#SummitWBB Scoreboard (Dec. 8)

Denver's Morgan Van Riper-Rose (photo by Clarkson Creative)
Denver's Morgan Van Riper-Rose (photo by Clarkson Creative)

Notes:
-- North Dakota State's Taylor Thunstedt scored a career-high 14 points in the win over Mayville State.
-- Denver set new school and league single-game records with 19 three-pointers made in the win over Air Force. The 19 treys also rank fourth in NCAA history.
-- The 107 points scored by the Pioneers are tied for second-most in school history and are the most since 1991.
-- DU's Morgan Van Riper-Rose connected on 10 three-pointers, setting new league and school single-game records. Her 10 treys are also tied for third in NCAA history.
-- Van Riper-Rose also scored a career-high 32 points in the win over Air Force.
-- DU's Alicia Espinoza recorded her first career double-double (10 points, 12 rebounds).

North Dakota State 83, Mayville State 66 | Recap
FARGO, N.D. (gobison.com) -- The North Dakota State University women's basketball team (4-4) led from start to finish in an 83-66 victory over the Mayville State University Comets (7-3) on Monday night, Dec. 8, inside the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse.

Senior guard Brooke LeMar led the Bison with a team-high 22 points and game-high six assists, while junior forward Holly Johnson tallied a double-double with 16 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, and freshman guard Taylor Thunstedt netted a career-best 14 points and five assists. 

The Bison shot 38 percent (28-for-74) from the field, 31 percent (11-for-36) from three-point range, and 73 percent (16-of-22) from the free-throw line in the game. NDSU dished out a season-best 18 assists and outrebounded Mayville State, 51-49.

Denver 107, Air Force 66 | Recap
DENVER (denverpioneers.com) -- The University of Denver women's basketball team had a night for the record books against the Air Force Academy Falcons on Monday at Magness Arena. Denver (2-6) outscored Air Force (1-8), 107-66 while setting a new school record with 19 made 3-point field goals. Historically, 19 3-pointers ties for 4th most made 3-point field goals in a single game in NCAA Division I women's basketball history.

Denver torched the nets at Magness Arena scoring 107 points, which is a tied for the second most points in school history and the most since 1991. The Pioneers also breached the century mark for the first time since putting up 101 against Utah Valley State on January 8, 2008.