LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. -- Ally Malott led six players in double figures with 19 points as No. 16 Dayton routed Siena 91-53 Saturday.
Jodie Cornelie and Kelley Austria posted 11 points and three assists each, while Olivia Applewhite, Cassie Sant, and Andrea Hoover tallied 10 points for the Flyers (12-0), who have won 12 straight games and are off to their best start in school history.
Siena (3-6) scored the game's first four points but watched Dayton rattle off 18 straight to jump ahead 18-4 with 11:34 left in the first half. The Flyers took a 35-21 advantage into halftime and pushed its lead to 30, 63-33, behind a 3-pointer from Hoover.
Dayton shot over 50 percent (51.5) for the third time this season while holding Siena to 28.6 percent (18 of 63). The Flyers held a 50-31 rebounding edge and scored 40 points in the paint.
Clara Sole Anglada led Siena with 17.
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