The Demons (15-12) got a career-high 19 points from William Mosley, who had 12 rebounds for a double-double. Mosley’s four blocked shots give him 447 for his career, seventh-most in NCAA Division I history. He passed Ken Johnson of Ohio State, who ended his career in 2001 with 444.
Mosley, a 39 percent career foul shooter, was repeatedly fouled intentionally by Campbell (17-12). He was 5 for 20 from the line. The Demons attempted a school-record 53 foul shots, hitting 33.
Davis was 13 for 14 from the stripe, enabling Northwestern State to outscore Campbell at the line. The Camels were 27 for 40.
Northwestern State forced Campbell into its second-worst shooting performance this season (26 of 66, 39.4 percent). Eric Griffin had a 15-point, 15-rebound performance. Darren White and Andrew Ryan added 15 apiece.
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