West Virginia hit just eight of 31 three-point tries, though it didn't matter score-wise. WVU outclassed Pan American athletically and utilized quick breakaways for runs of 17, 14 and 13 straight points in a game more lopsided than the score.
The Mountaineers scored 58 of their points in transition or inside. It was a remarkable contrast for an offense relying on outside threats that were quiet early.
D'or Fischer added 16 points and 10 rebounds in a double-double effort, but many of the boards were off missed outside shots.
Sally scored nine straight points in one series that pushed the Mountaineer lead to 50. Frank Young's three-pointer with 3:45 left gave WVU its largest lead of the game, 95-35.
West Virginia ran some pressure man-defense, and when that and even base sets overwhelmed Pan American, head coach John Beilein pulled back the intensity. WVU forced 27 turnovers on a club that lost to a D-III college.
Gerson Hernandez led Pan American (0-7, 0-6 D-I) with 20 points. Roberto Valle scored all his 12 points in the second half.
The Mountaineers had a 53-30 edge in rebounds. Pan American managed just 11 assists to 27 turnovers, many self-inflicted.
WVU opens its season Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at home against St. Peter's.