Both teams shot similarly from the floor (47.7 percent for St. Andrews and 46.2 percent for Campbell) but Campbell grabbed six more offensive rebounds than the Knights for second-chance points.
Ryan and Oliver had three steals each, accounting for six of seven steals for the Fighting Camels (3-3). Oliver shot 60 percent from the field after coming off the bench.
St. Andrews trailed by three points at the half and was led by Aaron Smith with a game-high 19 points. The Knights managed to cut the deficit to two with 16:10 left in the game, but an 11-2 run followed for Campbell and stretched its lead to 11 points. St. Andrews was unable to get closer than three points for the rest of the matchup.
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