Final Game of the Regular Season

Rematch with the Crimson Tide

at Alabama Crimson Tide
Sunday, Feb. 27 • 2 p..m.
Coleman Coliseum (15,383)
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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Vanderbilt Game Notes

About the opponent: Alabama

  • The Crimson Tide recently took a trip down to Baton Rogue to face the No. 8/8 Tigers on LSU’s senior night, falling 58-50.
  • Alabama has a top-25 victory of their own after defeating No.12/8 Tennessee back on Feb. 17 by 10, 74-64 inside Coleman Coliseum. The Crimson Tide were riding a two-game win streak, besting Texas A&M in  double-overtime on the road 81-79, until the aforementioned LSU loss.
  • Alabama has 10 wins at home this season.
  • Sunday’s game against the Commodores is slated as senior day as the Crimson Tide will honor Megan Abrams, Hannah Barber, Allie Craig Cruce, Brittany Davis, and Taylor Sutton.
  • Abrams was named to the SEC Southeastern Conference Community Service Team on Feb. 23.
  • Back on Feb. 22, Brittany Davis was named SEC Player of the Week. Davis helped Alabama down then-No. 12/8 Tennessee Thursday, Feb. 17, 74-64, in Tuscaloosa, Ala., before knocking off Texas A&M Sunday, Feb. 20, 81-79, in double overtime in Bryan-College Station, Texas.

Later, Gators

  • Senior night for Brinae Alexander, Asha Taylor and Jordyn Cambridge will be forever memorable as Vanderbilt defeated No. 15/21 Florida 63-59 inside Memorial Gymnasium on Thursday.
  • On a night surrounded by 1,783 of the Vanderbilt faithful, the home team notched its first win over a ranked opponent in the Shea Ralph era and first win against Florida since 2014-15 at home. Vandy’s last win over a ranked opponent was March 1, 2020, when it knocked off No. 15/16 Kentucky.

LaChance Named to SEC Community Service Team

  • Bella LaChance was named to the Southeastern Conference Community Service Team for the women’s basketball 2021-22 season as announced by the league. LaChance has assisted in many nonprofit organizations, some of which are Team Impact, Dancing Dores and HopeKids.

Numbers Don’t Lie

  • In Division I women’s basketball the Commodores are 117th in assists, 90th in rebounds, sixth in steals, 22nd in steals per game, 78th in turnover margin, and 28th in turnovers forced.
  • Jordyn Cambridge is 210th in assist to turnover ratio, 74th in assists, 101st in assists per game, 129th in free throw attempts, 96th in minutes played, first in steals, and third in steals per game.
  • Brinae Alexander ranks 43rd in field goal attempts, 66th in field goals made, 204th in field goal percentage, 77th in final points, 40th in minutes played, 171st in points per game, 102nd in steals, 195th in steals per game, 140th in 3-pointers attempted, 127th in 3-pointers made, and 212th in 3-pointers per game.
  • Iyana Moore is ranked 85th in minutes played, 68th in 3-pointers attempted, 57th in 3-pointers made, 131st in 3-pointers per game, and 91st in 3-point percentage.

Can’t Stop Cambridge 

  • The senior guard was named to the 2022 Naismith National Defensive Player of the Year watch list. Cambridge notched her third career double-double against UAlbany with 10 points and 10 steals, which tabbed her as No. 2 in program history for steals in a single game. She is currently No.10 in program history for career steals at 213 and is No.4 in single season history for 108 steals this season.

Fresh Faces

  • Sacha Washington was named Freshman of the Week on Feb. 8 setting career highs in points and rebounds for her fourth double-double this season against Alabama. Moore earned Co-Freshman of the Week back on Jan. 4 for her record setting performance.
  • The freshmen quartet in Moore, De’Mauri Flournoy, Kendal Cheesman and Washington have combined for 649 points this season, 36% of the total points scored for Vanderbilt.

A Vandy Win Would …

  • Avenge the overtime loss to the Crimson Tide from earlier this season.
  • Put the Commodores on a two-game winning streak headed into the SEC Tournament.

A Vandy Loss Would …

  • Give Alabama the season series sweep.
  • Be the eighth consecutive victory for the Crimson Tide over the Commodores.

On Deck … 

Vanderbilt will return to Nashville to play in the SEC Women’s Basketball Championship, beginning on Wednesday.