The UNO women’s basketball team used a 37-9 run to close the first half en route to a 102-54 win over Eureka on Thursday at the Sapp Fieldhouse.
Felicia Anderson had a career-high 21 points while Ericka House added 19 for the Mavs (5-5).
UNO surpassed 100 points for the second time this season after putting up 109 on Nov. 14 against Graceland. It’s the first time since 2006-07 that UNO has topped the 100-point mark twice in a season.
Eureka scored the first four points of the game, but UNO responded with a 10-0 run to take the lead for good. Madi Robson hit back-to-back 3-pointers to put the Mavs up 10-4 at the 16:15 mark. UNO later went on a 15-0 run to make it 35-14 and pushed its advantage 57-23 by halftime.
House had 16 points during the first half, while Anderson had 11.
The Mavs didn’t let up in the second half, leading by 51 points with just over a minute to play.
UNO shot 46.2 percent from long distance, hitting 12 3-pointers. For the game, the Mavs were 57.7 percent from the field, the fourth-best shooting performance in school history.
Freshman Felicia Coleman had a career-high nine points in 11 minutes off the bench, connecting on 4 of 7 from the field. Taijhe Kelly added eight points, six rebounds and six blocked shots.
Robson finished with eight points, seven assists and no turnovers, and Lanese Bough chipped in four points, six rebounds and four assists.
UNO also had a strong showing on defense, tying the school record with 10 blocked shots. Six of those blocks came from Kelly, with Victoria Trowbridge adding three and Bough getting one. UNO also outrebounded Eureka 52-24.
The Mavs now have an eight-day break for finals before returning to action on Dec. 21 against Texas-Pan American at the Wichita State Classic.