Senior Hannah Spaulding finished with 23 points and seven rebounds and helped the visiting Tommies shoot 70 percent from the field in Thursday night's 99-51 win over host Macalester in MIAC women's basketball play in St. Paul.
No. 3-ranked St. Thomas (19-1 overall, 13-0 MIAC), which had a season-high scoring total, has a 1.5-game lead on idle Augsburg atop the MIAC standings with five games to play in the regular-season.
The Toms posted a 39-8 edge in bench points and sank eight baskets from 3-point range.
Lucia Renikoff sank four treys and finished with 16 points.
St. Thomas plays Saturday at Hamline (1 p.m.).