CLINTON, S.C. -- Chris Clemons and Andrew Eudy combined to score 50 points to help power Campbell to its second straight Big South Conference victory, an 83-79 win at Presbyterian on Tuesday night to get to .500.
After opening conference play with losses to UNC Asheville and Gardner-Webb, the Camels beat defending champion Winthrop Saturday.
Shane Whitfield hit two free throws and followed it up with a jumper that put the Camels (8-8, 2-2) in the lead, 78-77 with 1:30 left. Marcus Burk hit a 3 in the final minute and Clemons hit two free throws with :04 left to put the game away.
Clemons, who put up 33 points against Winthrop, hit 8 of 13 shots from the field and 10 of 11 from the line to post 28 points against the Blue Hose. Eudy finished with 22 points.
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