CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Travis McConico scored 15 points and Charleston Southern rolled to a 107-36 victory over Toccoa Falls on Monday.
Sean Price and Christian Keeling scored 11 points each, Ty Jones and Jamaal David 10 points apiece and Abdul Sarki had 10 rebounds for the Buccaneers (4-2). All 16 players on the Charleston Southern roster played with all but one scoring.
The Buccaneers shot 55 percent, outrebounded the Screaming Eagles 51-34 and made 20 steals as part of 29 Toccoa Falls turnovers.
Charleston Southern had runs of 14-0, 17-0 and 17-0 in taking a 66-16 halftime lead.
Toccoa Falls, a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association, didn't have a player score in double figures. In all six of their games this season, including exhibitions, the Eagles have given up over 100 points.
Five-star point guard Josiah James, ranked No. 20 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Tennessee over Clemson, Duke and Michigan State.
Jim Calhoun, who has a career record of 873-380 and led UConn to three national titles before retiring in 2012, has been hired as coach at Saint Joseph.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott believes a tentative ruling making show-cause orders illegal in California would threaten NCAA membership for state schools.