RADFORD, Va. -- Carlik Jones had 17 points with six rebounds and five assists to lead Radford to a 72-53 victory over Campbell on Thursday night to halt a three-game losing skid.
Travis Fields Jr added a career-high 13 points with five rebounds and three assists and Devonnte Holland chipped in 12 points for Radford (16-12, 9-6 Big South), which is two games behind league-leading Winthrop and UNC Asheville in the conference standings.
Radford came out smoking to start the game, running to a 25-4 lead with 11:46 left in the first half. The Highlanders took a 37-22 lead into intermission. The Camels closed to within 10 points in the final period but Radford answered and coasted to the win.
Radford shot 49 Percent (26-53) from the floor while holding the Camels to 17-of-46 shooting (37 percent).
Chris Clemons had 20 points to lead Campbell (14-13, 8-7), which has lost four of its last six games.
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