WASHINGTON (AP) _ Carisse Moody scored 15 points, and N.C. State forced 27 turnovers Thursday night as the No. 12 Wolfpack beat George Washington 70-48, the Colonials' worst home loss in more than a decade.

George Washington had won 24 straight home games, the fifth-longest streak in the nation, and hadn't been beaten at home so soundly since a 76-48 loss against St. Joseph's on Jan. 17, 1990.

The Wolfpack, whose 48 points allowed per game was second in the nation entering the game, allowed only one field goal during a 13:38 span in the first half. N.C. State built a 28-13 lead with a 17-4 run capped by a pair of free throws and a fast-break layup by Adeola Olanrewaju.

Tynesha Lewis and Talisha Scates added 12 points apiece for N.C. State (9-1), which has won eight straight games.

Coach Kay Yow got her 598th victory; only four women's coaches have reached 600.

Ugo Oha scored 11 points and blocked four shots for George Washington (6-5), which fell to 0-4 against Top 25 teams this season. The Colonials' last loss at the Smith Center was Jan. 10, 1999, to Virginia Tech.

George Washington had more turnovers (20) than shots (19), rebounds (13) or points (17) in the first half. The Colonials trailed 30-17 at halftime and never got within 10 points in the second half.

GW's Erica Lawrence finished with eight turnovers, while Kristeena Alexander had seven. Monica Bates had three steals for the Wolfpack.