Today's game marked the sixth meeting between Minnesota and Texas A&M, with the series now tied 3-3. The last meeting came in 2003 with the Gophers taking home the victory, 88-72.
Today's game was the first NCAA Tournament meeting between the Gophers and the Aggies.
Both the Minnesota and Texas A&M squads have a player named Tanisha Smith on their rosters.
Ashley Ellis-Milan's 7-8 (87.5%) shooting on the evening is the second-highest individual shooting percentage in an NCAA Tournament game in Minnesota history.
Emily Fox's two points on the evening tied a season low for the senior. The other occasion came at Wisconsin (12/29/08). It was also the first time all season Fox did not record a field goal.
Brianna Mastey's five points tied her career high. She also scored five against St. Mary's (12/1/08) and Iowa (1/11/09).
Katie Ohm's lone three-point field goal on the day moved her into sole possession of first place all-time for three-point field goals made in a season with 74. She tied the previous record holders, Lindsay Lieser and Shannon Schonrock (73), against Notre Dame in the first round.
Brianna Mastey's four blocks on the evening set a new career high for the freshman and also ties for the most blocks for a Gopher player in a game this season (Zoe Harper at Northwestern). Her previous career high was one.
Minnesota's 32 turnovers on the evening were the most turnovers committed by the Gophers on the season, as well as the most turnovers ever committed in an NCAA Tournament game.
The 31-point loss to the Aggies is the largest margin of defeat in an NCAA Tournament game in Minnesota history.
Minnesota's one three-point basket on the evening was a season low.
Kristen Dockery, a South Bend St. Joseph's graduate, saw action in the second half against the Aggies.
Emily Fox recorded four steals for the second straight game, the fifth time this season she has had at least four steals in a game.
The win for the Aggies earned them their second straight trip to the Sweet 16 and third overall in the program's history (1994, 2008).
The win also gives the Aggies 27 wins on the season, the second most in program history, just behind last season's 29 wins.
Danielle Gant's four rebounds today give her 913 for her career, passing Lisa Jordon (911) for second all-time at Texas A&M.
Danielle Gant's 20 points today marked her fourth 20-plus point performance in the NCAA Tournament.
La Toya Micheaux's two blocks tonight give her 91 for her career, which moved her past Lisa Jordan (90) for fifth all-time in career blocks at Texas A&M.
The Aggies recorded a season-high 20 steals against the Gophers. The previous season high was 18, set against Evansville in the first round.
Minnesota's 32 turnovers today marked the most turnovers forced by the Aggies all season. The previous season high was 30 coming against Evansville in the first round.
Sydney Colson made three three-pointers in the game. Fourteen of her 31 three-pointers on the season have come in the last six games.
Sydney Colson set a new career high with six steals in the game, besting her career high of five, which she accomplished three times.
Sydney Carter also set a new career high in steals with four, besting her career high of three (also accomplished three times).