FARMVILLE, Va. -- MaCio Teague scored 20 points and Jonathan Baehre and Raekwon Miller each added another 19 as UNC Asheville posted a come-from-behind, 78-73 Big South Conference victory over Longwood Wednesday night.
The Bulldogs, who have won at least 15 games in a season a league-record 11 straight years, maintained their hold on first-place in conference with the win and extended their record for consecutive 10-win Big South Conference season to 10.
Longwood led by four at the half, 40-36, and extended its lead to 14 on Charles Glover's jumper with 15:58 left.
Ahmad Thomas scored at the basket to spark a 9-0 UNC Asheville run, and after JaShaun Smith hit a trey for Longwood, Teague answered with back-to-back 3s to make a two-point game with 12:24 remaining. Teague gave the Bulldogs the lead for good with a layup and Miller extended it with a 3-pointer with 6:45 left.
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