Vanderbilt-Georgia post game notes

Jan. 14, 2015

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Georgia 70, Vanderbilt 67
Nashville, Tenn.
Memorial Gym

Game Notes
-With the loss, Vanderbilt now owns an 11-5 record, and a 1-2 SEC mark. Vanderbilt moves to 9-2 at home this season.
-Head coach Kevin Stallings is now 20-11 against the Bulldogs
-Vandy leads the series; 88-50.
-Georgia ended a nine-game losing streak in the series dating back to 2010 and a seven-game losing streak at Memorial Gym, dating back to 2006.
-Vanderbilt had their lowest halftime total of the season (22 points).
-The Commodores never led in the game.

Team Notes
-Commodores shot 41.1% from the field (23-56), 33.3% (9-27) from behind the arc, and 66.7% (12-18) from behind the charity stripe.
-Both the Commodores and Bulldogs had 11 turnovers and 22 points in the paint.
-The Commodores out rebounded the Bulldogs, 36-27 and had 16 assists to UGA’s 13. Vanderbilt dropped its first game of the season after out rebounding an opponent (8-1 record).
-Georgia shot 48.9% from the field, 58.8% from the three, and 66.7% from the FT line. The Bulldogs’ three-point percentage was the best by a Vanderbilt opponent all season.
-Vanderbilt had 16 assists on 23 made baskets.

Player Notes
-Riley LaChance led the Commodores with 21 points; his 12th double-digit and third 20+ point game of the season.
-LaChance tied set career-highs in field goal attempts (13).
-For the sixth time this season Wade Baldwin IV had a 5+ assist game. Baldwin added eight points, five rebounds, and a career-high four steals in 30 minutes of action against Georgia.
-Luke Kornet played 33 minutes, tying his season-high
-Damian Jones added 10 points, his 15th game in double figures this season.