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Stats at a GlanceLIPBEL
FG Percentage.483 (29-60) .593 (35-59)
3P FG Percentage.345 (10-29) .516 (16-31)
FT Percentage.700 (21-30) .792 (19-24)
Offensive Rebounds89
Defensive Rebounds1726
Total Rebounds2535
Bench Points2233
PointsWILLIAMS - 20
ReboundsMORAN - 6
AssistsMORAN - 4
LUKE - 8
StealsMORAN - 3
BlocksMILLER - 1
Tuesday night "Battle" on tap for men's basketball
Monday, November 30, 2015
Tuesday night

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Lipscomb men's baksetball team continues road action on Tuesday night with a 7 p.m. contest at rival Belmont at the Curb Event Center.

It marks the 137th meeting between the two closest Division I rivals in all of college basketball. Lipscomb holds a 73-63 edge in the series all-time. The Bruins own a 16-9 advantage in the NCAA era of the rivalry since 2004.

Coverage of the contest will be provided on the Ohio Valley Conference Digital Network.

Inside the Herd

  • Junior guard Josh Williams became the 45th member of the Lipscomb 1,000-point club on Friday with a 21-point effort at South Carolina. Williams reached the mark in 68 career games becoming the fastest player in the NCAA Division I era for the Bisons to reach the mark.
  • Williams is one of 30 players named to the Lou Henson Award preseason watch list and the preseason All-American team. The award goes to the top mid-major player in the nation annually.
  • Williams was also a unanimous selection to the Atlantic Sun Conference preseason squad after being named a first-team all-conference selection in 2014-15.
  • Junior J.C. Hampton earned all-tournament honors in the Men Against Breast Cancer Challenge in Oxford, Ohio. Hampton averaged 14 points per game to go along with a 4.0 rebound-per-game average.
  • The Bisons have been spreading the ball around so far in 2015-16 ranking sixth in the nation with 141 assists. Sophomore Nathan Moran ranks 12th in the nation with 43 helpers through eight games.
  • Lipscomb sits second in the nation in 3-point field goals with 86 trifectas through eight games. The Bisons 10.8 3-point field goals per game ranks eighth in the nation.
  • The Bisons opened the season with a whirlwind playing seven games in the first 10 games of the campaign. After opening action at the Cable Car Classic, Lipscomb returned home to host Oakland City before hitting the road to Oxford, Ohio for the Men Against Breast Cancer Challenge hosted by Miami (Ohio).