Wes Miller, UNCG end Campbell's season as Chris Clemons ends career as D-I No. 3 all-time scorer

While it took time for the Spartans to get rolling, the Greensboro Coliseum turned into a raucous setting for the NIT first-round game against Campbell. Coach 's UNCG squad, considered the last team out of the NCAA Tournament two days earlier, poured it on the Camels for an 84-69 victory, ending the glorious career of Campbell guard Chris Clemons. (Burlington Times News)

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