Maryland 85, North Florida 62

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.

Parker Smith led North Florida (4-8) with 21 points and Jerron Granberry had 16. The Ospreys have lost five straight, all by at least 10 points.

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.