JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Aaron Bodager scored 18 points and four others reached double figure-scoring as North Florida defeated NAIA Webber International 109-64 Thursday night. The 109 points are a Division-I record for North Florida.
Sean Jowers (18 points) and Carlos Holey (10) sparked the Warriors (1-5) early, scoring eight each in the first half. The Ospreys opened the game in a Chris Davenport dunk and sped out 8-1. Webber International scrapped back as Jowers and Holey combined for three 3-pointers to tie at 18-18. But then came a nearly 13-minutes stretch of missed shots and turnovers while North Florida surged ahead 51-30 at halftime.
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