Maryland forward Shatori Walker-Kimbrough got off to another fast start, this time against visiting Central Connecticut State.
Walker-Kimbrough scored 10 of her 18 points in a dominant first quarter, helping the No. 5 Terrapins to an 86-43 blowout on Saturday.
Brionna Jones added 14 points for undefeated Maryland (8-0), which stopped No. 20 Syracuse on Wednesday after another strong first quarter from Walker-Kimbrough.
She has scored at least nine first-quarter points for Maryland five times this season, a big reason it has rarely shown a hint of vulnerability against overmatched opponents. The junior also scored at least 16 points seven times. She...