The Mammoths, who carried a 23-11 advantage into the first break, maintained a comfortable lead throughout the second quarter. Freshman Emily O'Sullivan (North Reading, Mass.) brought the margin down to single digits at 25-16 by finishing an old-fashioned 3-point play at the line, but the hosts bounced back by getting another trey from McNamara the next time down the floor. McNamara then canned a jump shot in the final minute to give the hosts a 34-20 cushion at halftime.
Amherst broke loose and put the game out of reach by outscoring the Camels, 20-9, in the third quarter and limiting the guests to a game-low 21.1 percent shooting from the floor. Madeline Eck got the offense going by finishing a pass from Cam Hendricks on the first possession, and the margin grew to 23 when McNamara found Fox for a jump shot to make it 50-27 with 3:48 on the clock. The deficit peaked at 25 when Jade DuVal sank a pair of free throws to give the hosts a 54-29 lead by the end of the quarter, and the Camels came no closer than 17 the rest of the way.