WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Elena Delle Donne scored 24 points and No. 20 Delaware never trailed while defeating William & Mary 66-44 Sunday for its 33rd consecutive regular-season win in Colonial Athletic Association play.
Akeema Richards added 13 points for the Blue Hens (22-3, 13-0), who won their 17th consecutive game overall and their eighth in a row against the Tribe (6-18, 4-9).
A 3-pointer by Lauren Carra gave Delaware the game's first points after 38 seconds and the Blue Hens went on to a 36-25 halftime advantage. They never led by less than that in the second half.
Delaware finished with a 38-25 rebounding advantage and scored 13 points off turnovers to two for William & Mary.
Emily Correal led William & Mary with 16 points and 10 rebounds. It was her second consecutive double-double. She had 27 points and 10 rebounds in the Tribe's 78-70 win over Northeastern on Friday night.
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