HOBOKEN, NJ - Cassidy O'Malley -- who finished her Summit High School career as the school's all-time leading girls basketball scorer -- delivered a college career-best 30 points in Ithaca College's 80-71 victory over Stevens Institute of Technology at Canavan Arena.

Twenty-two of O'Malley's 30 points came in the second half.

The sophomore was 9-19 from the floor, an impressive 12-14 from the charity stripe, and also pulled down six rebounds -- all in just 27 minutes on the floor -- as the 21st-ranked Bombers improved to 7-1 on the season.

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O'Malley, class of 2016, concluded her career at the Kent Place Boulevard campus with 1,439 points, breaking Lindsay Burns' previous mark of 1,382 in late February of her senior season.

In her sophomore season at Ithaca, O'Malley is averaging 17 points and nearly five rebounds per game, while shooting 55 and 77 percent, respectively, from the floor and free-throw line while averaging 21 minutes per contest.