COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (Ticker) -- Ryan Randle scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead a balanced attack as all 13 players on No. 17 Maryland's roster scored in a 108-58 rout of overmatched Hampton.
Drew Nicholas and Jamar Smith each netted 17 points for Maryland (8-3), which scored the game's first 12 points and led 24-4 on a layup by Steve Blake 6:43 into the contest.
Smith, a junior transfer, shot 7-of-9, grabbed six boards and had two steals.
"He (Smith) looked real quick tonight, I thought he really had his legs," Maryland coach Gary Williams said. "He was really quick to the ball and covered a lot of ground."
Randle, who made all 10 shots in a win against Wagner on Saturday, went 6-of-10 as the Terrapins improved to 4-1 on their six-game homestand.
The senior, who made his last three shots against Georgia Tech on December 29 and his first three against Hampton, set the school record with 16 straight baskets.
Blake added 13 points and eight assists for the defending NCAA champions, who have won 90 of their past 91 non-conference home games.
Blake passed former UCLA star Pooh Richardson and moved into 18th on the all-time NCAA list with 834 assists.
Barry Hairston scored 18 points for the Pirates (6-4), whose previous three losses this season had come by a total of 18 points.
"I've been here eight years and I've never been beaten by 50 points," Hampton coach Bobby Collins said. "They hit some shots early and we missed some shots, and it kind of took us out of our game plan."
The Terrapins shot 59 percent (42-of-71) from the field and forced 25 turnovers while committing 13 in their fourth straight win.
"I really didn't expect that type of game," Williams said. "We were ready both halves, and that was the key to the game. All our guys were ready to play tonight."
Maryland led 54-31 at halftime and scored eight of the first 10 points of the second period to pad its lead. A 20-3 burst gave the Terps an 82-43 lead on Nicholas' dunk with 10:50 remaining.
The Terps now face a stretch of six straight Atlantic Coast Conference games, including a matchup with top-ranked Duke.
Freshman Jeff Granger contributed nine points for Hampton, which shot 32 percent (20-of-67) from the floor and completed its stretch of six straight games on the road at 2-4.
Granger capped a 14-4 run with a bucket that pulled the Pirates within 28-18 with 9:35 left in the first half, but Maryland answered with a 13-2 burst that Smith's basket capped with 5:07 to go.