FAYETTEVILLE (ArkansasRazorbacks.com) - Freshman Moses Kinglsey recorded his first double-double as the Razorbacks dismantled the UT Martin Skyhawks 102-56.
A well balanced attack saw five Razorbacks in double figures, with the team shooting 61 percent from the floor and almost 50 percent from three Thursday night. Senior Coty Clarke matched his season high 15 points and added nine rebounds, just shy of a double-double. Freshman Bobby Portis also added 15 points and nine rebounds, his sixth consecutive double figure game.
Kingsley notched career high numbers with 12 points and 11 rebounds, the first career double-double for the freshman big man. A force under the basket, he added three blocked shots in his 20 minutes and leads the team with 18 so far this season.
Michael Qualls and Rashad Madden added 11 points a piece, with all of Qualls's 11 coming in the second half (4-5).
Eleven Razorbacks contributed to the century effort, with 41 points coming from the bench.
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