NU women score 62 first-half points, rout Golden Eagles

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Posted: Sunday, December 29, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 1:10 pm, Thu May 8, 2014.

LINCOLN — Eighteenth-ranked Nebraska put together its best offensive half of the season Sunday while steamrolling Oral Roberts 89-53 in its final game before the start of Big Ten play.

The Husker women (10-2) led 62-25 at halftime, setting a first-half scoring record and topping their previous single-half point total this season by 10. NU's first half exceeded the 59-point first half against InterAmerican in 1993-94 and Washington State in 2009-10, and ranks as the fifth-highest point total for any half in school history. The record of 68 came in the second half against Howard in 1992.

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