Vanderbilt-LSU postgame notes

Jan. 2, 2016

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-Vanderbilt dropped to 8-5 on the season and 0-1 in SEC play.
-The Commodores lead the series, 60-53, but LSU has won four consecutive games in the series. Head coach Kevin Stallings is now 11-11 in games against the Tigers.
-13,380 people were in attendance at the game, the most at Memorial Gym this season.

Team Notes
-LSU outshot Vanderbilt, 48.4% to 46.3%, on the game. The Commodores are now 1-4 in games when outshot by their opponent.
-The Tigers out rebounded the Commodores, 40-29, including 11-3 on the offensive glass. LSU outscored Vanderbilt, 11-4, in second chance points and 40-24 in points in the paint.
-The Commodores had five players score in double figures for the second consecutive game. Wade Baldwin IV led the team with 17 points, Jeff Roberson added 13, Damian Jones and Riley LaChance chipped in 12, and Matthew Fisher-Davis scored 11 points.
-Vanderbilt was 10-23 from three, the sixth time this season the Commodores have made 10 or more threes.
-Vanderbilt made 22-25 from the free-throw line (88%), their best performance from the charity stripe this season.

Player Notes
-Baldwin finished the game with 17 points, his ninth consecutive game in double figures. He also added seven assists, his fourth game with five or more assists this season.
-Roberson scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game.
-Jones scored in double figures for the 10th time this year and the 58th time of his career.
-Fisher-Davis scored in double figures for the sixth time this year and 17th time of his career.
-LaChance scored in double figures for the second consecutive game.
-LSU freshman Ben Simmons scored 36 points and had 14 rebounds, the first person since Rice’s Morris Almond to have a 30-10 game. Almond scored 44 points and had 12 rebounds on January 3, 2007. Simmons also added four assists, a block, and a steal in 34 minutes.