For the second consecutive game, the Dukes fell behind early and climbed all the way back from a 41-17 halftime deficit to pull out the victory.
Sophomore Khaliq Ford scored a game-high 26 points for the Dukes. Freshmen Shaheed Black and Taj Berry-Ford combined for 30 second-half points. Black poured in all of his 19 points and Berry-Ford tallied 11 of his 13 after the break.
For an encore performance after putting together a 28-3 run in the second half to notch a 73-59 win over Bergen CC, the Dukes outscored the visiting Cougars 62-34 in the second half, giving the Dukes a 79-75 win.
The victory makes it 6 out of their last 7 and improves Cumberland's overall record to 11-7. The Dukes now sit at 9-6 in Region 19 play and will travel to Rowan College at Gloucester County on Thursday Night.