GREENVILLE, Ill. -- The women's basketball team nearly doubled Blackburn's score as the Panthers took a 90-47 win on Wednesday night.
Laura Goodnight was the game's top scorer with an 18 point performance.
Greenville took the lead immediately, grabbing a 27-13 lead after the first quarter. They added to their lead and held a 55-23 advantage at halftime.
The second half saw Blackburn's defensive effort improve. The Panthers outscored the Beavers 14-11 in the third quarter and 21-13 in the final period.
Meredith Crosier, Reinhard, and Michael paced Greenville on the glass with six rebounds each.
Lenz produced seven assists, and Goodnight had three blocked shots.
The Panthers (18-5, 13-1 SLIAC) moved one win away from its first SLIAC title since 1996-97. They hope to reach that milestone next Wednesday at Spalding after a weekend free of games.