CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Ya Ya Anderson scored 13 points to lead four double-figure scorers as Radford defeated The Citadel 74-61 on Saturday.
Radford built a 40-18 lead at the 4:05 mark of the first half. The Highlanders had 15 offensive rebounds, leading to a 13-0 advantage in second-chance points in the half, and forced 15 turnovers that led to a 23-2 edge in points off turnovers.
From the Highlanders' 49-31 advantage on Anderson's layup 6:02 into the second half, the Bulldogs closed to 49-43 on two free throws by Harris, but Price and Noreen made layups, and the Highlanders pulled away.
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