Rodriguez, Taylor lead Campbell past Stetson 65-47
DELAND, Fla. (AP)—Jonathan Rodriguez scored 24 points and Miles Taylor had a double-double to lead Campbell to a 65-47 win over Stetson on Thursday night.
Taylor finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for his first double-double of the season for the Camels (13-9, 8-5 Atlantic Sun Conference). Rodriguez, Campbell’s all-time leading scorer, went 9-for-9 from the free throw line.
Stetson played without its leading scorer, senior guard A.J. Smith, who was sidelined with an ankle injury. Freshmen guards Joel Narburgs scored 13 points and Tyshawn Patterson added 11.
The Hatters (5-17, 3-11), who lost their fifth straight, shot 32 percent (16 of 50) from the floor.
Campbell dominated inside, outscoring Stetson 40-14 in the paint.
Stetson cut the Camels’ lead to 51-43 after Patterson’s free throw with 6:38 to play. But Campbell reeled off 10 unanswered points to seal the victory.
- Rodriguez, Taylor lead Campbell past Stetson 65-47
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