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16-7, 4th in Big Ten
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Minnesota's Banham ties single-game scoring mark (0:57)

Rachel Banham ties D-I scoring record

The Minnesota guard scored 60 points in a double-OT win over Northwestern, matching the women's Div. I single-game record set by Cindy Brown of Long Beach State in 1987. Banham was 19-for-32 from the field, 8-for-15 from 3-point range and 14-for-16 from the free-throw line. Box score

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56dGraham Hays

Hays: Pain strengthens Banham's bond to Minnesota

Granted an extra year of eligibility after a season-ending injury last December, will Rachel Banham be able to regain the form that made her an All-American and keep Minnesota rolling forward?

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No. 14 Duke uses fast start to run past Minnesota

Azura Stevens picked up her fifth double-double of the season, putting up 26 points and pulling down 11 rebounds, and No. 14 Duke used a fast start to get past Minnesota 84-64 in the Big Ten/ACC

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Minnesota says ex-AD didn't disclose VCU issue

The University of Minnesota says former athletic director Norwood Teague failed to disclose that he was facing a gender discrimination complaint at the time he was recruited and hired.

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Minn. president: Teague's alcohol use no excuse

University of Minnesota president Eric Kaler retreated Friday from comments he made after athletic director Norwood Teague's resignation, saying alcohol use was no excuse for his behavior.

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Minnesota launches probe amid AD questions

The University of Minnesota is launching an investigation of its athletic department and its former director who resigned because of sexual harassment complaints.

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Minn. asks any other ex-AD victims to speak up

The University of Minnesota, responding to a third woman's claims that she was sexually harassed by former athletic director Norwood Teague, is asking for other potential victims to come forward.

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W @ the WNBA draft: Zahui B. interview (1:56)
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299dMechelle Voepel

Big draft-day decisions await Storm, Shock

After sharing last place in the West last season, Seattle and Tulsa have a chance to add potentially transformative players such as Jewell Loyd and Amanda Zahui B. in Thursday's WNBA draft.

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303dMichelle Smith

Smith: Recent additions shake up WNBA draft

Seattle Storm coach Jenny Boucek thought she had her No. 1 and No. 3 picks set for the WNBA draft. That is, until All-Americans Amanda Zahui B. and Jewell Loyd declared their eligibility.

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DePaul comes back to beat Minnesota

The Blue Demons missed 20 of their first 22 3-pointers, but back-to-back 3s by Megan Podkowa sparked a second-half run and led DePaul to a comeback win over Minnesota.

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Minnesota Falls To DePaul (0:31)
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Podkowa sparks DePaul's rally over Minnesota

Megan Podkowa scored 23 points and No. 9 seed DePaul used a 22-4 second half run to come from behind and beat eighth-seeded Minnesota 79-72 in the first round of NCAA Tournament on Friday.

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325dMichelle Smith

Before we crown a champion, savor all 63 games

Control yourself. Don't just jump to the NCAA tournament end you think you can already write. Soak up the next 63 games, Because the journey counts as much as the final destination.

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Oklahoma City Regional breakdown

From players to watch and potential upsets to the best games in the first round, espnW breaks down each region of the women's NCAA tournament.