DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Landon Clement scored 30 points, including seven 3-pointers, and North Carolina Central defeated Barber-Scotia 104-55 on Saturday.
The Eagles have scored more than 100 points three times this season, all against non-Division I opponents.
Four other players scored in double figures — Willis Ray added 19 points, Dominique Sutton had 14, Ebuka Anyaorah had 13 and Nick Chasten 10 — for the Eagles (2-3). Sutton also had 10 rebounds.
North Carolina Central shot 57.4 percent (39 of 68) from the field and tied a season-high with nine 3-pointers. The Eagles scored 33 points off 26 Barber-Scotia turnovers and outpointed the Sabers 22-8 on fast-break points. It was the most turnovers forced this year for the Eagles.
Barber-Scotia shot only 36.4 percent (20 of 55) from the field, and made 9 of 31 in the second half.
Tyrell Alston scored 14 points and Rodney Carney added 10 for Barber-Scotia (0-7).