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Reggie Lynch sets Minnesota single season block record in win over Penn State

/wags finger

NCAA Basketball: Minnesota at Maryland Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Reggie Lynch is a force inside. This shouldn’t be news, as we’ve watched him dominate the paint on defense all season. But today Lynch didn’t just block 11 shots, he wrote himself into the Minnesota history books.

Reggie Lynch is now the Gophers all-time record holder for blocks in a single season! Not only that, but his 11 blocks were good enough for second all time in a single game (just behind the record of 12 set by Mychal Thompson back in 1976). And the best part? He did it while committing zero fouls.

HATS OFF TO REGGIE! We look forward to him cementing his single season record as the Minnesota Golden Gophers finish the regular season and head into the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments.