RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) Eric Stutz scored a career-high 23 points as Eastern Kentucky scored more than 100 points for the second straight game, pounding out-matched Cincinnati-Clermont 115-50 on Saturday night.
Eastern Kentucky was already up 58-24 by halftime against tiny Cincinnati-Clermont of the USCAA, but the Cougars (1-3) seemingly vanished after the break. The Colonels opened the second half on a 20-4 run until Clermont called time at 13:08, then went 11-0 after the Cougars huddled.
On Tuesday, Eastern Kentucky went off for 115 on Kentucky Christian, an NAIA school.
Tommy Hacker led Cincinnati-Clermont with 11 points, the Cougars hitting just 16 of 52 shots, making 32 turnovers.
The Colonels made 30 of 43 shots inside the 3-point line, and shot 52.6 percent overall from the floor. They made just four turnovers.