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Belmont All-Access: Dylan Windler Undercover

Belmont All-Access: Dylan Windler Undercover

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University men's basketball senior and 2019 All-America candidate Dylan Windler (Indianapolis, Ind.) is the subject of a Belmont All-Access feature video.

Windler, the only player in America last season to average at least 17.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists per game on 40 percent 3-point shooting, recently went undercover, hitting the streets of Nashville as freelance reporter Willie Dindler. The 6-7 wing player engaged tourists in Nashville's 12 South District, spotlighting Belmont's championship pedigree and tradition of sustained excellence.

The Indianapolis, Indiana native was a 2018 Mid-Major All-American and First Team All-OVC selection, and one of only three players in college basketball last season to post a 30 point-20 rebound game (Marvin Bagley, Jo Lual-Acuil).

The video was inspired by a popular profile of two-time All-American Evan Bradds ('17) - who ranks fourth all-time in college basketball history in field goal percentage (.667) and set Belmont's NCAA Division I era career scoring record (1,921 points) - who also toured Nashville undercover as Brad Evans.

Belmont University men's basketball has earned postseason 11 of the last 13 seasons, including seven automatic berths to the NCAA Tournament. The Bruins have won 16 conference championships since 2006 - third-most nationally over that span (Gonzaga, Kansas). Belmont is one of only six NCAA Division I programs outside the Power 5 to post Top 100 RPIs eight consecutive seasons (BYU, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's (CA), San Diego State, Wichita State). Belmont is one of only nine NCAA Division I programs to win 19 or more games 13 consecutive seasons (BYU, Duke, Gonzaga, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan State, North Carolina, San Diego State). Belmont University men's basketball boasts an NCAA-leading 16 CoSIDA Academic All-America selections since 2001 and is one of only three NCAA Division I programs to make the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) Honor Roll every year of existence.