FORT MYERS, Fla. -- — Dom London had 22 points as Florida Gulf Coast easily defeated Webber International 112-39 on Friday night.
Cyrus Largie had 14 points for Florida Gulf Coast (4-2). Franco Miller Jr. added 12 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds. Qwanzi Samuels had seven rebounds. Dakota Rivers had a career-high six blocks plus seven points.
It was the first time this season Florida Gulf Coast scored at least 100 points.
Kris Goettert had seven points for the Warriors.
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