CLINTON, S.C. -- Carlik Jones had 20 points as Radford won its seventh straight game, beating Presbyterian 75-64 on Saturday in a battle of two of the three teams with perfect Big South Conference records.
Donald Hicks hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points, matching his career high, and grabbed seven rebounds for the Highlanders(10-7, 5-0). Travis Fields, Jr. added 11 points.
Presbyterian, trailing 35-29 at the half, opened the second half with a 9-2 run to grab the lead. Hicks answered the a 3-pointer and then Jones had a three-point play and the Highlanders went up for good.
Radford made 8 of 9 shots inside the final eight minutes to take a 73-59 lead. The Highlanders ended up shooting 54%.
Radford faces Winthrop, also 5-0 in league, at home on Monday.
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