Jamir Coleman added 11 points as the Blue Devils made 12 of 20 from 3-point range and shot 34 of 61 (55.7%) from the field. A total of 14 players scored for the Blue Devils (1-12), winners for the first time this season.
Central Connecticut led 41-33 at halftime but pulled away in the first 10 minutes of the second half outscoring the Camels 28-8.
Ben Mcpherron led the Camels with 13 points, Jack Zimmerman scored 12 and Patrick Lazor 10.
The win snapped an 18-game losing streak that started on Feb. 14. Prior to Sunday, Central Connecticut's last win came on Feb. 9; a 77-68 road win over Robert Morris.
Central Connecticut begins Northeast Conference action on Thursday when it hosts Robert Morris.
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