Central Arkansas guard Camren Hunter reaches for the ball during the Bears’ win over the Queens Royals on Thursday in Charlotte, N.C..

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A three-point barrage paired with a defensive stop in the final seconds carried the University of Central Arkansas Bears to a hard-fought and satisfying 92-91 victory over the Queens Royals on Thursday night in their first meeting at Curry Arena.

The Bears earned their first ASUN Conference win of the season by knocking down a season-high 15 three-pointers and getting a career-high 33 points from sophomore guard Camren Hunter. Hunter and company then held the Royals scoreless over the final 20 seconds, with UCA’s lone senior Eddy Kayouloud pulling down Queens’ missed shot at the buzzer.

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