COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Bianca Cuevas-Moore scored 12 points on four 3-pointers, Alexis Jennings sank all five of her shots for 10 points and No. 22 South Carolina beat Appalachian State 80-50 on Wednesday night.
The Gamecocks hit six 3-pointers in the first quarter for a 27-15 lead, and made six more 3s by the intermission for a 26-point lead. Doniyah Cliney and Te'a Cooper each made three 3-pointers in the half as South Carolina was 12 of 18 from distance and shot 65 percent from the field.
All 13 players for South Carolina (5-4) scored, with the five starters scoring at least eight. The Gamecocks finished 14 of 28 from distance for the second-most 3-pointers in the Dawn Staley era.
Tyasha Harris had seven of South Carolina's 20 assists.
Lainey Gosnell and Madi Story each scored 11 points for Appalachian State (5-4), which was outrebounded 47-27 and outscored 28-16 in the paint.
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