Women's Basketball
Anderson visits Commodore practice, speaks to team

Oct. 9, 2013



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Chantelle Anderson was frequently the center of attention when she was at Vanderbilt.

Ten years later, she still is.

Anderson, the all-time leading scoring in the history of Vanderbilt's women's program, recently stopped by campus and spoke to the members of this year's team after practice. The former NBA player also posed for pictures with the current Commodores.

While addressing the team, Anderson told the players "Vanderbilt is what success looks like."

Anderson scored 2,604 career points at Vanderbilt, averaging 19 points and six rebounds per game in her four seasons with the Commodores. She was named the SEC player of the year following her junior season in 2001-02. She played 137 career games at Vanderbilt, and was in the starting lineup for all 137.

After Vanderbilt, Anderson played four seasons in the WNBA. She was selected by the Sacramento Monarchs with the second overall pick in the 2003 draft, and spent two seasons with the team. She then played two seasons with San Antonio. Overall, she played in 113 games in the WNBA.

 

 

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