Iowa improved to .500 in conference play with a blowout win over Maryland Thursday evening. On the backs of an epic shooting performance from Jordan Bohannon and a pair of 30-point outings from Bohannon and Keegan Murray, the Hawkeyes steam-rolled the Terrapins, 110-87.

The Hawkeyes found their footing early on the road and built a 16-point lead heading into halftime. Bohannon started his shooting barrage early and often and never let up vs. the Terrapins.

Bohannon kept things going in the second half, racking up 3-pointers at a remarkable rate. When Iowa finally pulled its starters, Bohannon finished with a single-game school record of 10 made 3-pointers. He finished the night 10-for-16 from 3-point range with 30 points and 5 assists.

Bohannon tied for the game-high in scoring as Keegan Murray also poured in 30 points for the Hawkeyes. Murray finished 12-for-14 from the floor with 7 rebounds, an assist, and 2 blocks.

As a team, Iowa shot 60% from the floor and made 19 field goals from 3-point range.