minnesota leads the Big Ten with a .446 field goal percentage, which also ranks 12th nationally.
With her 23 points vs. Penn State on Thursday, Rachel Banham held on to her title as the Big Ten's leading scorer with a 21.2 points-per-game average.
Along with leading the Big Ten in scoring, the sophomore guard also ranks 10th nationally in scoring average and is the top-scoring sophomore in the country.
Junior Sari Noga is currently tied for the team lead with 50 three-pointers this season, which is more than double her total of 21 three-pointers last season.
Over 70 percent of Noga's scoring has come from beyond the arch this season, as 150 of her 211 total points have been of the three-point variety.
Micaëlla Riché has improved her scoring average by 7.3 points per game from her sophomore season and has more than doubled her 2011-12 total of 184 points.
Minnesota is a perfect 5-0 this season when Riche scores at least 20 points, including a win vs. #7 Penn State.
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Introducing: Gadiva Hubbard
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