Presbyterian tops UC Davis 82-69
CLINTON, S.C. (AP)—Al’Lonzo Coleman scored 29 points to lead Presbyterian to an 82-69 win over UC Davis on Wednesday night.
Coleman made 9 of 13 field goals and 11 of 12 free throws for the Blue Hose (5-5), who extended their home winning streak to 14 games.
Presbyterian led 31-29 at halftime, but UC Davis (4-7) took the lead at 37-36 on a Vince Oliver layup with 16:33 remaining. The Blue Hose then scored the next five points and never trailed again.
UC Davis took the rebounding edge 32-28, but Presbyterian scored 24 points on turnovers compared to 10 for the Aggies. The Blue Hose also made 21 of 25 free throws (84 percent) while UC Davis was 14 of 25 from the line (56 percent).
Josh Johnson added 22 points for Presbyterian and Chase Holmes had 18.
Oliver led UC Davis with 19 points, followed by Mark Payne with 16 and Joe Harden with 14.
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