The Wisconsin Badger women's basketball team used some home cooking in Sunday's 70-57 win over Minnesota in Big Ten Women's basektball action at the Kohl Center (pictured).
The game was played in front of 15,269, a number that ranks fifth on Wisconsin's all-time attendance list. That mark, to date, also is the fifth-largest single game in the nation this year.
Four players reached double figure scoring, led by junior Janese Banks, who finished with a game-high 20. Jolene Anderson scored 15 points while rookies Rae Lin D'Alie and Mariah Dunham tallied 14 points and 11 points, respectively.
Wisconsin coach Lisa Stone will be writing a check to Gilda's Club of Madison, a free, non-profit support community for anyone touched by cancer. Stone pledged .25-cents for every ticket purchased to yesterday's game against the Gophers. The 15-thousand plus fans will mean Stone will donate $3,817.25.