By RICH DUBROFF

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Angel Reese scored 18 points and had a career-high 15 rebounds, Mimi Collins scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Ashley Owusu had 16 as No. 3 Maryland rolled to a 98-57 win over Mount St. Mary’s on Tuesday night.

Katie Benzan had 14 points and eight assists. Chloe Bibby added 13 points and nine rebounds. and Shyanne Sellers had 12 points and 11 rebounds.

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Mount St. Mary’s was led by Aryna Taylor’s 21. Kendall Bresee had 12 points and eight rebounds.

Maryland (4-0) scored the game’s first 16 points and didn’t allow a field goal until Taylor hit a 3-pointer with 2:13 left in the first quarter.

The Terrapins led 23-7 after one, and increased their lead to 53-28 at halftime, shooting 61.1% in the first half.

Mount St. Mary’s (1-2), which rolled over Division III Valley Forge 102-15 on Saturday, had no answer for bigger, more athletic Maryland. The Terrapins outrebounded the Mount 51-31.

Owusu, who rolled her left ankle early in the third quarter in Sunday’s game at James Madison, practiced on Monday, and showed no ill effects during her time in the game.

Maryland played without star junior guard Diamond Miller, who’s missed the first four games with a sore right knee.

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BIG PICTURE:

Mount St. Mary’s: After their lopsided win against overmatched Valley Forge, and this difficult loss against a highly ranked team, the Mount has two games, against Lehigh and Howard that they should be competitive in.

Maryland: The Terrapins continue to methodically defeat their opponents, and beginning Sunday face a tough week of games against No. 6 Baylor, No. 5 NC State and No. 7 Stanford.

UP NEXT:

Mount St. Mary’s: Visits Lehigh on Friday

Maryland: Hosts UNC Wilmington on Thursday

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