Rachel Banham tied an NCAA single-game record with 60 points in leading Minnesota to a 112-106 double-overtime win over Northwestern on Sunday.
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- 11/15W 89-49
- 11/19W 72-36
- 11/22W 86-62
- 11/26W 74-70
- 11/27W 75-52
- 11/28W 78-75
- 12/2W 85-72
- 12/6W 69-44
- 12/13W 81-72
- 12/15W 91-47
- 12/1916L 77-64
- 12/22W 80-38
- 12/31L 79-72
- 1/3W 85-62
- 1/7L 85-71
- 1/1023L 74-51
- 1/145W 86-82
- 1/178L 80-62
- 1/20L 95-92
- 1/24L 91-84
- 1/287L 76-73
- 1/31L 79-64
- 2/4W 69-59
- 2/7L 112-106
- 2/10L 61-59
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Rachel Banham tied a NCAA record with 60 points -- with 10 coming in the first overtime and eight in the second -- to lead Minnesota to a 112-106 win over Northwestern on Sunday.
Kelsey Mitchell scored 27 points for No. 7 Ohio State to fuel a fourth-quarter comeback and the Buckeyes rallied to beat Northwestern 76-73 on Thursday night.
Sophomore Kristen Confroy set career highs with 24 points and 10 rebounds as eighth-ranked Maryland cruised past Northwestern 80-62 on Sunday.
Maggie Lyon scored 24 points, Nia Coffey added 23 and Northwestern upset No. 5 Ohio State 86-82 on Thursday night.
Aerial Powers recorded her sixth double-double of the season with 21 points and 12 rebounds to help No. 23 Michigan State cruise past No. 16 Northwestern 74-51 on Sunday.
Bridget Perry had 21 points and nine rebounds on Thursday night as Purdue built a commanding lead early in the fourth quarter and held on to upset No. 16 Northwestern 85-71.
Nia Coffey had 25 points, 17 rebounds and four blocks, and Christen Inman added 25 points to help No. 14 Northwestern beat Nebraska 85-62 on Sunday.
Freshman Teniya Page scored 27 points, Connecticut transfer Brianna Banks 25 and Penn State continued its dominance of Northwestern, beating the 14th-ranked Wildcats 79-72 in the Big Ten opener o
Ashley Deary scored 10 of her 15 points in a monster third quarter as 15th-ranked Northwestern defeated Missouri-Kansas City 80-38 on Tuesday.
Megan Podkowa scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds with four blocks and No. 16 DePaul handed No. 12 Northwestern its first loss of the season 77-64 Saturday night.
Nia Coffey scored 23 points and grabbed 17 rebounds and No. 12 Northwestern rolled to a 91-47 victory over Alcorn State on Tuesday.
Christen Inman scored 25 points, including six in a 10-0 surge in the fourth quarter, to lift No. 12 Northwestern to an 81-72 win over Loyola of Chicago on Sunday.
Nia Coffey had 21 points and 14 rebounds for her fourth-straight double-double to lead No. 15 Northwestern to a 69-44 win over Milwaukee on Sunday.
Maggie Lyon hit four 3-pointers and scored a career-high 31 points, Nia Coffey added 22 points and 11 rebounds and No. 15 Northwestern defeated North Carolina 85-72 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge o
Maggie Lyon tied a career high with 26 points and Christen Inman hit the go-ahead bucket with 11 seconds left to help No. 19 Northwestern women hold off East Carolina for a 78-75 win at the Lone
Maggie Lyon knocked down five 3-pointers and scored 21 points to lead No. 19 Northwestern to its second Lone Star Showcase victory in as many days, cruising past Creighton 75-52 on Friday night.
Christen Inman scored a career-high 28 points, Nia Coffey added 17 and Ashley Deary scored 13 with 10 steals and seven assists to lead the No. 19 Northwestern women past Eastern Washington 74-70
Ashley Deary scored 25 points and had 12 assists -- both career bests -- as Northwestern broke open a one-point game to defeat Western Michigan 86-62 on Sunday.
Nia Coffee scored 16 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead No. 20 Northwestern to a 72-36 win over Idaho State on Thursday night.
Nia Coffey scored 27 points and pierced the 1,000-point career mark for No. 19 Northwestern in an 89-49 win over Howard on Sunday.
Thanks to new arrival Maryland, the Big Ten put a team in the Final Four for the first time since 2005. The Terps went unbeaten in league play last season, but Ohio State is this year's favorite.