Isaac Sosa hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 points, while Marcus Jordan had 15 points and a highlight-worthy dunk in traffic as Central Florida defeated Stetson 85-58 Tuesday night.
Sosa had just six 3-pointers in UCF's first three games, but made five in the first half against a Stetson zone defense that gave Wake Forest trouble 11 days ago.
Keith Clanton added 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Knights (4-0).
Jordan, the son of NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, struggled with his jump shot. But late in the second half, he stole an inbound pass and dunked over two Stetson players to ignite the crowd of 4,249.
Jordan, who entered as UCF's leading scorer at 17 points a game, was whistled for a technical foul following the dunk for playfully saluting the crowd.
Stetson (1-2) got 14 points each from Ridge Graham and Luis Jacobo.