Starting Lineup: • Vanderbilt started freshman Jasmine Lister, sophomore Gabby Smith and seniors Hannah Tuomi, Jence Rhoads, and Rebecca Silinski. • This is the fifth straight game the Commodores have started this lineup and the fifth time this year. • Hannah Tuomi leads Vanderbilt with 95 career starts and made her 106th appearance while Jence Rhoads made her 91st start and team-leading 111th appearance. • Rebecca Silinksi made her 55th appearance and fourth career start with all coming this season. • Gabby Smith mad her 45th appearance and 11th start while Jasmine Lister made her 12th start and appearance. • Lister and Tuomi are the only players to start every game this year for the Commodores.
Postgame Notes: • This was the first all-time meeting between Vanderbilt and Delaware. • Wednesday’s was Vanderbilt’s first this season at a neutral site. • Vanderbilt is 3-0 in tournament games this season. • Vanderbilt has won its last three games by a total of 68 points. • The three wins have all been by 20-plus points. • Vanderbilt has held three straight opponents below 60 points. • This marked the sixth game that at least four players scored in double digits for the Commodores. • Vanderbilt is now 9-0 when leading at the half.
Player notes: • With 11 points, senior Hannah Tuomi became the 32nd player in school history to reach 1,000 points in her career … Tuomi entered the game six points shy of 1,000 and hit 1,000 points with her first of two free throws at the 8:16 mark of the first half. • Junior Angela Puleo scored 15 points, which are the most she’s scored in her Vanderbilt career. • Puleo made 5-of-5 three-point attempts to set a career high for percentage and makes in a game. • Freshman Jasmine Lister had her streak of scoring in double figures in every game of her career come to an end at 11 after scoring seven points … Lister has made a three-pointer in each of her games. • Tiffany Clarke scored 10 points to reach double figures for the third time this season. • Stephanie Holzer scored 11 points to reach double figures for the fourth time this year.