Terrence Smith scored 19 points and Tim Coleman came off the bench to score 13 points and grab 14 rebounds as NJIT coasted to a 99-67 over Fisher College on Saturday.

The Highlanders (13-15) shot 62 percent in the first half to build a 66-31 lead and finished at 57.4 percent. They had 26 assists on 39 baskets and a 41-31 rebounding average. Coleman had six of NJIT's 12 blocks.

Jake Duncan and Montana Mayfield came off the bench to score 15 and 13 points, respectively, and Damon Lynn had 11.

The Falcons (13-17) were led by reserves Kyle Holmes with 14 points and Onesimus Moore with 13. Chris Green, Earnest McNeil and Tyler Shular scored 10 each for the NAIA team.

NJIT knocked down 12 of 27 3-point shots.