Webster scored 12 points off the bench on 5-of-7 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds.
ECU also had an impressive 22 assists on 29 made baskets.
The Lady Tigers dominated the boards for the second game in a row, outrebounding St. Gregory’s by a 45-27 count.
“That’s great to see because that’s the one thing we’ve been hounding them about since the middle of last year. If I’ve said one word 50 times a day, it’s rebound. It’s great to see that’s paying off,” Holombek said.
The first-year head coach said during the preseason that she’d like to see ECU win at least 20 games this season. Two down, 18 to go.
"I’m very pleased. They’ve played very well," she said.
St. Gregory’s got 16 points and seven rebounds out of post player Danielle Patillo, while Tori Huff sank a trio of 3-pointers and reached double figures with 12.
The Lady Tigers are back in the Kerr Center Saturday afternoon, hosting Rogers State at 2 p.m.