Rutgers-UMBC Final Score: Scarlet Knights Bury The Retrievers, 94-56

Dane Miller of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights celebrates the overtime victory over the Seton Hall Pirates at Madison Square Garden on March 8, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights put on a show at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Monday night with a 94-56 blowout of the UMBC Retrievers.

The UMBC Retrievers came into the Louis Brown Athletic Center MOnday night looking for their first win of the season against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in Piscataway, N.J.

They didn't get it.

Rutgers made it look easy from the onset and led the game 46-24 at the half behind freshman point guard Myles Mack, who finished with 20 points, two rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Scarlet Knights' 94-56 victory. They next face the LSU Tigers on Saturday night (Dec. 3) after improving to 6-4 with the win (4-0 at home).

The Retrievers just couldn't get their offense going, despite a solid game from sophomore forward Chase Plummer, who combined for 11 points, seven rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block.

UMBC falls to 0-6 overall (0-4 on the road) and will try to get into the win column on Thursday night against the American U. Eagles.

-- See On the Banks for more Rutgers sports coverage.

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