-- Western Illinois' Emily Clemens set a pair of Summit League career records in assists (633) and free throws made (516), while also becoming the program's all-time leading scorer (1,558).
-- In the same games, Oral Roberts' Faith Ihim grabbed a career-high 23 rebounds, tied for third in league single-game history, vs. Western Illinois.
-- South Dakota's Chloe Lamb scored a career-high 20 points off the bench in USD's win over North Dakota State.
-- The Coyotes have won 13 consecutive games, the seventh longest active streak nationally.
-- North Dakota State's Rylee Nudell had a career-best 18 points in the loss at South Dakota.
-- South Dakota State topped the century mark for the second time in its last three games behind a season-high 35 points in the first quarter.
-- Omaha's Amber Vidal notched a career-high 26 points in the loss to South Dakota State.
South Dakota 80, North Dakota State 54 | NDSU Recap // USD Recap
VERMILLION, S.D. (goyotes.com) -- South Dakota freshman guard Chloe Lamb came off the bench with a career high 20 points to pace the Coyotes in a 80-54 victory over North Dakota State on Saturday inside the Sanford Coyote Sports Center.
The Coyotes (19-5, 10-0 Summit League) extend their winning streak to 13-straight games which remains tied for seventh nationally.
Lamb's career high of 20 points came in 31 minutes of action. She made 7-of-12 from the field for 58.3 percent while also dishing out three assists and tallying a pair of steals.
Sophomore guard Ciara Duffy tallied her sixth-career 20 point game with 20 points as well. Today marked the first time this season that two Coyotes reached 20 points in the same game. Duffy handed out a team-high five assists and had four rebounds as well.
South Dakota State 103, Omaha 54 | SDSU Recap // UNO Recap
OMAHA, Neb. (gojacks.com) -- The South Dakota State women's basketball team scored a season-high 35 points in the first quarter and never stopped scoring in its 103-54 win over Omaha in Saturday afternoon's The Summit League game at Baxter Arena.
Macy Miller led the Jackrabbits, 19-5 and 8-1, with 17 points. Ellie Thompson recorded her 11th career double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Tylee Irwin and Madison Guebert added 15 and 14 points, respectively. Miller recorded eight rebounds and seven assists.
Amber Vidal scored a game-high 26 points for Omaha, 10-11 and 1-7.
Western Illinois 85, Oral Roberts 63 | WIU Recap // ORU Recap
TULSA, Okla. (goleathernecks.com) -- It was a record-setting day for Emily Clemens, as she helped the Leathernecks to an 85-63 win over Oral Roberts behind a second-half surge.
Clemens neared a triple-double, as she finished with 31 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds for the win. Her 10 assists now make her the all-time Summit League record holder for career-assists, as she passed South Dakota's Nicole Seekamp (2012-16, 628) with 633.
The senior from Muscatine, Iowa also passed former Leatherneck great and Hall of Famer Zane Teilane (2003-06, 1,547 points) for the most points in program history with 1,558 points thus far.
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Through 35 years of Division I athletics, The Summit League features men's basketball teams from eight member institutions: Denver, Fort Wayne, North Dakota State, Omaha, Oral Roberts, South Dakota, South Dakota State and Western Illinois with North Dakota becoming an official member for the 2018-19 season. In 2016-17, The Summit League raised its RPI for the third consecutive year, finishing with an all-time best No. 11 ranking. The Summit League has sent at least three teams to the postseason nine straight years with three postseason tournament semifinal appearances the last four years, while recording the nation's best Division I winning percentage improvement since 2009-10. Called "March's Best-Kept Secret" by USA Today, The Summit League Basketball Championships annually ranks as one of the most attended Division I conference tournaments. This season's event returns to the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, S.D., March 3-6, 2018. For more information about the league, "See The Summit" by visiting www.thesummitleague.org and following Summit League Basketball on Twitter @summithoops.