COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Sean Mosley scored 21 points on 8-for-8 shooting, Landon Milbourne added 19, and Maryland enjoyed a respite from Atlantic Coast Conference competition with a 106-55 rout of Longwood on Tuesday night.
The Terrapins (12-5) cruised despite getting only 10 points from leading scorer Greivis Vasquez, who didn't make his first basket until early in the second half.
By that time, the outcome was no longer in doubt.
It was the final non-league matchup of the regular season for the Terrapins, who have 13 ACC games left on their schedule. Six Maryland players scored in double figures, including freshman Jordan Williams, who had 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Dana Smith scored 25 for Longwood (4-15), making eight of the Lancers' 20 baskets. The 6-foot-5 forward played in his 123rd career game, tying a school record.
The Lancers are 0-3 against ACC teams this season.
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