COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 18 points and No. 5 Maryland never trailed in an 86-43 blowout of Central Connecticut State on Saturday.
Brionna Jones added 14 points for the Terrapins (8-0), who defeated No. 20 Syracuse on Wednesday and have three more games remaining against unranked opponents before facing No. 1 Connecticut on Dec. 28.
Five players scored in double figures for Maryland, which won its fifth game of the season by 40 or more points.
Emma Stroyan had nine points to lead Central Connecticut State (1-7), which lost its sixth straight and has scored more than 53 points only twice this season.
Walker-Kimbrough is among Maryland's most consistent scorers, contributing at least 16 points for a seventh time in eight contests.
She had 10 points during an opening quarter, helping the Terrapins to a 22-2 lead. CCSU went just 1 of 12 from the field and had seven turnovers.
The Blue Devils' Kiana Patterson hit a 40-foot runner at the buzzer to end the second, but Maryland still led 41-14 at halftime.
CCSU came with 53-32 late in the third on a 16-6 run, capped when Stroyan converted a three-point play and followed it with a jumper.
But Brene Moseley's jumper beat the buzzer to end the third for a 63-36 lead. The Terps allowed only seven points in a lopsided fourth quarter.
Maryland: The Terps had eight of their 14 offensive rebounds during the first quarter. . Forward Tierney Pfirman scored 10 points in her first start after four previous appearances off the bench. She missed Maryland's first three games with a hamstring strain.
Central Connecticut State: After scoring two points in first quarter and seven points in fourth, CCSU has failed to score in double digits in three quarters this season. The Blue Devils scored five first-quarter points in an 81-52 loss at Army. . They have no other games scheduled against opponents who are currently ranked.
Maryland: Hosts Loyola on Tuesday.
Central Connecticut State: Hosts Massachusetts on Saturday.