Junior center Hannah Spaulding had 23 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks to lead No. 13-ranked St. Thomas to a 77=52 road win over St. Ben's on Saturday in MIAC women's basketball play in St. Joseph.
The Tommies (15-2 overall, 10-0 MIAC) sank nine treys and had a 42-24 rebounding advantage as they knocked the Blazers out of a share of the MIAC lead.
St. Thomas has won 44 consecutive games against conference opponents and 25 in a row on the road.
St. Ben's (15-2, 9-1) trailed 42-28 at halftime but cut the deficit to 47-42 in the third quarter. St. Thomas answered with a 23-5 run to push the lead to 23 points midway through the final quarter.
The Toms play third-place Gustavus at home Wednesday night.