Kentucky improved to 23-0 in the Mitchell era when scoring 90 or more points.
UK has scored 90+ points in three straight games.
It marks the first time since the 1990-91 season UK has netted 90 or more points in three straight games when the Cats opened the season with wins over Kent State (114-83), Duquesne (101-56), Northern Kentucky (97-79) and Ohio State (107-73).
The Wildcats shot 32-of-76 (42.1%) from the field.
UK converted on 8-of-22 (36.4%) from beyond the arc, while holding the Chippewas to just 26.3 percent (5-of-19) from 3-point range.
All 12 Wildcats in uniform saw action.
Six UK players scored in double figures, marking back-to-back games that the Wildcats have finished with six players in double-figures.
Five Wildcats had at least two steals.
Kentucky forced 28 Central Michigan turnovers with 16 of them steals.
The Wildcats turned the ball over a season-high 25 times.
Kentucky dished out 21 assists, marking the third straight game UK has finished with 20 or more assists.
It is the first time in the Mitchell era in which the Wildcats have had three consecutive games with 20 or more helpers.
It marks the first time since the 1989-90 season that UK has dished out 20 or more assists in three consecutive games - vs. Stetson (24), Dayton (24) and Cincinnati (24).
The Wildcats outrebounded Central Michigan 55-36. The 55 rebounds are a season high, while the +19 rebounding margin is also a season best.
It's the most rebounds since UK grabbed 57 last season at Ole Miss (2/278/13).
Senior DeNesha Stallworth scored a season-high 21 points, marking her 30th double-figure scoring game in a Wildcat uniform.
Stallworth has recorded double-digit scoring outputs in three consecutive games.
Stallworth also finished with career highs in free throws made (9) and attempted (10).
Sophomore Janee Thompson registered career highs in minutes played (28), points (17), field goals attempted (12) and steals (6), while tying her career high in rebounds (4).
Bernisha Pinkett was the last UK player to record six steals when she did it vs. Auburn on Jan. 20, 2013.
Senior Samarie Walker notched her first double-double of the season and 12th of her career with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Walker extended her streak of consecutive games with at least one steal to 23.