- Associated Press - Monday, November 8, 2010

COLLEGE PARK, Md. | Sean Mosley scored 21 points, Jordan Williams had 17 points and 15 rebounds, and Maryland pulled away to a 105-76 victory over Seattle on Monday night in the 2K Sports Classic.

Playing their first game in four years without standout guard Greivis Vasquez, the Terrapins (1-0) committed 29 turnovers but benefited from a balanced scoring attack. Cliff Tucker scored 16 points, freshman Terrell Stoglin had 15 and Adrian Bowie added nine.

Alex Jones scored 20 points for Seattle (0-1) and Aaron Broussard had 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Maryland led 49-40 before Tucker contributed five points to an 11-4 spurt that upped the margin to 16. Mark McLaughlin answered with a 3-pointer for the Redhawks before Stoglin made two free throws and got the assist on a jumper by senior Dino Gregory that made it 64-47 with 14 minutes to go.

After Seattle cut the gap to 10, the Terrapins used a 9-0 run to end any remaining suspense.

Maryland took 41 free throws and outscored the Redhawks 33-17 at the line. Seattle was called for 31 fouls.

The game launched the College Park Regional in the tournament benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer. Maryland next faces the College of Charleston on Wednesday night.

The first half featured 10 ties, six lead changes and 27 turnovers — including 15 by the Terrapins, who closed with a 14-4 run to take a 46-36 lead.

Maryland committed six turnovers and missed five of six shots over the opening four minutes but trailed only 3-2 because the Redhawks also opened 1-for-6 from the field.

The Terrapins trailed 25-24 before Mosley made a free throw and Williams dunked off a behind-the-back pass from Stoglin. After a basket by Broussard, Mosley hit a 3-pointer from the corner to give Maryland a 30-27 lead.

 


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