Tennmartin 21 36 57
Bradley 27 53 80
Date of game: 11/24/2012

Recap: Bradley vs. Tenn-Martin

Peoria, IL (Sports Network) - Walt Lemon scored 15 points to lead five players in double figures for Bradley as the Braves toppled the Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks 80-57 at Carver Arena.

Also in double figures for Bradley (4-1) were Jake Eastman (14 points), Will Egolf (13), Jalen Crawford (12) and Dyricus Simms-Edward (11).

Myles Taylor scored 17 points and was a rebound shy of a double-double for Tennessee-Martin (2-4). Off the bench Mike Liabo added 15 points and Justin Childs tacked on 12 more.

Despite shooting just 35.5 percent from the floor in the first half, Bradley led 27-21 at the break. Tennessee-Martin had only seven first half field goals.

The Braves improved to 48.3 percent shooting in the second half and benefited from a 20-8 edge on points from the free throw line.

Bradley won the battle of the boards with 45 rebounds to the Skyhawks' 35. The Braves also outscored Tennessee-Martin 35-20 on points in the paint.

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