Just like last year, the Bruins will take on Central Florida in the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament at the Curb Event Center. Belmont earned its way back to the semis with a hard-fought 67-61 victory over Georgia State Thursday. The Bruins are right where they were March 5, 2004 —two wins away from the NCAA tournament—despite losing two of the program’s all-time players, Steve Drabyn and Adam Mark. It’s an accomplishment junior co-captain Brian Collins does not take lightly. Last year’s team fell short to UCF by two points in the semifinals. – Read the whole story online at NashvilleCityPaper.com. Also see coverage of last night’s win, which put Belmont’s men’s basketball team just two wins from the university’s first-ever trip to the NCAA tournament, in today’s Tennessean story.
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