BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Freshman Mackenzie Homes made all nine of her shots and scored 22 points and No. 24 Indiana coasted to a 111-47 win over Nicholls State on Sunday.
Holmes had half her points in the first quarter when the Hoosiers scored the first 15 points of the game and raced to a 35-12 lead. Indian made 14 of 21 shots (67%) to score the second-most points in a quarter in school history while the Colonels were just 4 of 15 (21%).
Ali Patberg had 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting with eight rebounds and nine assists for Indiana (2-0). The Hoosiers had a 49-24 rebounding advantage and a school-record 33 assists.
Indiana shot better than 60 in three quarters and finished at 63.4 It was 62-17 at halftime. Tykeria Williams led with 12 points.
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