Murphy Farrell was a standout on defense for the Orange, recording six steals and helping to hold Jocelyn Bowen to just 12 points.
"I am so pumped and ready to keep going," Farrell said.
"We know what a good player Jocelyn is," Reynolds said. "Who better than Murphy to defend her. Job one for the defense was to keep her contained."
Reynolds said that he was worried when his team came out flat in the third, but that they were able to get it together in the fourth.
"I was worried because we only scored five points in third and I thought that was going to be trouble," Reynolds said. "I was pleased we turned it around and scored 21 in the fourth."
Allison Pine added 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Orange.
"We just work together really well know where we are on the court," she said after the game.
For the Wildcats, Bowen added three assists to her 12 points night, while Ashley Subra scored 10 points to go with five rebounds.
Subra, Kate Rose and Rebecca Armstrong each had one steal, while Rose scored seven points and Armstrong added five.
"Pretty much have to burn the tape and get it out of the memory," coach Lee Silvernail said. "Remember the good things and take away as much as you can. I thought we had a pretty good game plan against Reynolds, but if you lose her for a second she is going to kill you, and we did that four or five times tonight, which is four or five times too many."