Maryland started the second half by making just 3 of 16 shots, but stayed in front, 64-44, by going 13 of 17 at the free-throw line. The Terrapins finished the game 26 of 50 from the field (52%) and 29 of 44 at the line.
Maryland entered as one of the best-shooting teams in the country, ranking eighth nationally and first in the Big Ten at 57.2%.
Saint Peters (2-2) was led by Daryl Banks III with 11 points. Fousseyni Drame had nine points and six rebounds. KC Ndefo was ejected in the second half after arguing with an official. He was leading Saint Peters at the time with nine points.
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