Take a quick look back at this week in NCAA stats history ...

Feb. 6

2003

Women's Basketball

Jacksonville State's Shanika Freeman set the Division I record for consecutive free throws in a game (22).

1991

Women's Basketball

Kent State's Michelle Burden set the Division I record for assists in a game (23).

1989

Women's Basketball

Quinnipiac's Diane Dodge set the Division II record for consecutive 3-point field goals in a game (11).

1991

Women's Basketball

Oberlin's Ann Gilbert set the Division III record for points in a game (61), field goals in a game (28) and field-goal attempts in a game (55).

1999

Men's Ice Hockey

Lebanon Valley set the Division III record for penalties in a game (34).

Feb. 7

1976

Men's Basketball

Purdue (25 of 25) and Wisconsin (22 of 22) set the Division I record for free-throw percentage in a game (100 percent) by both teams.

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Utica set the Division III record for assists in a game (31) and points in a game (47).

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Utica (31) and Chatham (2) set the Division III record for assists in a game (33) by both teams.

Feb. 8

2003

Men's Basketball

Howard's Ron Williams set the Division I record for points in an overtime (17) against Norfolk State.

1964

Men's Basketball

Kentucky set the Division I record for rebounds in a game (108) against Mississippi.

1997

Women's Basketball

West Liberty's Joanna Bernabei set the Division II record for assists in a game (24) against West Virginia State.

1994

Women's Basketball

Colorado State-Pueblo set the Division II record for points in one overtime period (31) against Adams State.

1994

Women's Basketball

Colorado State-Pueblo (31) and Adams State (22) set the Division II record for points in one overtime period (53) by both teams.

1964

Men's Ice Hockey

Michigan (21 points) set the Division I record for largest margin of victory (21) against Ohio State (0).

Feb. 9

1987

Men's Basketball

Charleston Southern's Tony Fairley set the Division I record for assists in a game (22) against Armstrong Atlantic.

1991

Men's Basketball

Metro State's Adiran Hutt tied the Division II record for assists in a game (25) against Sacramento State.

1955

Men's Basketball

Baltimore set the Division II record for free throws made (64) and free-throw attempts in a game (84) against Washington College.

1955

Men's Basketball

Baltimore (64) and Washington College (25) set the Division II record for free throws made in a game (89) by both teams.

1995

Women's Basketball

LSU's Cornelia Gayden set the Division I record for 3-point field goals in a game (12) on 15 attempts.

2002

Baseball

Stanford's Carlos Quentin set the Division I record after being hit by a pitch five times against Florida.

Feb. 11

1956

Men's Basketball

Morehead State (53) and Cincinati (35) set the Division I record for free throws made in a game (88) by both teams.

2009

Men's Basketball

Central Oklahoma tied the Division II record for number of different players to score a 3-point field goal in a game (10) by one team against East Central.

1999

Women's Basketball

Massachussets-Boston's Andreen Gilpin set the Division III record for rebounds in a game (38) against Rivier.

Feb. 12

2000

Men's Basketball

Montana State-Billings' Markus Hallgrimson set the Division II record for 3-point fiel goals in a game (16) against Western New Mexico on 28 attempts.

2005

Men's Basketball

Cal State-Chico (41) and Cal State San Bernardino set the Division II record for personal fouls in regulation time in a game (78) by both teams.

1982

Women's Basketball

Lincoln (Mo.) set the Division II record for field-goal attempts in a game (134) against Harris-Stowe.

1994

Women's Basketball

Moravian (40) and Messiah (34) set the Division III record for free throws in a game (74) by both teams.

1994

Baseball

Caltech's Brian Cooper set the Division III record for wild pitches in a game (8) against Cal Lutheran.

2005

Men's Lacrosse

Delaware's Alex Smith set the Division I record for fastest goal to start the season (:06) against St. Joseph's.