December 04, 20181st2nd3rd4thFinal
LIPSCOMB810141143
BELMONT2121231883
Stats at a GlanceLIPBEL
FG Percentage.236 (13-55) .478 (32-67)
3P FG Percentage.200 (7-35) .378 (17-45)
FT Percentage.909 (10-11) .333 (2-6)
Offensive Rebounds616
Defensive Rebounds2133
Total Rebounds2749
Turnovers1918
Steals106
Bench Points233
LeadersLIPBEL
PointsDEASON - 11
CHINN - 15
HARMEYER - 15
ReboundsSHORT - 5
DEASON - 5
LULY - 9
ROY - 9
AssistsRAU - 4
ROY - 6
StealsRAU - 3
HAMMAKER - 3
SMITH - 2
BlocksSIMPSON - 1
KINNEY - 1
CHINN - 1
Women's hoops set for 'Battle' at Belmont
Monday, December 3, 2018
By Logan Butts
Women's hoops set for 'Battle' at Belmont

NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb women’s basketball team will close out a four-game road stretch on Tuesday night with a short trip down the road to take on Belmont in the Battle of the Boulevard.   

The Lady Bisons (2-5) and the Bruins (4-3) are set to tip off at 5 p.m. at the Curb Event Center as part of a doubleheader, with the men’s game tipping at 7 p.m.

Live stats and live streaming will be available at the links provided.

 

SCOUTING THE BRUINS:

  • This is the 75th time the Battle of the Boulevard has taken place, with the Bruins holding a 46-28 series lead. Last season, Lipscomb fell 91-59 at home.
  • Belmont enters the matchup on a two-game losing streak, after losing to Toledo at home and Clemson by three on the road.
  • The Bruins had won four consecutive games before dropping their two most recent outings.
  • Darby Maggard paces the team with 14.6 points per game.

 

 

HERD NOTES:

  • Lipscomb enters on a four-game losing streak after having fallen to Austin Peay 70-58 on Thursday.
  • In a 62-58 win over Alabama A&M, redshirt-sophomore Emily Kmec made her season debut with a team-high 17 points on 5-13 shooting from three-point range.
  • Lipscomb split their season-opening weekend, defeating Tennessee State 64-62 in the home opener and falling to Clemson 68-26 in the road opener.
  • Four Lady Bisons scored in double-figures in the win over TSU, including Jane Deason (a team-high 17), Kailey Rosenbaum (13), and Keely Morrow (13), who were all freshmen making their Lady Bisons debut. Junior Lauren Rau scored the game-winning bucket in the final seconds. It was her first basket of the night. Freshmen provided 52 points in Lipscomb’s 64 points in the win.
  • Sophomore Taylor Clark has scored in double-figures in every game she has played so far this season.
  • Anna Hammaker led Lipscomb with a season-high 17 points in a 97-61 loss at Murray State. Hammaker sat out last season after transferring in from the Big 12’s Kansas State.
  • The Lady Bisons will face eight Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) opponents this season. Of the four matchups that have already taken place, Lipscomb is 1-3.