Haskell Indian Nations University raced to a 22-point halftime lead and coasted to a 72-46 women's basketball victory over Westminster College on Tuesday night at Coffin Complex.
Samantha Pete led the Indians with 18 points, Maria Stevens had 10 points and six rebounds, and Pat Victor added 10 points.
Twelve players saw action for HINU, and nine players scored.
"The good thing was, we got to play everybody," Haskell coach Phil Homeratha said. "Everybody got good minutes. It was a good win at home."
The Indians went to the free-throw line just twice, with Stevens hitting both of her attempts. Westminster hit 24 of 32 free throws. Westminster scored just 22 points from the field.
"We put them at the foul line too much, but we did a good job on them defensively," Homeratha said. "We really played good team defense. We really limited what they could do."
HINU (7-4) will play Saturday at Manhattan Christian.