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Women's basketball assaults scoring records with 112-52 win

Women's basketball assaults scoring records with 112-52 win

GREENVILLE, Ill. -- The women's basketball team has twice put more than 100 points on the scoreboard in Coach Roy Mulholland's 18 year tenure as head women's basketball coach, but Saturday's 112 point effort against St. Mary-of-the-Woods broke a record set against St. Mary last season as Greenville rolled to a 60 point win.

Greenville's Laura Goodnight surpassed 30 points in the game as she produced 32 points on 14 baskets, including three three-pointers and one free throw.

Morgan St. James gave Greenville a glimpse of her future as she put together a 15 point, 10 rebound double-double.

Claire Schmitt and Kelly Lenz each passed out five assists with Schmitt collecting four steals.

The Lady Panthers led 21-12 after the first quarter and 55-21 at halftime.  A 33-17 third quarter put Greenville up 88-38 before a 24-14 final stanza pushed the win to 60 points.

Greenville shot 61 percent in the contest as they were 47-of-77.  Greenville outrebounded MacMurray 57-39.

The Lady Panthers (7-2) host NCAA Division III No. 5 Washington-St. Louis at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.