TOWSON, Md. — Deshaun Morman scored 19 points and Jordan McNeil had 17, both career highs, and Towson rolled to an 89-45 win over Division III Frostburg State on Monday night.
Morman made 8 of 10 shots and McNeil 6 of 9, including 4 of 7 from 3-point range. Zane Martin and another reserve, Justin Gorham, had 10 points for the Tigers (1-1).
Tyler Michael had 10 points for the Bobcats.
Michael opened the scoring, but Towson had a 15-2 run in the middle of the first half, most of the points coming at the rim, for a 25-14 lead. The Tigers shot 53 percent (19 of 36) despite going 2 of 9 behind the arc, and led 47-24 at the break. Towson ended up with a 38-18 advantage in the paint.
McNeil had the hot hand in the second half, making all of his 3-pointers. The Tigers had a 53-33 rebounding advantage with Gorham grabbing nine.