VU-Missouri post game notes

Feb. 10, 2016

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Vanderbilt 86 Missouri 71
February 10, 2016

-With the win over Missouri, Vanderbilt moves to 14-10 on the season and 6-5 in the SEC.
-The Commodores now lead the all-time series against the Tigers, 6-4, and move to 5-0 in games played at home against Missouri.
-Head coach Kevin Stallings won his 450th career game and moves to 450-279 in 23 years of coaching. His record is 327-216 at Vanderbilt (17 years).
-The Commodores used the starting lineup of Wade Baldwin IV, Matthew Fisher-Davis, Jeff Roberson, Luke Kornet, and Damian Jones for the fifth time this season. Vanderbilt is 3-2 using this starting lineup.
-The Commodores never trailed in the game.

-For the game, Vanderbilt shot 47.7% from the floor and 27.6% from three, and limited Missouri to 37.5% from the floor and 18.8% from three.
-The Commodores move to 12-4 on the year when outshooting their opponent.
-All five starters registered double figures, the second time that has happened in SEC play this season. The other game came in the SEC opener against LSU.
-Vanderbilt out rebounded Missouri, 46-45 on the night.
-Vanderbilt extended their streak by making at least one three pointer for the 955th consecutive game.

-Wade Baldwin, Luke Kornet, Damian Jones, Jeff Roberson, and Matthew Fisher-Davis all finished the night scoring in double digits.
-Wade Baldwin led Vanderbilt in scoring. Baldwin finished the night with 17 points and had seven assists to go along with 6 rebounds.
-Luke Kornet recorded his fourth double-double of the year. He finished the night with 13 points and 12 rebounds to go with five blocks. It is the fifth time this season that Kornet has finished a game with at least five blocks.
-Damian Jones added his 18th double digit performance of the season. Jones finished with 14 points and five rebounds.
-Jeff Roberson recorded double figures for the 13th time this season. Roberson finished with 12 points on 4-6 shooting to go with 8 rebounds. He was 2-3 from three on the night.
-Matthew-Fisher-Davis finished the night in double digits for the 10th time this season with 13 points and was 3-10 from three-point range. It is the 11th time this season that Fisher-Davis has made at least 3 threes in a game.