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 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.