Tara Lynch (Green Township, NJ/Newton) scored 10 points, while Alyssa Juergens (Rochester, NY/Hilton)finished with 10 rebounds and eight points.
Emily Nestler (Rush-Henrietta) would soon after add to the team’s total, muscling through the Red Dragons defense for two good foul shots; Nestler coming off an impressive outing against the Hawks.
RIT led briefly in the first half, taking a 13-7 lead on a free throw from Chuck Okehie (Owings Mills, MD/McDonogh) at the 14:48 mark.
After a three pointer by Antonio Alvarez (Brockport) and multiple field goals by Justin Summers and Devante Hagins (Leadership Academy), the Green and Gold found themselves with a 18-7 advantage at the 13:52 mark.
In the first half, Nazareth led throughout most of the period and stretched its lead to 11 points three times.
Rachel Benedict (Brockport) posted her second double-double of the weekend as she combined 24 points with a game-high 15 rebounds.
Molloy led by six points (34-28) late the first half, but Jay Sarkis (Rochester, N.Y.) banged a corner three-pointer for Daemen with nine second left in the period to cut the deficit in half. Molloy took a 34-31 lead into halftime.
As the second quarter of play wore on, the Fisher offense continued its hot shooting as Miranda Lynch (Webster Thomas) answered a Sage three-pointer with one of her own, putting the Cardinals ahead 29-20 with 2:44 remaining until halftime.
Sophomore Caroline White (Fairport, N.Y.) added 12 points and six rebounds, while junior Ranaveya Richards (Albany, N.Y.) chipped in eight points, seven rebounds and three steals.
Tara Lynch (Green Township, NJ/Newton) and Alyssa Juergens (Rochester, NY/Hilton) had nine boards apiece for RIT, while Cori Okada (Fullerton, CA/Troy) had seven boards and five assists.