Villa Maria, led by senior sensation Siobhan O'Connor, dominated every phase of the game leaving Great Valley without a prayer 58-10.
O'Connor, who'll being heading to Villanova University after graduation, scored 10 points, grabbed eight rebounds, dished six assists and recorded six steals before she became a spectator at the end of three quarters.
The game began as a defensive struggle, with neither team scoring until the 5-minute mark. When O'Connor finally broke the ice, the floodgates opened for Villa Maria.
Guard Kerry Loughran hit a long three-pointer for Villa Maria, then hit a two-pointer. Backcourt-mate Mandy Pennewell knocked down two more jumpers and the route was on.
Roberta Patton came into the game and quickly scored, but six-foot forward Elizabeth Zwaan came in for Villa Maria and put the clamps down on Patton. By the end of the first quarter ended at 16-2, the outcome was obvious.
Things didn't improve in the second quarter. The Patriots could manage just one more Patton lay-up and finished the half shooting 2-18, with 15 turnovers and 0-1 from the line. By half-time, they trailed 24-4.
It was if the starters for Villa Maria knew they didn't have much time before they would give way to the reserves to start the third quarter. Pennewell and senior guard Lauren Blatt scored five points, and O'Connor and forward Jill Fiascki added four more each.
For Great Valley, guard Emily Roe, who fought hard all night for Great Valley, managed the lone basket. The third quarter ended 48-7.
Guard Katie Tosti came into the game in the fourth and delighted the crowd, knocking down two long-range three-pointers for Villa Maria, before the contest ended 58-10.
O'Connor led all scorers with 10 points, followed by Pennewell with nine, Blatt with eight, and Laughran and Lindsay Martin with seven each for Villa Maria.
Patton finished with six points, five rebounds and three blocks, while Roe added two points and six rebounds for Great Valley.