Game Recap: Rewriting the Record Books

Led by a school-record 43 points from junior Frank Kaminsky, No.12 Wisconsin shot 59.3 percent, broke the century mark for the first time in nearly 18 years and managed to pull away in the second half against a pesky North Dakota squad, winning 103-85 Tuesday night.

No.12 Wisconsin 103, North Dakota 85

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North Dakota coach Brian Jones and Troy Huff -

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan -

Sam Dekker, Traevon Jackson and Frank Kaminsky -

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Notes: The Badgers' previous high at the Kohl Center was a 99-55 win over Prairie View A&M on Nov. 14, 2010 ... UW is 121-30 (.800) in non-conference games under Ryan ... The Badgers improved to 183-18 (.910) at home under Bo Ryan, including a 92-7 (.929) record in non-conference home tilts. UW is 219-30 (.880) all-time at the Kohl Center ... Wisconsin enjoyed an 18-4 run midway through the first half, turning a 25-24 lead into a 43-28 advantage. The run was jump-started by a 9-0 run from back-to-back 3-pointer from Frank Kaminsky and another from Ben Brust ... The Badgers finished with four double-figure scorers for the first time since their win over Indiana on March 16, 2013 ... The Badgers finished 12-for-20 from 3-point range (.600), shooting at least 60.0% from distance for the first time since hitting 15 of 25 (.600) vs. Kennesaw State on Nov. 12, 2011.

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