Vanderbilt 65, Arkansas 54 January 20, 2011 - Memorial Gym (Nashville, Tenn.)
Starting Lineup • Vanderbilt started freshman Jasmine Lister, sophomore Gabby Smith, junior Jordan Coleman and seniors Hannah Tuomi and Jence Rhoads. • This marked the fifth straight game the Commodores have used this starting lineup and are now 3-1 when doing so. • Vanderbilt has used eight different starting lineups this season. • Hannah Tuomi made her team-leading 102nd career start and 113th appearance while Jence Rhoads made her team-leading 117th appearance and 97th start. • Coleman made her 13th career start and 44th appearance. • Smith made her 12th start of the season and 17th of her career. • Lister and Tuomi are the only two players to start all 18 games this season.
Postgame Notes: • Vanderbilt is 20-5 all-time against Arkansas. • The Commodores have won eight straight against Arkansas and 13 of the last 14 games. • Vandy improved to 10-0 and 3-0 in SEC games at Memorial Gym. • VU outrebounded the Razorbacks 37-30 and moved to 10-1 when outrebounding their opponents. • With 16 turnovers to Arkansas' 15 Vanderbilt advanced to 4-4 when having more turnovers than their opponents. • The Commodore defense held the Razorbacks to 29.6% shooting from the field in the second half. • The Commodores' bench outscored Arkansas' 15-2 in the first half and 32-2 in the game. • Vandy outscored Arkansas 18-12 in the paint. • VU shot 54.5% from the field, including 44.4% from three-point range, in the first half. • Vanderbilt led 30-27 at halftime and improved to 13-2 when leading at halftime. • The attendance was 3,882 at Memorial Gym.
Player notes: • Jence Rhoads has now recorded an assist in 115 of her 118 career games. All three games she did not record an assist came during her freshman season. • Jasmine Lister has scored in double-figures in 16 games this season. • Four VU players scored at least 10 points with Lister (17), Stephanie Holzer (16), Rhoads (13) and Christina Foggie (10). The quartet accounted for 56 of the Commodores 65 points • Holzer reached double digits in the points column for the eighth time this season and eighth time of her career with 16 points. She added five rebounds and four blocks in just 18 minutes. • Lister set a new career-high with five three-point field goals, leading the Dores with 17 points. • Rhoads' 10 points marked the 47th time in her career she had reached double digits in a game. Her nine rebounds on the night set a new career-best. • Elan Brown tied a season-best with three steals. • Holzer and Lister each had eight points to lead the Commodores at halftime.