Kaia Porter scored 15 points and Lucia Renikoff added 14 points as No. 3-ranked St. Thomas scored a 67-46 home win over Hamline in MIAC women's basketball play Saturday afternoon at Schoenecker Arena.
The Tommies (12-1, 6-0 MIAC) have won 60 consecutive games against conference opponents and 15 in a row at home. They remain in a share of the conference lead with Augsburg. Cioach Ruth Sinn's team has held its last 12 opponents under 67 points.
Hannah Spaulding had 11 points, 16 rebounds and six blocks for St. Thomas. The Toms had 27 offensive boards, posted a 57-34 rebounding advantage, and had a 21-9 edge in bench points.
St. Thomas plays Wednesday night at St. Catherine.