Vanderbilt 111, Quinnipiac 53 November 26, 2010 – Memorial Gymnasium – Nashville, Tenn. Attendance: 3,489
Starting Lineup • Vanderbilt started freshmen Christina Foggie and Jasmine Lister, seniors Hannah Tuomi and Jence Rhoads, and sophomore Tiffany Cark. • This is Hannah Tuomi’s 87th career start and 98th appearance. • Jence Rhoads is making her 83rd career start and team leading 103rd appearance. • Tiffany Clarke is making her 16th career start and second of the season. • Lister is making her fourth start of the season while Foggie is making her third. • This was the first time this season Vanderbilt has used this starting lineup.
Postgame Notes: • Vanderbilt scored its first 100-point game since hanging 104 on Belmont during the Thanksgiving Tournament on November 23, 2007. • This was the most points the Commodores have scored since beating Hampton 116-46 on November 29, 1998. • Vanderbilt’s 58-point margin of victory was the largest since beating Belmont by 61 points on November 23, 2007. • Vanderbilt outscored Quinnipiac by 42 points in the second half, the second most in school history and most since outscoring Princeton by 43 on December 21, 1999. • The 24 second-half points by Quinnipiac was the least amount of points by an opponent since the Arkansas game on Jan. 31, 2010 when the Lady Backs were held to 22 points. • For the first time this season, five players scored in double-digits for the Commodores. • Vanderbilt’s 28 free throws made were the most since also making 28 against N.C. State on Nov. 28, 2009. • The 49 rebounds by Vanderbilt were more than the Commodores had all of last year.
Player notes: • Jence Rhoads had 16 points and seven rebounds, marking season-highs. • Rebecca Silinski’s eight points tied a career high set against Ole Miss on February 20, 2010. Silinski also added a season-high five rebounds. • Hanna Tuomi had a season-high 15 points. • Elan Brown posted a career-high 18 points and matched her career high with 10 rebounds … It was the first double-double of her career. • Tiffany Clarke scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds in the second double-double of her career.