LEXINGTON, Va. -- Virginia Military Institute opened with a 43-8 run and went on to rout Shenandoah 110-54 Wednesday night in a nonconference mismatch.
The Keydets (5-7) had five players in double figures, led by Stan Okoye with 21 points. Tim Marshall scored 18 points, 15 on five 3-pointers. Rodney Glasgow added 11 points, and Dorian Albritton and Jarid Watson scored 10 apiece.
VMI's opening 43-8 spurt included a 29-1 run.
Shenandoah was outscored 52-0 in bench scoring. VMI had a 21-5 advantage in second-chance points and outscored Shenandoah 50-22 in the paint.
Virginia Military shot 57.1 percent from the floor (44 of 77), hitting 23 of 34 goal attempts in the first half (67.6 percent). The Keydets made 14 of 35 3-pointers.
Mike Krzyzewski says he has good reason to be excited for next season thanks to a combination of Duke's incoming freshmen and a core of experienced upperclassmen.
Georgia guard Juwan Parker has been awarded a medical redshirt, leaving him with two years of eligibility, after missing the 2015-16 season with a partially torn Achilles tendon.
Forward Trevon Bluiett has withdrawn from consideration from the NBA draft and will return to Xavier for his junior season.