Found November 19, 2013 on Madtown Badgers:
Raise your hand if you ever thought Frank Kaminsky would be in the Badgers record books as a leader in something? Well, with 43 points, he is now the single game leader in Badger history. His 43 points powered the Badgers past North Dakota 103-85.  Wisconsin went over the century mark as a team for the first time since doing it in a 105-70 win over Eastern Illinois in 1995. The Badgers also set a school record for most points in the Kohl Center. UW finished the night shooting 59.3 percent from the field, 60 percent from the three-point line and 72.4 percent from the free throw line.  It's safe to say it was a good night for the Badger offense. Defensively, well that's another story as the Badgers allowed UND to shoot 54.5 percent from the field themselves. The first half was insane as Kaminsky had 21 of his 43 points to lead the Badgers, but he was outdone personally by North Dakota guard Troy Huff. Huff had 26 points of his own 37 in the half, but it was W...
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