EMMITSBURG, Md. -- Vado Morse had 19 points as Mount St. Mary's routed St. Francis (NY) 59-39 on Monday night.
Mount St. Mary's (8-11, 4-2 Northeast Conference), which built a 36-19 advantage by intermission.
The Terriers' 39 points on 23.7 percent shooting represented the worst marks by a Mount St. Mary's opponent this season.
Both teams set season lows for scoring during the game. Mount St. Mary's scored 23 second-half points, the lowest of the season for the hosts, while the 19 points in the first half for St. Francis (NY) marked the fewest of the season for the visitors.
Chauncey Hawkins, the Terriers' leading scorer entering the game at 15 points per game, was held to only 2 points on 0-of-10 shooting.
Mount St. Mary's takes on Bryant at home on Saturday. St. Francis (NY) faces Robert Morris at home on Thursday.
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