Aleena Domingo became the second player in Humber history to join the 1,000 point club as the Humber Hawks set a new OCAA record for most points scored in a game.

ETOBICOKE, Ont – Aleena Domingo scored a game-high 20 points, becoming the second player in Humber history to join the 1,000-point club as top-ranked Humber beat Lambton, 125-29, Friday evening at the North Campus Gym.

Domingo recorded her fifth double-double of the season, grabbing a career-high 19 rebounds to become the first player in program history with 600 career boards.

Seven Humber (13-0, 1st West) student-athletes – including Domingo – scored in double figures. Ceejay Nofuente recorded her fourth triple-double of the season, finishing with 16 points, 12 steals, and ten assists. Makeba Taylor scored a career-high 16 points, while Jahnae Gyles added 15 points, including 5-of-9 from 3-point range. Felicia Velasquez added a season-high 11 points, and freshman Brittney English had a career-high 10 points.

After Lambton (0-13, 11th West) scored seven points in the opening 3:40, the Hawks went on a 28-0 run to end the opening frame leading 37-7.

Humber's top-ranked defence held the Lions to 17.9 percent (5-of-28) shooting from the floor in the first half, taking a 62-19 lead after 20 minutes of play.

The 125-26 victory at the North Campus Gym signified the most points scored by a team in OCAA women's basketball history.

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Humber Highlights

  • All 14 student-athletes for Humber saw at least seven minutes of action in the win.
  • Humber broke the OCAA record of 123 established by the Seneca Sting against Fleming during the 2008-09 season.
  • The Hawks hits a program record 17 3-pointers in the win, shooting 45.9 percent (17-of-37).
  • Aleena Domingo recorded her fourth consecutive double-double.
  • For the third consecutive year, Ceejay Nofuente broke the single-season steal record.
  • Senior Stephanie Antwi grabbed her 400th career OCAA rebound.

Game Notes

  • Humber improves to 15-2 all-time against Lambton.
  • The Hawks extend their OCAA win streak to 71 consecutive games.
  • Head coach Ajay Sharma picked up his 129th victory at Humber and now sits four wins away from the most victories in program history.

What's Next?

No. 1 Humber will conclude its three-game homestand Jan. 25 against Sheridan (5-5, 6th West). Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m., and the game will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network