June 23, 2014
The Minnesota women's basketball team wrapped the 2013-14 season with a 22-13 overall record, its most wins since the 2004-05 season, its most Big Ten victories in the last five years and was one of the best three-point shooting teams in the nation, finishing fourth in the NCAA with a .393 three-point field goal percentage. Numerous single-season records were broken and milestones were reached during Minnesota's run to the third round of the WNIT. GopherSports.com will take a look back at the top 10 moments from the 2013-14 season.
#5: Zahui B. Breaks Program Single-Season Blocks Record
Big Ten Freshman of the Year Amanda Zahui B. broke the Gopher single-season blocks record on Feb. 9 against Illinois, surpassing former Gopher great Janel McCarville.
Zahui B. blew past McCarville's record of 65 blocks during her rookie campaign, finishing the year with 105 blocks. Zahui already ranks fifth on the Gophers' all-time blocks list and will next set her sights on McCarville's career record of 196 blocks.
Stay tuned as GopherSports.com counts down the Gopher women's basketball top 10 moments of 2013-14.
Banham Breaks Minnesota Scoring Record
The senior guard scored 29 points in the Gophers' 81-79 overtime loss to Auburn.
Three Gophers Score 20 in Win over Hatters
Minnesota edged out Stetson 72-69 in its first game at the San Juan Shootout.
Preview: Gophers at the San Juan Shootout
Minnesota is set to take on Stetson and Auburn this Thanksgiving weekend in Puerto Rico.