Winless and short-handed, Maryland-Eastern Shore couldn't keep up with one of the nation's top teams.
Point guard Cashmere Wright set a career high with six 3s, and Sean Kilpatrick scored 19 of his 23 points in the first half Saturday, keeping No. 11 Cincinnati unbeaten with a 92-60 victory over the Hawks.
The Bearcats (9-0) have opened the season with nine wins for the 10th time in school history. They also did it in during the 2010-11 season, winning their first 15 games.
Cincinnati dominated every aspect, including rebounds, where it had a 55-31 advantage.
''They killed us on the boards with their size, their strength, their athleticism,'' Maryland-Eastern Shore coach Frankie Allen said. ''We were playing really short-handed. We only had seven or eight guys available to even play.''
Kyree Jones led the Hawks (0-9) with 25 points. The Hawks shot 29.9 percent from the field.
The Hawks' front line was depleted by injuries, forcing Allen to play a guard at the power forward pos...