MILWAUKEE (Ticker) -- Dwyane Wade continued his strong play with 29 points - four more than his average - as 14th-ranked Marquette coasted to an 89-57 victory over Elon of the Big South Conference.
The junior guard reached double figures for the 39th time in 40 career starts. He earned his second Conference USA Player of the Week honor of the season after scoring 25 points in Marquette's last game against Wisconsin.
The Golden Eagles (9-1) posted their third straight victory since suffering a loss to Notre Dame and extended their home winning streak to 22 games, their longest since 1995-96.
Wade scored 16 points in the first half, when Marquette opened a 39-16 lead, holding the Phoenix (4-3) to just 30 percent shooting (7-of-23). Elon finished at 43 percent overall (25-of-62).
Wade, the nation's seventh-leading scorer, is shooting 67 percent in his last two games. He was 11-of-16 against Elon after making 11-of-17 shots against Wisconsin.
Wade, who has been Marquette's leading scorer in every game this season, also had three assists, two steals, two rebounds and a blocked shot.
Robert Jackson added 20 points for the Golden Eagles, who have held 29 of their last 31 opponents below 50 percent from the field. Jackson, a senior forward, needs 53 points to reach 1,000 for his career.
Gary Marsh scored 17 points for Elon, which has dropped two straight following a four-game winning streak. The Phoenix, in the midst of a seven-game road trip, suffered a 66-51 loss at Northwestern on Wednesday.
Todd Merritt chipped in with 14 points for Marquette, which finished at just under 53 percent (30-of-57).
The Golden Eagles frequently got to the line, making 24-of-28 free throws, compared to just 5-of-13 for Elon. Marsh was the only player in double figures for the Phoenix.
Marquette took control late in the first half with a 20-0 run. Wade had four baskets, including a pair of 3-pointers, during the spurt.
Steve Novak capped the burst with two foul shots that made it 39-13 with 1:17 left in the half.
Elon went scoreless for a 7:41 span and managed just one basket over the final 8:39 of the first half. The Phoenix missed all eight 3-point attempts in the opening 20 minutes.