Miller had his career high with 17 points. Bree Fabbie/Belmont Vision
The Belmont men’s basketball team had their second home game Tuesday Night against Berry College.
A 93-59 victory was just what the Bruins were looking for after losing to Furman Friday night.
The win against Berry gave head coach Casey Alexander his 100th victory at Belmont.
Relive a great night of Bruin basketball through the lens of the Vision’s Bree Fabbie.
Freshman Win Miller scored a career-high 17 points.
Sophomore Jake Dykstra was having a night from the 3-point line, and Berry was giving him time to shoot.
Always look for the open player.
Graduate student Jayce Willingham gave the crowd a show for 27 minutes as he fought for the ball.
With players constantly rotating, the Bruins were able to showcase new talent and keep the energy high.
The Bruins refused to lose the lead, fighting through contact.
Berry sent Belmont to the free-throw line quite a bit, allowing the Bruins to show their composure.
Confidence is key.
The Bruins were a force to be reckoned with on offense and defense.
Sophomore Kyler Vanderjagt ended the game with five steals and eight points.
Even when everyone's watching.
Sophomore Ja’Kobi Gillespie was quick on the attack but always made sure to get back on defense.
The Belmont MOB showed up and showed out in neon for this Tuesday night game.
Who wouldn’t want a free Belmont t-shirt?
And as always Bruiser kept the crowd going the whole game.
The game is better when you're dancing.
An exceptional night of basketball that will hopefully carry over to Friday when the Bruins play at the No. 3 ranked University of Arizona.
One basket, one steal, and one breakaway at a time.
Taking it all in.
This article was written by Bree Fabbie. Photos by Bree Fabbie.