Morgan Jones hit her first three shots and scored 19 points as the No. 16-ranked Florida State women dominated early to defeat Milwaukee 79-42
Ten players scored for Florida State (2-0) with River Baldwin and Makayla Timpson each adding 12 points and Bianca Jackson 10 with six assists.
The Seminoles led 21-9 after a quarter and shot 59% from the field (34-58) for the game.
Jones finished with 9-of-12 shooting and blocked three shots. Baldwin was 6-for-8 shooting from the floor and grabbed six rebounds. FSU dominated the paint, outscoring the Panthers 44-10 inside and controlled rebounds 42-30.
The Seminoles led wire-to-wire and scored 23 fast-break points, using their control of the glass to set the pace.
Sydney Staver scored 13 and Megan Walstad 10 points for Milwaukee (0-3).
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