MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — Kevin McKay scored a career-high 22 points, Cecil Williams had his second career double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds, and Central Michigan eased by NAIA Siena Heights 108-48 on Friday.

It was the 15th time under six-year coach Keno Davis that CMU hit the century mark.

McKay added nine rebounds and easily topped his previous scoring high of 11. Williams and McKay combined to only miss nine of 27 shots. Williams set a career-high in points and tied the second-highest rebounding total of his career.

Shawn Roundtree added 12 points, Gavin Peppers had 11, and David DiLeo 10 for Central Michigan, which returned three starters from last season. The Chippewas were 24 of 27 from the free-throw line.

Central Michigan plays at Michigan on Monday.

Trevor Holston scored 12 points for Siena Heights which finished 16-15 last season. PJ Austin added 11 points for the Saints, who turned it over 29 times.