The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team hosts former Big South foe VMI on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at the Templeton Center.  Tip-off is slated for 7 p.m., and can be viewed live on the Big South Network at www.BigSouthSports.com

Series Record against VMI

VMI (4-8)
1/14/57, 87-94, L, A
1/12/09, 75-80, L, A
2/16/09, 63-57, W, H
1/9/10, 89-75, W(ot), H
2/4/10, 78-97, L, A
12/4/10, 92-78, W, A
2/24/11, 74-80, L, H
12/31/11, 70-78, L(ot), A
2/9/12, 94-74, W, H
1/5/13, 77-86, L, H
1/31/14, 93-107, L, A
11/24/15, 61-76, L, A

Notes:

- PC hosts a VMI team that is 1-2 on the year with losses to Richmond and Virginia Tech … The Keydets are 8-4 in the overall series against PC and have won the last three contests, the last a 76-61 decision in Lexington, early last season …

- PC is 1-2 and coming off 59-89 loss at CAA foe William & Mary Nov. 19 … Jo'Vontae Millner led the way for PC with 15 points and six rebounds … Ed Drew added a season-high 10 points and five rebounds on the night … The Blue Hose totaled a season-high 14 assists in the loss and tied their season-high with six made three-pointers …

- PC finished the game against William & Mary six-of-13 (46.2 percent) from behind the three-point line, its best mark of the season … It is the team’s highest three-point percentage since going 7-of-15 (46.7 percent) against High Point on February 27 last season …

- Three Blue Hose are averaging in double-figures or close to double-figures after three games, with Jo’Vontae Millner leading with 13.7 ppg, followed by J.C. Younger and Davon Bell with 9.7 a piece … Millner is also tops on the boards with 6.3 rebounds per game …

- The Blue Hose dropped a 42-61 decision at UNCG in their second game of the season … Pacing the team, which shot 33.3% from the field, and held the Spartans to 32.8, was Davon Bell with nine points … It marked the first time in his career he has led the Blue Hose in scoring … Jo’Vontae Millner pulled down a team-high six rebounds, along with Ed Drew … After scoring just 15 points in the first half, PC nearly doubled that in the second with 27 …

- PC earned its first win over Furman in three tries, with a 73-71 decision in the season opener for both teams Friday, Nov. 11 ... Reggie Dillard scored the go-ahead basket with three seconds remaining and the Blue Hose hung on as Furman’s game-tying shot bounced off the rim as time expired, giving the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team the dramatic win ...

- The win over Furman marked the first time since 2011 that PC has won its season-opener, and just the second time since moving to Division I ... Keep in mind, PC has played just two opening games at home - Furman this season and Montreat in 2011, both wins - The remaining road games have included Furman (2015) Duke twice (2014/2008), Georgia Tech (2013), Clemson twice (2012/2009), Vanderbilt (2010), and Nebraska (2007) …

- Davon Bell has started all three games, scoring double-digits for the first time against Furman with 14 points … He averaged 2.7 points and 15.5 minutes per game last season but is posting 9.7 points a game and averaging 26.7 minutes …

- The freshmen combination of Jo'Vontae Millner and J.C. Younger are making an impact early in the season … Millner leads the team in scoring and rebounding with 13.3 ppg and 6.3 rpg … Younger is second in both with 9.7 ppg and 5.0 rpg …

- J.C. Younger earned Big South Freshman-of-the-Week honors this past week, based off his 15-point performance against Furman …

- Despite losing 47.9% of their total scoring from last season, the 73 points scored by the Blue Hose against Furman was more than all but six games last season and within two points of two of those ... The 73 points during the 2015-16 season would have beaten 14 teams and tied four others.