Taevaunn Prince came off the bench to lead five double-figure scorers on Saturday night as South Dakota State rolled to an 85-58 over the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
South Dakota State (15-5, 7-1 Summit Conference) dominated from start to finish.
South Dakota State outscored UMKC (7-13, 1-7) by 10 points in the paint, by 7 off turnovers, by 7 on second chances and by 13 off the bench. It also had a 41-23 rebounding advantage.
Prince scored 16 points and hit all eight of his free-throw attempts. Jordan Dykstra and Nate Wolters each scored 15 points, Chad White had 13 and Griffan Callahan had 11.
Thomas Staton and Reggie Chamberlain each scored 11 for UMKC.