NEW YORK -- Mark Cisco led Columbia with 13 points as four Lions scored in double figures in a 74-40 win over Division III Haverford Tuesday night.
Cisco's 6-of-8 shooting helped Columbia (2-0) shoot 55.6 percent (30 of 54) from the field, albeit only 17.6 percent (3 of 17) on 3-pointers.
Haverford stayed close early, but Columbia pulled away with a 20-0 run midway through the first half to take a 37-13 lead.
Haverford shot just 32.1 percent (18 of 56) from the field, and was 0 for 1 on free-throw attempts.
Brett Cohen led the Fords (0-1) with 17 points.
Florida guard Brandone Francis-Ramirez has decided to leave the team after two seasons.
Oklahoma basketball coach Lon Kruger has hired Carlin Hartman as an assistant.
Authorities say former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon and other crimes.