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Rachel Banham

BTN's Shelley Till: Banham wants to be 'the best player on the floor'

We often overuse the word “greatness” in sports. You don’t just roll out of bed one day and become great; greatness is cultivated over time through hard work. In the case of Minnesota’s women’s basketball player Rachel Banham, greatness has arrived. I chatted with Banham after her epic 60-point performance at Northwestern, a showing that broke the Big Ten women’s basketball single-game scoring record, tied the NCAA one, and had the basketball world buzzing this weekend. [ MORE: Kobe Bryant tweets his congratulations to Banham ] The last time a Division I women’s basketball player scored 60 in a game? It was

Rachel Banham

Kobe Bryant congratulates Rachel Banham on 60-point game

What a few days for Rachel Banham. Two days after pouring in a Big Ten women’s single-game record and NCAA-tying 60 points (watch all of them) in a double overtime victory Sunday at Northwestern, the Minnesota star got a Twitter shout-out from her favorite player, Kobe Bryant, who is no stranger to reaching the 60-point plateau. The tweet happened early Tuesday afternoon, and Banham couldn’t believe it when she saw it in her timeline. BTN’s Lisa Byington asked Banham about Bryant in a “B1G Women’s Sports Report” interview Monday night, and playfully mentioned that the NBA star, an active Twitter

Rachel Banham

Rachel Banham nets Big Ten single-game record 60 points

Rachel Banham and Minnesota women’s basketball fans will never forget this Super Bowl Sunday. The Minnesota star erupted for a Big Ten single-game record and an NCAA record-tying 60 points in the Gophers’ double-overtime win at Northwestern. Banham set the Big Ten record on the jumper in the video above, and she tied the NCAA record in the closing seconds. “My teammates set me up so well,” Banham said in a BTN postgame interview. “I was just feeling really good, and I’m so happy we got that win.” She was feeling good, all right. Banham, who torched Northwestern for 32

Nov 28, 2015; Hartford, CT, USA; The Nebraska Cornhuskers bench reacts after a three point basket by guard Natalie Romeo (5) against the Connecticut Huskies in the second half at XL Center. UConn defeated Nebraska 88-46.

BTN's Shelley Till: Three women's hoops games to watch this week

We’re halfway through the Big Ten season and so far the preseason coaches’ poll has held true in terms of the top 3 teams in the Big Ten. They remain Ohio State, Maryland, and Michigan State. As we enter into the downhill portion of the schedule and race toward the Big Ten tourney, here is what you need to pay attention to this week. There are several great games and you’ll want to make sure that you tune into, set your DVR, or use your BTN Plus account for these games. [ MORE: Latest standings | Polls | Scoreboard | Stat leaders ] Michigan at Michigan

Dec 21, 2015; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes guard Kelsey Mitchell (3) drives past Virginia Cavaliers guard Faith Randolph (20) at Value City Arena. Ohio State won the game 93-73.

BTN's Shelley Till looks at Big Ten's Wooden Award candidates

The John R. Wooden midseason top 20 list is out and Big Ten women’s basketball is well represented with seven of the 20 finalists. Since the inception of the award to the women’s game in 2004, no Big Ten player has ever won the Wooden award. Seven names leads all conferences this season, so could this be the year it happens? Let’s take a look at the Big Ten’s finalists who may have the best shot. The Women’s Award was established in 2004 and presented annually to the outstanding collegiate female basketball Player of the Year. There is also a five-women

Rachel Banham

Minnesota's Rachel Banham sets 3-point record in win

Minnesota’s Rachel Banham had a night that will be talked about for a long time by Golden Gopher women’s basketball fans. Banham scored a career-high 39 points and made a school-record 10 3-pointers in Minnesota’s 106-75 win over Illinois on Thursday night. The Gophers’ senior guard drained 10 of her 15 3-point attempts as Minnesota tied the Big Ten single-game record for 3-pointers with 19. Minnesota’s 106 total points was its second-highest ever in a Big Ten game. Check out the complete highlight at the top of this post. WATCH: @RachelBanham15 with the new program record 10 threes in a

Apr 5, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Maryland Terrapins guard Lexie Brown (4) drives between Connecticut Huskies guard Moriah Jefferson (4) and forward Breanna Stewart (30) during the second half of a 2015 NCAA Women's Division I Championship semi-final game at Amalie Arena.

Maryland comes up short in Final Four semifinal against UConn

In Maryland’s first season in the Big Ten Conference, the Terrapins women’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four. But the road ended Sunday night as Maryland fell to perennial power UConn, 81-58. Brionna Jones led the Terrapins with 14 points. Breanna Stewart scored 25 points and Morgan Tuck added 24 for UConn, who are now one win away from a third straight national championship. UConn will face Notre Dame for the title on Tuesday night in a rematch of last season’s championship game. Lexie Brown added 12 points for Maryland. Maryland’s Brown had some extra support at the game as

NCAA Tournament-Spokane Regional-Maryland vs Tennessee

Stephanie White: How Maryland can pull off the upset over UConn

With Maryland preparing for a Women's Final Four game against UConn, BTN women's basketball analyst Stephanie White takes a look at what the Terrapins need to do to win and advance to the championship game.

NCAA Tournament-Spokane Regional-Maryland vs Tennessee

Maryland's Frese on Terps: 'No one expected this team to be here'

When Maryland women’s basketball coach Brenda Frese talked to Mike Hall on “BTN Live” this week, she outlined the differences between this year’s team and last year’s team as the Terapins head into a Sunday Final Four matchup against UConn. “We know what to expect,” Frese said before going on to add, “”What’s different is that no one expected this team to be here  this season.” Frese talks in depth about this weekend’s Women’s Final Four. Watch the entire interview in this post. The Terrapins play UConn at 8:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.