BALTIMORE (AP) — Brandon Horvath had a perfect day shooting on his way to a career-high 22 points, Joe Sherburne moved into the top 10 in scoring at UMBC and the Retrievers swamped Division III Centenary (NJ) 98-48 on Monday.
Horvath went 6 of 6 from the field with three 3-pointers, and 7 of 7 from the foul line as the Retrievers (8-7) shot 63 percent from the field. Sherburne scored 18 points, making him the 11th Retriever to surpass 1,300 points. Horvath and Sherburne both had seven rebounds.
The game was never in doubt as UMBC raced to a 43-12 lead. To that point the Cyclones, who played the game as an exhibition, had four 3-pointers. Their next six points were free throws and another 3 followed before they made their first 2-pointer 18 seconds before halftime.
Divine Anderson had 13 points for Centenary, which shot 28 percent and had 21 turnovers while being outrebounded by 18.