COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Jordan Williams had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and five other players scored in double figures for Maryland in an 89-50 rout of the New Jersey Institute of Technology on Wednesday night.
It was the sixth straight double-double for Williams, the longest such streak by a Maryland player since Joe Smith had a seven-game run in 1995. Williams, a 6-foot-10 sophomore center, has 10 double-doubles this season and 18 for his career.
Chris Flores led NJIT (2-7) with 10 points. It was the 14th straight road loss for the Highlanders since Dec. 28, 2009.
Coming off a nine-day break for final exams, Maryland missed seven of its first 10 shots and led by only 12 points before closing the first half with a 24-1 run to go up 53-18.
Padgett started the surge with two free throws and Williams followed with a layup before Pe'Shon Howard made a foul shot. After that, Tucker, Gregory and freshman Terrell Stoglin each scored five points and Mosley chipped in with a basket and two free throws.
The Highlanders' only point over the final 6 1/2 minutes of the first half was a free throw by P.J. Miller.
Maryland coach Gary Williams changed his starting lineup for the first time this season, replacing Tucker, a senior guard, with Howard. Tucker was coming off a 2-for-10 shooting performance against Boston College and was averaging fewer than six points over his last five games.
Howard, a freshman, hit a 3-pointer in the opening minute and finished with four points and four assists in his first college start.