In the Music City All-Stars game right here at the Curb Event Center, Belmont’s five seniors, Shane Dansby, Andy Wicke, Alex Renfreo, Henry Harris, and Matthew Dotson, who have been the part of three different NCAA tourney-bound teams took the court for the last time.
Kennesaw State pitcher, Chad Jenkins, is considered a top fifty draft prospect by most, and after seeing him face Belmont, its easy to see why in this second game of a double-header.
Five Belmont Seniors Headline at the 2nd Music City All-Star Classic
Think you have missed your last chance to see Alex Renfroe flash across the court, or to watch Andy Wicke sink it from downtown? Luckily for us, Shane Dansby, Matthew Dotson, Henry Harris, Alex Renfroe, and Andy Wicke will play one final time in the Curb Event Center, Saturday, April 18 at 6 p.m.
Aside from a chance to see Belmont seniors in their final college game, those who come will also have the chance to see Belmont play along side and against college basketball stars from across the state. Three ETSU players, including Kevin Tiggs, will be playing on the other side of the ball against the five Bruins who haven’t seen Tiggs and company since they broke their ten game winning streak in the A-Sun Confrence tournament and kept them out of the big dance.
A slam-dunk and three-point shooting contest will round out the night. Ticketmaster will be selling adult tickets to the event for $10. Students can get theirs for half that.
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