EVANSTON, Ill. — Rachel Banham tied an 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.

In matching the 60 points put up by Cindy Brown when Long Beach State beat San Jose State 149-69 on Feb. 16, 1987, the 5-foot-9 guard made 19 of 32 shots, including 8 of 15 from 3-point range, and hit 14 of 16 from the free-throw line.

She also had eight rebounds, four assists and two steals for the Golden Gophers (16-7, 8-4 Big Ten).

The senior from Lakeville, Minnesota, shattered the school (44) and Big Ten records (49) and moved within 47 points of breaking Lindsay Whalen’s school record of 2,285 points.

Maggie Lyon had 31 points and 12 rebounds and was the only starter who didn’t foul out for the Wildcats (14-10, 3-9). Her 3-pointer from the right wing rimmed out at the end of the first overtime.

Banham had tied it with a driving layup with 2.4 seconds left.

(3) NOTRE DAME 66, (13) LOUISVILLE 61: Madison Cable scored five straight points in the fourth quarter, including a big 3-pointer with two minutes remaining, to rally the Irish to a a win at Louisville, Kentucky.

(8) ARIZONA STATE 69, USC 68: Sophie Brunner’s three-point play with 1.9 seconds left gave the host Sun Devils (20-4, 11-1) a victory over short-handed Southern California, keeping them tied atop the Pac-12.

Sadie Edwards scored a career-high 26 points for the Trojans (17-7, 5-7), who dressed eight players and saw two foul out.

OREGON 75, WASHINGTON 63: Maite Cazorla and Kat Cooper each scored 16 points and Oregon used 35 fourth-quarter points to win at Seattle.

Petersen finished with 14 points for Oregon (17-6, 6-6 Pac-12), which has won six of seven games after losing its first five in conference play.

(10) FLORIDA STATE 75, CLEMSON 56: Shakayla Thomas scored 17 points and Emiah Bingley added 15 in a win at Tallahassee, Florida.

Brittany Brown added nine points and seven rebounds for Florida State (19-4, 9-1 ACC), which tied its best start in conference play.

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