Derrick Walton scored 16 of his 21 points in the first half, and Michigan rolled to another easy win Saturday, 98-49 over visiting UMES. The Wolverines (9-3) jumped out to a 19-2 lead, and Michigan was shooting well over 80 percent — both overall and from 3-point range — after a layup by Zak Irvin made the score 35-13 with 7:33 remaining in the half. "They shot lights out," Hawks coach Bobby Collins said. "That's a good team. When they're hitting like that, I think they're going to beat a lot of teams." The Wolverines eventually fell off that torrid pace, but Michigan was still able to set a season high in scoring for the second consecutive game. The Wolverines beat Central Arkansas, 97-53, on Tuesday night. Bakari Copeland led UMES (1-10) with 15 points. "Throughout that whole game, I kept telling the guys, 'Let's go win this possession,' as if it were the game-winning possession in our conference," Collins said. "We didn't get the stops that I wish we would have gotten." The Hawks were coming off a weeklong break after a loss at Central Florida on Dec. 10; they'll play again Monday at American, part of a stretch of four games in six days.