The text messages have gone back and forth from Knights Hall to Pauley Pavilion for two years.
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The setback ended the Knights' historic first NCAA Division I season at 14-8.
Coach Scott Davenport has promised his players to try to make next year’s experience bigger and better.
The Knights have a quick turnaround. They will face Pepperdine at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Bellarmine will face Army next Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the 8-team CBI in Daytona Beach, Fla.
In the postgame locker room, there was no moral victory coach Scott Davenport could discuss. No “what a great run we had.” It wasn’t the time or place for perspective.
It was a small gesture and probably was lost on most of the ESPNU audience who watched during Bellarmine’s ASUN regular season championship game against Liberty in Freedom Hall last Sunday.
Fortunately, Doug Davenport and Beau Braden get along well.
When they needed 3-pointers the most, the Knights couldn’t find them.
In its first year as an NCAA Division I program, the Knights had to get used to not only new competition, but a new home court.