Vanderbilt-Cornell postgame notes

Dec. 17, 2012

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Vanderbilt 66, Cornell 55
December 17, 2012
Memorial Gym 

Starters: Rod Odom, Kedren Johnson, Kevin Bright, Kyle Fuller and Josh Henderson.

 -       The win makes Vanderbilt 3-0 all-time versus Cornell. Head Coach Kevin Stallings is 1-0 all-time versus the Big Red. Stallings is now 266-163 at Vanderbilt and 389-226 overall.

-       Stallings registered his 181st career victory at Memorial Gym, which ties him with legendary coach Roy Skinner for the most in program history.

-       The Commodores are now 3-1 at Memorial Gym this season.

-       Vanderbilt made a three-pointer for the 841st game in a row, which ranks second in the nation behind UNLV.  VU has made a three in every game since the line's inception in the 1986-87 season.

-       Sophomore Dai-Jon Parker made his season debut after missing the first eight games of the season.

-       Kedren Johnson scored 15 points. He has scored in double-figures in all but one game this season, including the last five games.

-       Kyle Fuller scored 17 points. It marked the sixth time this season he has reached double-figures.

-       Rod Odom scored 13 points, which marked the fourth time this season he has scored double-digits. He tied a season-high with seven rebounds.

-       Josh Henderson's 11 points marks the second-straight game in which he scored 10 or more points.

-       Sheldon Jeter had a career-high two blocked shots.

-       Four players (Fuller, Henderson, Johnson and Odom) scored in double-figures in a single game for the first time this season.

-       The Commodores shot 51.1% from the floor for the game, its second straight game above 50% from the field.  VU held Cornell to only 30% from the floor and 17.9% from three.

-       Vanderbilt moved to 4-0 on the season when outrebounding their opponent.  The Commodores outrebounded the Big Red, 37-36, although Cornell outrebounded Vanderbilt, 13-5, on the offensive glass.

-       VU was 50% from three on the night (10-20).



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