The Penn State women's basketball team trounced Wagner, 103-42, on Sunday in its first of four games during winter break.
The Lady Lions had no trouble setting the pace against Wagner, but it took them a few minutes to get going. After falling behind 7-5 to start the first half, the Lions went on a 34-6 run to pull away.
Guards Maggie Lucas and Alex Bentley combined to score 46 points, three more than the entire Wagner offense could string together. Bentley shot 71 percent from the field.
Coach Coquese Washington used the blowout to give every active player at least 15 minutes on the court. Zhaque Gray and Ariel Edwards also broke double-digits in points.
The Lady Lions (9-2) hit 103 points for the third time this season. They travel to Bucknell on Wednesday to take on the Bisons. Check the Collegian online over break for updates.