MCC is now 12-4 on the year, including 2-1 in conference play.
The Jayhawks got off to a strong start shooting the ball and built an early lead. Despite a shaky second quarter, MCC lead 47-34 at the half.
It was in the second half that the Jayhawks began to dominate. Using a big rebounding edge, good penetration and successful bench play, MCC cruised to a 53-21 second half edge and a 45-point victory.
MCC coach Amanda Parker was very pleased with her team’s performance.
“We have been struggling shooting the ball from the floor and the free throw line, but everything finally came together tonight and it was so exciting to watch,” Parker said.
Bailey Freeland led the Jayhawks with 19 points while adding five assists. Camaryia Williams scored 16 points to go with her six rebounds and four assists, while Kelsy Hackbardt netted 14 points.