Vanderbilt-Auburn postgame notes

Feb. 13, 2014

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Vanderbilt - Auburn
Postgame Notes
Feb. 13, 2014

Game Notes
-The Commodore loss snaps a 21 game series win streak dating back to January of 2000. The series now sits at 28-17.

-For the third straight game, Kady Schrann, Christina Foggie, Jasmine Lister, Marqu'es Webb, and Morgan Batey received the start for the Commodores. Christina Foggie and Jasmine Lister have started all 24 of Vanderbilt's games this season.

-Hasina Muhammad, Brandy Montgomery, Kiani Parker, Tyrese Tanner, and Tra'cee Tanner started for the Tigers.

Team Notes
-At the half, the Commodores trailed by eight, scoring just 21 points.

-The last chance the Commodores had to take the lead and the last chance Christina Foggie had for breaking the individual career three-point record occurred with 18 seconds left in regulation.

-Following eight lead changes in the second half, the Commodores fell 68-62 despite tying the game with just 39 seconds left.

-Vanderbilt shot a season low 63.2% from the free-throw line and 43.4% from the field.

-Vanderbilt committed 16 turnovers in the game with only four occurring in the second half.

Individual Notes
-Christina Foggie now shares the top of the career three pointers made record with Merideth Marsh at 256. Despite tying the record, Foggie hit only two out of eight three pointers taken.

- Christina Foggie moved to 9th all-time in career scoring for the Commodores, moving from 11th and passing both Heidi Gillingham and Christina Wirth.

-Foggie finished the game with 24 points, making it her 11th game of the season with 20-plus points scored.

-Jasmine Lister finished the game shooting 3-for-9 from the field with only eight points. In 17 of 19 games beginning the season, Lister scored double figures. Since her 25-point breakout versus LSU, Lister has only one double figure game in 5 attempts.

-Kady Schrann recorded three steals, tying her all time record for the fourth time.



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