NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University men's basketball returns to game action Tuesday vs. Lipscomb.
The Bruins, one of the nation's select teams to complete an undefeated November, dropped their first game of the season Saturday, a 100-92 decision at Green Bay. Belmont owned a +25 points in the paint advantage and committed only 12 turnovers in a high-possession game.
Senior All-America candidate Dylan Windler (Indianapolis, Ind.) led four Bruins in double figures with 31 points and 12 rebounds. In fact, all three of Windler's double-doubles this season have come in 30-point performances.
The Belmont-Lipscomb game features 12 players from the middle Tennessee area, six from each team. Belmont's area players are Michael Mayernick (CPA), Grayson Murphy (Independence), Caleb Hollander (Nashville Central Christian), Nick Hopkins (Fayetteville), Tate Pierson and Garrett Suedekum (Brentwood Academy).