RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -Daniel Fountain scored 18 points to lead five players in double figures Saturday as second-seeded North Carolina-Wilmington took command early and cruised past Delaware 82-29 in the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals.
The Seahawks (20-12) had a 25-7 run in the first half that includes streaks of eight and 12 consecutive points. They were ahead 42-30 at halftime, boosted their margin as high as 24 and never let the lead dip into single digits in the final 20 minutes.
Delaware finished 14-17.
Chad Tomko added 17 points, Vladimir Kuljanin had 14, Dominique Lacy a career-best 12 and Todd Handley 10 for the Seahawks, who shot 66.7 percent in the first half and 56.5 percent overall to advance to a meeting with George Mason or Northeastern.
Herb Courtney led Delaware with 19 points, but scored only six after the opening 12 minutes. Brian Johnson added 12 points and Alphonso Dawson had 11.

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