For now, they have relied heavily on Rawlinson, the team's leading scorer at 23.2 points, who played just 23 of the game's 40 minutes as Williams used his bench early and often.
Former Winfield point guard Cam Powell threaded the needle on a handful of assists and finished with seven, Floyd Campbell added 12 points and 11 rebounds and Kornilous Donnell chipped in with 10 points.
The Golden Bears had nine players score, including former Nitro and South Charleston point guard Eddie Gordon and former George Washington forward Joseph Saunders.
Tech forced 26 turnovers and had only 10 of its own. Tech also had 23 assists on 36 baskets, although the hosts were just 5-of-34 from 3-point range.
Yoshives Belizaire had 22 points for Maine Fort Kent, which was coming off a 102-52 loss to Point Park (Pa.) on Wednesday night.
Sean Doman added 13 and Curtis Bouchard 11 for the Bengals.
In Tech's first season in the USCAA, the Golden Bears are fifth in the conference's Top 25 rankings, and have 12 games remaining on their 2012-13 schedule.
Next for Tech is a 4 p.m. Saturday meeting at Salem International.
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