Laurin Mincy scored 15 points, one of eight players to reach double figures for No. 5 Maryland on Thursday night in a 108-33 rout of Delaware State, the largest margin of victory in school history.

The Terrapins (10-0) made 13 of their first 18 shots and shot 67 percent from the floor in taking a 57-14 halftime lead. Maryland made as many baskets (24) in the first half as the turnover-prone Hornets attempted.

The 75-point victory topped the Terrapins' previous high of 71 points, set in 1975 against Frostburg State and matched in 1993 against Maryland-Eastern Shore.

Delaware State (2-7) has lost seven straight.

The Terrapins finished with a 48-20 rebounding advantage, limited the Hornets to 20 percent shooting and forced 23 turnovers — including six shot-clock violations in the first half alone.