Stillman 51 38 89
Rutgers 60 56 116
Date of game: 11/25/2013

Recap: Rutgers vs. Stillman

Piscataway, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) - Myles Mack scored 23 points as the Rutgers Scarlet Knights ran away with a 116-89 victory over the Stillman Tigers as part of the NIT Season Tip-Off at the RAC.

Mack hit 8-of-12 shots from the floor to lead six players in double figures for Rutgers (4-3). Wally Judge posted a double-double of 20 points and 13 rebounds, J.J. Moore also added 20 points, D'Von Campbell tacked on 17 off the bench, Malick Kone tallied 11 and Kadeem Jack chimed in with 10.

Jeffrey Wherry hit eight shots from beyond the arc to account for 24 points and Daniel Bryant netted 22 off the bench for Stillman (1-4). Markeith Madison racked up 17 points and Justin Harris pitched in 10.

In the first half the Scarlet Knights shot a scorching 70 percent from the floor, including a 7-of-10 showing from beyond the arc, to take a 60-51 lead into intermission.

After the break the Scarlet Knights cooled, though they still hit an impressive 52.6 percent from the floor to coast to victory.

Stillman hit only 34.2 percent of its shots from the field, though the Tigers had a 39-33 edge from beyond the arc. Rutgers outscored the Tigers, 56-22, in the paint.

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