Nov. 28, 2007
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Brandis Raley-Ross had a career-high six of South Carolina's school record 16 3-pointers as the Gamecocks beat Campbell 92-52 on Wednesday night.
Raley-Ross finished with a career-high 20 points on 6-of-7 3-pointers. The sophomore had made 10 of his 16 shots from behind the arc coming into the game.
South Carolina (4-3) made nine 3-pointers and just eight two-point baskets in the first half to lead 45-25 at the break. The Gamecocks used a 16-2 run at the end of the half to take command.
South Carolina outscored Campbell 9-2 to start the second half, with Zam Fredrick, who had 15 points, hitting a second-chance 3-pointer to go up 54-27.
The Gamecocks' old record was 15 3-pointers against Cincinnati in 1997. The record 3-pointer was hit by walk-on Robert Wilder with 29.7 seconds left.
South Carolina has now beaten the Camels (2-4) six times in seven games.
Devan Downey added 20 points for the Gamecocks, who shot a season-high 54 percent from the floor.
Campbell shot just 37.5 percent and committed 21 turnovers.
Reggie Bishop scored 15 points and Jonathan Rodriguez added 12 points and seven rebounds for the Camels.
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