Senior guard Kendahl Adams surpassed 1,000 career points and the host Lady Blue Jays set a school record with 15 3-pointers in Monday night's rout of the Lady Saints.
The win was the sixth in a row for Westminster College (6-1), which raced to a 32-10 lead after one quarter and rolled into halftime with a commanding 62-17 advantage.
Adams connected on 12-of-18 shots — including 5-of-9 from 3-point range — to guide the Lady Blue Jays with a game-high 29 points. She is in her second season at Westminster after spending two years at both Stephens College and the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
"Kendahl is such a special player," Lady Blue Jays head coach James Arnold said. "I knew our program got significantly better the day she committed to Westminster and she is proving why."
Adams was one of three players to reach double figures for the Lady Blue Jays, who shot 46 percent overall (38-of-83) and 41 percent (15-of-37) from behind the arc. Sophomore guard Kendal Miller made 4-of-7 3-pointers to tally 15 points off the bench, while sophomore guard Kallee Dowler was 3-of-7 from behind the arc to contribute 11 points.
Adams also collected a game-high nine rebounds as Westminster shredded Central Christian Bible 55-19 on the boards.
Tink Harris produced 19 points as the only player to finish in double figures for the Lady Saints, who shot a miserable 29 percent (13-of-45) as a team and committed 25 turnovers.
The Lady Blue Jays remain at home for another non-conference matchup against Washington University at 6 p.m. Thursday.