Andrews, Beard lead FIU past Webber International 110-84
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MIAMI (AP) DeVon Andrews scored 23 points and Brian Beard Jr. added 20 with four steals, leading five players into double-figure scoring as Florida International defeated NAIA Webber International 110-84 Wednesday night.
Andrews made 9 of 13 shots, including both he put up from 3-point distance, while Beard added nine assists, four steals and six rebounds. Ty Jacob scored 19 points with four 3-pointers, Isaiah Banks and Antonio Daye Jr. scored 14 each, Daye adding eight rebounds.
Malik Morrow hit four 3-pointers and grabbed five boards, Garrett Woodmansee tossed in three treys and added six rebounds as the pair scored 14 points each to lead the Warriors. Webber International out-rebounded FIU 52-50.
The Panthers scored 32 points off 26 Webber International turnovers, had 16 steals and blocked seven shots.
FIU dominated the paint, outscoring the Warriors 70-32 and held a 33-4 advantage on fast-break points.
Updated November 7, 2018