MACON, Ga. -- Ross Cummings had a career-high 37 points as Mercer narrowly defeated Chattanooga 74-69 on Saturday.
Jerry Johnson Jr. had 17 points for the Mocs (12-17, 7-9). David Jean-Baptiste added 15 points.
Donovann Toatley, who was second on the Mocs in scoring coming into the matchup with 12 points per game, shot only 14 percent for the game (1 of 7).
The Bears evened the season series against the Mocs with the win. Chattanooga defeated Mercer 73-70 on Jan. 17. Mercer plays VMI on the road on Thursday. Chattanooga faces Wofford at home on Thursday.
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