With the win, Nazareth is the lone undefeated time in the Empire 8 at 5-0, while Stevens drops to 6-1 in league play.
RIT shot 40.3 percent from the floor on 25-of-62 shooting. The Tigers went 7-of-18 from behind the arc, and made 6-of-10 from the foul line.
Powered by Haight’s 14 points and nine rebounds, Fisher would head into the locker room at halftime knotted up at 32-32 with the Hawks.
7th-ranked Rochester (14-1, 4-0 UAA) combined to outscore the host Judges (9-5, 1-3 UAA) 26-13 in the opening quarter, and then finished with a 20-11 edge in the fourth to offset two rough quarters in the second and third periods, emerging with the victory.
Neither team scored in the first 1:47 of the game, but once Josh Nelson recorded the first points of the game, Brockport held the lead for the entirety if the first half.
Lewis led the Tigers with 19 points, six rebounds and five assists.
The post players were once again dominant for the Golden Eagles in the contest, as Emily Nestler (Rush-Henrietta) (20), and Lindsay Johnson (12) each scored in double figures.
The Redhawks outscored the Knights 43-33 in the second half and used a 14-4 run in the third quarter to build an 11 point lead.
Nazareth used a balance scoring attack all game, as sophomore forward Rachel Benedict (Brockport) was the leading scorer with 10 points (4-for-12). She scored all of her points in the first half.
Eight of Rochester’s nine players scored six or more points. Five sank three-point goals.