July 7, 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.
#2: Banham Breaks Program Single-Season Scoring Record
Rachel Banham broke a 29-year old scoring record to give the Gophers an opening round victory over Green Bay in the WNIT. Banham scored a game-high 31 points to give her a school-record 714 points on the season.
Banham finished the season with 750 points, well above the previous record of 708 set during the 1984-85 season by Laura Coenen. Following her record-breaking season, Banham moved into fourth place on the Gophers all-time scoring list with 1,993 career points.
Stay tuned as GopherSports.com counts down the Gopher women's basketball top 10 moments of 2013-14.
Banham Record Reaction
Her 60-point performance has drawn attention from all over the country. Banham and the Gophers take on Nebraska at home this Thursday.
Banham Ties NCAA Record in 2OT Win
Rachel Banham's 60 points shattered the Big Ten record and lifted Minnesota to a 112-106 win at Northwestern
Outside the Paint with Karley Barnes
The Gophers center talked with GopherSports.com about her transfer and ACL recovery process.