RALEIGH — Torin Dorn scored 17 of his 22 points in the first half of North Carolina State’s 95-49 romp past visiting Maryland-Eastern Shore on Saturday afternoon at PNC Arena.

Jericole Hellems and DJ Funderburk, who shot 5-for-5 from the field, racked up 13 points apiece. N.C. State guard Braxton Beverly, less than a month after a broken hand disrupted his preseason, scored 12 points.

Beverly, who suffered a broken left hand during an October practice, made his season debut and took all 10 of his shots from 3-point range (making four of them). Beverly, who had his non-shooting hand bandaged, drained a 3-pointer on his first attempt.

All 10 players scored at least four points for the Wolfpack (2-0), which is playing its first six games at home.

N.C. State shot 56.5 percent (35-for-62) from the field and had a 47-24 rebounding advantage. Dorn, a senior guard, was 8-for-11 from the field.

N.C. State benefited from four Maryland-Eastern Shore turnovers in the first four minutes on the way to an 8-0 lead. It was 23-4 by the midway mark of the first half.

Nine N.C. State players had scored by the time the game was 12 minutes old. The score was 51-15 at halftime.

AJ Cheeseman posted 18 points and Ryan Andino had 14 points for the Hawks (0-2). In the first half, Maryland-Eastern Shore shot 24 percent from the field and committed 10 turnovers. It ended up with 15 turnovers.