From No. 7 seed to Big South Tournament runner-up, the Fighting Camels won three tournament games in the span of four days, bringing excitement back to the 🐪 basketball program.
Here's the entire 51-point effort, bumping his average up to 3rd overall in the country, now scoring 24.5 points per game this season.
The upstart Camels then prepared for a Friday night showdown against No. 6 seed Radford as the winner earned a berth into the BSC Finals.
Thanks to a balanced scoring effort and more Chris Clemons excellence, the Fighting Camels improved to 5-0 all-time in Big South Conference Semifinals.
Following Friday night's antics, which reached over 100,000 viewers, the Cinderella Camels were right in the middle of the national discussion.
After Saturday's shoot around, the Fighting Camels had one final night to prepare for the biggest game of the season - an opportunity to shock the NCAA world and reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1992.