Behind guard Michael Snaer's 19 points and forward Okaro White's seven rebounds, the Florida State Seminoles cruised by the Maine Black Bears on Sunday night with a 91-59 victory from the Donald L. Tucker Center.
Snaer was dangerous early, scoring 12 of his 19 in the first half as the Seminoles pulled away from Maine in the early going. Maine could do little to stop the Seminoles' attack, shooting just more than 33 percent from the field in the half and committing 11 turnovers before halftime.
Florida State was deadly from behind the three-point line, shooting 11-of-24 from three-point range to help stop a three-game losing streak.
Maine's Justin Edwards was among the few bright spots for the Black Bears on the night, scoring 15 points and grabbing five rebounds in the loss. Dimitry Akanda-Coronel was also able to add 11 points for Maine in the loss.
Freshman Aaron Thomas had a career-high 15 points in the victory.