St. Thomas women now 16-0 with latest home victory

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Senior center Kaitlin Langer had 26 points and 14 rebounds and surpassed 1,000 points and 500 boards on her college career to lead No. 4-ranked St. Thomas (16-0 overall, 9-0 MIAC) to its 26th consecutive regular-season win, a 89-63 home defeat of Augsburg.

The Tommies, who outscored the Auggies 37-14 over the final 14:00, remained tied for the conference lead with Gustavus at 10-0.

Lauren Fischer had 18 points and nine boards, and Gabby Zehrer added 17 points.

Langer now has 22 double-doubles with the Tommies.