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Banham's big night leads Gophers past Illinois

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Minnesota 106

Illinois 75

The Minnesota Gophers women's basketball team beat Illinois 106-75 at the State Farm Center in Champaign, Illinois.

1. Banham's big night leads Gophers

Rachel Banham knocked down a school record 10 three-pointers as she scored 39 points to lead the Gophers. She also had eight assists and seven rebounds.

2. Big night from deep

In addition to the 10 three's from Banham, Carlie Wagner, Mikayla Bailey, Joanna Hedstrom, and Shayne Mullaney combined to knock down nine more.

By the end of the night, the Gophers had knocked down a school record 19 three-pointers on the night.

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