The Blue Hose (2-19) have played just two home games in their first year in Division I and have won both of them.
Presbyterian is in the midst of four games in five days and avenged a 63-58 loss at Army on Nov. 24. The team just wrapped up an 11-game road swing and was playing at home for the first time in more than five weeks.
The Blue Hose made 19 of their 28 free throws, while the Black Knights (7-7) were just 5-of-7 from the foul line. Presbyterian made seven of its 19 3-pointers, while Army was 2-of-13 behind the arc.
Presbyterian had 36 rebounds -- 11 more than Army.
Bryan Bostic scored 12 points for the Blue Hose.
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