RADFORD, Va. -- Javonte Green scored 27 points and tied a career-high with 13 rebounds and Radford snapped a three-game losing streak, beating Presbyterian 76-65 Saturday in Big South Conference play.
Radford (11-14, 5-6) opened the game on a 10-0 run and stretched that lead to as much as 17 three times before taking a 40-29 advantage into the break.
Presbyterian (6-19, 3-8) rallied to tie the game 45-all with 12:29 left to play, but two Anderson free throws sparked a 15-5 run for the Highlanders over the next 7 minutes. Green capped the run with a layup as Radford led 60-50 with 5:35 remaining.
Radford outrebounded the Blue Hose 40-31 and scored 13 second-chance points.
Eric Washington led Presbyterian with 17 points and seven assists.
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