Hannah Spaulding had 21 points and nine rebounds to lead No. 12-ranked St. Thomas to a 68-34 victory over visiting Hamline Saturday in MIAC women's basketball play in Schoenecker Arena.
The Tommies (17-2 overall, 12-0 MIAC) have won 10 in a row this season, 46 in a row against conference opponents, and 22 consecutive January games. They had a 49-32 rebounding edge and helped hold the Pipers to a season-low scoring output.
The Toms, who had only 11 turnovers, closed the first half on a 21-7 run to lead 36-19 at the break, then opened the second half with a 21-5 run.
Reilly Geistfeld had 10 points and six boards to lead the Pipers (4-15, 3-9).