The Vanderbilt women's basketball team dropped a Thursday night contest to Texas A&M, 50-43, in Memorial Gymnasium.
January 10, 2019
7:00 PM CT
Nashville, Tenn. (Memorial Gymnasium)
At the Top of the Charts
Points: Mariella Fasoula
and Newby – 14 points
Newby – 11 rebounds
Assists: Jordyn Cambridge
and Kaleigh Clemons-Green
– 3 assists
Steals: Jordyn Cambridge
– 2 steals
First Quarter: Texas A&M 17, Vanderbilt 7
-Fasoula made a layup to tie the game at 7-7 before the Aggies went on a 10-0 run that lasted the remainder of the quarter.
-Texas A&M shot 42.9 percent from the field while holding the Dores to just 15.4 percent in the first.
-The Aggies forced four Commodore turnovers and turned them into six points.
Second Quarter: Texas A&M 22, Vanderbilt 18
-After giving up the first points of the quarter, the Commodores went on an 11-0 run to draw within one, 19-18.
-The Aggies netted the final two baskets of the half to take a four point cushion into the half, 22-18.
-Vanderbilt held Texas A&M to just five points in the quarter, the lowest total of the season. Previously the lowest was 10 by Samford.
-The Aggies shot just 16.5 percent in the second.
Third Quarter: Texas A&M 37, Vanderbilt 32
-After exchanging the opening points, the Aggies went on a 7-0 run to take their biggest lead of the game, 31-20.
-Vanderbilt responded with a 10 unanswered points to close the quarter and pull within three, 35-32.
-The Commodores shot a game-best 43 percent in the third quarter.
Fourth Quarter: Texas A&M 50, Vanderbilt 43
-The squads traded points for a majority of the quarter, but the Dores were unable to take control of the game, falling 50-43.
Inside the Lane
-Fasoula collected 14 points for her 11th
consecutive double-digit game.
-The Aggies out-rebounded the Dores 46-to-32.
-Vanderbilt shot just 29 percent on the game, while Texas A&M shot 34.5 percent.
-Fasoula collected eight rebounds and a game-high three blocks.
Vanderbilt heads to Arkansas for a 2 p.m. tilt on Sunday.
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