Women's Basketball
Lister earns national, SEC honors

Jasmine Lister had 22 points in Sunday's win.
Jasmine Lister had 22 points in Sunday's win.

Jan. 13, 2014

Jasmine Lister played an instrumental role in Sunday's upset of Tennessee, and the senior guard is drawing plenty of accolades for her performance.

In fact, she's literally got an award for every day of the week.

Lister, who scored 22 points in Vanderbilt's comeback win over the No. 8/8 Lady Vols, was named espnW's Player of the Week on Sunday night and named the SEC Player of the Week on Monday.

Then, on Tuesday, she was named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Player of the Week. (Click here for story)

Lister had 22 points and five assists in the Commodores' 74-63 win over the Lady Vols. She scored seven straight points during a pivotal stretch in second half as Vanderbilt flipped a 10-point deficit into a double-digit win.

Lister also shined against Auburn earlier in the week. She produced her sixth career double-double with 23 points and 10 assists in Vanderbilt's 74-65 road victory, which marked the Commodores 21st straight win over the Lady Tigers.


 

 

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