A two-week break couldn't slow Alyssa Thomas and No. 8 Maryland.
Thomas had 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for her second triple double in three games and fourth of her career as the Terps beat Wofford, 110-53, on Saturday in the Terrapin Classic semifinals.
It was Maryland's highest point total since 2008 and largest margin of victory this season.
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The Terps (11-1) face College of Charleston (7-4), a 79-68 winner over Howard, in today's championship at 1:30 p.m.
"I thought we were really, really good," Maryland coach Brenda Frese said of her team, which had last played Dec. 14.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough tied a career high with 17 points and hit a career-high four 3-pointers in the Terps' ninth straight victory, the past three of which have come by an average of 54 points. Tierney Pfirman and Brene Moseley each added 14 points, a career high for the former and a season high for the latter.
Jordan Frazier scored 19 points for Wofford (2-9), which has lost the first five games of a seven-game stretch away from home.
Maryland shot 50 percent (9-for-18) from 3-point range and 62percent (41-for-66) from the floor. The Terps outrebounded the Terriers 46-25.
Walker-Kimbrough, a freshman, bested her 3-point career mark by halftime to help Maryland effectively ensure victory by the break.
Her first 3 came in an early 10-0 run that pushed the lead to 18-5. She hit two more in a 9-1 spurt that stretched it to 35-17; her last, off a kick-out feed from Moseley, made it 56-28 to cap a 12-0 half-ending run.
It was more of the same after halftime, with Thomas hitting an inside basket and assisting on a pair of transition layups as the Terps stretched the lead to 40 at 70-30.
The Terps later pushed it to 50 when Sequoia Austin's 3-pointer made it 85-35. Thomas got her 10th assist in the final two minutes.
The Terps were without freshman point guard Lexie Brown because of a death in the family. She will rejoin the team before today's game.
Towson 67, Loyola 46: The host Tigers (5-7) opened the second half on a 17-4 run and pulled away from the Greyhounds (3-8).
The win ended a two-game losing streak as three players scored in double figures, led by Dominique Johnson's 20 points.
"We're a team that's turning the corner right now. If we can continue this effort we'll be happy," Towson coach Niki Reid Geckeler said. "Our defensive effort was good."
The first half featured four ties and seven lead changes. Loyola scored 11 of the first 18 points. Freshman forward Brianna Bush made one of two from the foul line at 10:49 to start an 8-0 run by the Tigers.
During the run, senior guard Tanisha McTiller passed Angie Matthes (1,225 points) for fifth place on the career scoring list at Towson.
Virginia will host Princeton in today's championship at 2:30 p.m., and Coppin State and Alabama are in the consolation game at noon.