COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Jordan Williams had 17 points and 11 rebounds, his seventh consecutive double-double, and Maryland got 15 points from Sean Mosley in an 85-62 victory over North Florida on Wednesday night.
Williams' run of double-doubles is the longest by a Maryland player since Joe Smith had seven straight in 1995. Williams, a sophomore forward, went 1 for 10 at the foul line but still recorded his 11th double-double in 13 games.
After missing his first nine free throws, Williams received a huge cheer from the crowd when he completed a three-point play with 2:29 left.
Cliff Tucker scored 14 and freshman Terrell Stoglin added 13 for the Terrapins (9-4). Maryland led 48-40 before Tucker contributed seven points to a 14-0 run that boosted the margin to 22 with 11:50 to go.
North Florida committed 24 turnovers and shot 35 percent from the floor.
The Ospreys made it interesting at the outset, taking a 14-12 lead on Smith's second 3-pointer in the opening seven minutes. It was 18-all before Mosley and Adrian Bowie made successive layups at the outset of an 11-3 run that enabled the Terrapins to take control.
After Brad Haugabrook scored for North Florida, Mosley made a three-point play and banked a runner off the glass to ignite a 10-0 burst that made it 39-23.
The Terrapins settled for a 43-31 halftime lead, which wasn't bad considering they committed 10 turnovers and were 8 for 16 at the foul line.