TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) The College of Southern Idaho looked to come out aggressive and fast paced against Colorado Northwestern.
That's exactly what the ladies accomplished, forcing 30 turnovers, getting 37 points off those opportunities as CSI rolled to the 97-42 victory.
The Golden Eagles led 60-23 at the half.
Colorado Northwestern was without two of its starters and CSI took advantage.
They also had 22 points on fast break chances compared to the Spartans' two.
Every single player who saw playing time scored; Brooke Haney scored a season-high 17 points, while Nicole Suarez added 14.
Head coach Randy Rogers was pleased with the team's execution.
"All of our game planning for the week, being collective on the boards, I think we had at least seven players with at least five rebounds. I thought we did a great job on the boards, great job with our hands. We forced them into 30 turnovers and in transition we had some of those easy buckets we haven't been getting," Rogers explained.
The Golden Eagles are now tied with Salt Lake for first place in the standings.
CSI hosts Snow College next Thursday at 5:30 p.m.