ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) -Sean Smith scored 18 points to lead five North Carolina-Asheville players in double figures in a 100-49 rout of Montreat on Sunday.
The Bulldogs (2-6) opened a four-game homestand by rolling to a 50-23 halftime lead on their way to winning their second straight game. It was their biggest victory since defeating Voorhees 103-44 on Nov. 25, 1988.
J.D. Primm scored 14 points, John Williams had 11 and Chris Stephenson and Quinard Jackson scored 10 each for the Bulldogs.
They were 32-for-65 from the field (49.2 percent), the first time they've shot better than 43 percent from the floor this season.
D.J. Cunningham had nine rebounds as the Bulldogs outrebounded Montreat 58-32.
Seth Moore led the Cavaliers (2-11) with eight points. Montreat, a NAIA program that has lost six consecutive games, shot 29.3 percent from the field (17-for-58).

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