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Topic - Martin Smith
Josh Williams scored 23 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds as Lipscomb held off Stetson 83-76 on Saturday.
Martin Smith and J.C. Hampton pumped in 21 points each as Lipscomb overwhelmed Florida Gulf Coast with hot 3-point shooting in a 92-71 upset win Thursday night.
Martin Smith swished a rare 3-pointer in the final 35 seconds and J.C. Hampton hit 3 of 4 from the line as Lipscomb held off Northern Kentucky 70-66 on Friday night.
Ford's continually evolving global kinetic design philosophy is well-suited to the next generation of compact sport utility vehicles as envisioned by the Ford Vertrek concept unveiled recently at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.
"The building blocks of kinetic design — defining the stance and how the body is set over the wheels; strong and precisely executed surfacing; the dynamic, expressive lines and creating a sleeker aerodynamic profile — are all very much in line with what we believe customers want in future compact SUVs," said Martin Smith, Ford executive design director.
"Based on the reception of the Fiesta and all-new Focus models, customers are excited by our new global design strategy," said Smith. "So it makes absolute sense to offer kinetic design in our next generation of compact utility vehicles as well."