Tied 32-all at halftime, a 3-pointer from Elliott and back-to-back baskets from Darley put the Retrievers up by seven. After a Mount St. Mary's free throw, Darley scored again before a 3-point play from Elliott and 3-pointer from Sherburne gave UMBC a 14-point lead with 14:19 to play.
Mount St. Mary's (3-7) wouldn't get within single digits the rest of the way. BK Ashe had 23 points, the lone Mountaineer to score in double figures.
Mount St. Mary's starting five combined to make just 7 of 23 shots for 21 points.