CLINTON, S.C. -- JaShaun Smith registered 16 points and four blocks as Longwood edged past Presbyterian 58-55 on Thursday night in its regular-season finale.
Longwood (14-17, 9-9 Big South) has sole possession of fourth place, securing the program's most conference wins since joining the league in 2012-13.
The Lancers leveled the season series against the Blue Hose. Presbyterian finishes out the regular season against Charleston Southern at home on Saturday.
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