Tennessee 65, Vanderbilt 57
February 13, 2011 - Memorial Gymnasium - Nashville, Tenn.
Vanderbilt started freshman Jasmine Lister, sophomore Tiffany Clarke, junior Angela Puleo and seniors Hannah Tuomi and Jence Rhoads.
Vanderbilt used this starting lineup for the fifth-consecutive game.
Vanderbilt is 4-1 with this lineup.
Hannah Tuomi made her team-leading 108th career start and 119th appearance while Jence Rhoads made her team-leading 124th appearance and 104th start.
Lister has started every game this season.
Puleo made her sixth start of the year.
Clarke started for the tenth time this season and 25th of her career.
Vanderbilt falls to 7-57 against the University of Tennessee.
Melanie Bacomb now holds a 1-20 record against the Lady Vols.
Vanderbilt's 20 field goals matched a season low set against Kentucky and Mississippi State.
The four three-point field goals are the least amount the Commodores have made in a loss this season, one less than they had against Ole Miss on January 2, 2011.
Vanderbilt had 22 turnovers for the third time against an SEC opponent, a season high in conference play.
Vanderbilt's 10 assists were the least it has had this season in Memorial Gym with the eight at Kentucky being the lowest of the year.
Only two players scored in double digits for the third time this year with the other two games being against Auburn and LSU.
The Commodores only recorded two fast break points.
For the second time this season and the first time since playing Ole Miss, Vanderbilt held an opponent to a season-low 15 first half points.
Vanderbilt held Tennessee to 20.0% (5-for-25) shooting in the first half, marking the lowest efficiency an opponent has had this season.
The 15 points scored by Tennessee were the third fewest points the Lady Vols have scored in a half ever.
The 20% shooting was a season low for a half.
The Commodores dropped to 10-3 on the season when opponents shoot 35% or less in the first half.
Tennessee's five first half field goals are the least an opponent has made against Vanderbilt this season, topping the previous low of six set by Mississippi State on January 6.
For the fourth time this season, the Commodores held an opponent without a three-point field goal in the first half. The Lady Vols join Western Kentucky, Virginia Tech and Ole Miss.
Vanderbilt won the opening tipoff.
Hannah Tuomi put in a shot under the basket to record the Commodores first points of the game at the 17:02 mark.
With 15:34 remaining in the half, Jasmine Lister hit Vanderbilt's first three-pointer and tied the game at 5.
Vanderbilt went on a 9-0 run that began at the 14:25 mark and spanned two and half minutes, putting the Commodores ahead 16-7.
Angela Puleo and Jasmine Lister had a team-leading six points while four `Dores had three rebounds.
Eight players scored points with six points being recorded by the Vanderbilt bench.
Largest lead: Vanderbilt 13, Tennessee 4
Lead Changes: 1
The Commodores head into half-time leading 28-15.
Tiffany Clarke made a fastbreak layup at the 18:53 mark to record Vanderbilt's first points of the half and give the `Dores a 30-19 lead.
Stephanie Holzer scored the first points of the second half for the bench on a layup with 15:14 remaining.
Trailing by two with 4:22 remaining, Jence Rhoads hit a three-pointer to give Vanderbilt a 45-44 lead.
Largest lead: Vanderbilt 12, Tennessee 8
Lead Changes: 0
All eight players who saw minutes recorded points.
Hannah Tuomi recorded her 13th game with 10 or more rebounds.
Tuomi had double-digit rebounds for the second-consecutive game.
Tuomi's 12 rebounds are the most she has had against an SEC opponent in Memorial Gym, topping her previous high of 10 set against Ole Miss on January 30, 2011.
Jence Rhoads's 15 points are the most she has scored since putting up 17 against Tennessee earlier this season.
Rhoads was a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line marking the fourth time she has shot 100% from the line this season.