She upped her team-best scoring average to 16.8 ppg.
"When we played them at our place, I didn't play my game," Renz said. "Coming into this one I wanted to prove to Coach Moser and my teammates that I can help win this game, show them that I'm here to play."
Angstadt finished with 12 points (1,006 career), her pace slowed considerably by Bross shadowing her in a box-and-one defense from late in the first quarter.
She also had four rebounds, four assists, three steals, a huge bunch of balloons and a mammoth cake.
"I give credit to Siobhan; she got into me," said Angstadt. "My girls were doing a good job of cutting and getting open, we just didn't always finish the shots we wanted to.
"And (the Ironmen) were aggressive on the boards, so I give them a lot of credit."