After another slow start, the Lady Ruggers put on an offensive show in the second half, scoring six tries and defeating Delaware 46-11.
Losing 11-5 at the end of the first half, coach Pete Steinberg had only one thing to remind his team, "you're better than them."
Junior captain Sadie Anderson led the way with two tries in the second half. Senior Deven Owsiany, junior Kasey Ferlic and freshman Kelsey Corbett came in as key substitutions in the second, each scoring a try.
The team's next game will home against Princeton on Oct. 23 at 10 a.m.