Commodores Fall at No. 20/24 Texas A&M

1 2 3 4 total
Vanderbilt
period 1 9 period 2 9 period 3 20 period 4 15 total 53
Texas A&M University
period 1 13 period 2 20 period 3 21 period 4 15 total 69
Game stats Vanderbilt Texas A&M University
FG% 0.361 0.436
FG3% 0.385 0.077
FT% 0.571 0.606
Treb 40 37
TO 15 8
STL 3 8

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Vanderbilt women’s basketball team fell to #20/24 Texas A&M, 69-53, Thursday night in Reed Arena.
 
The Commodores trailed 21-14 in the second, but Autumn Newby and Brinae Alexander buried a pair of jumpers to cut the Aggie lead to three, 21-18. Chennedy Carter connected on two shots from the charity stripe to spark a 12-0 Texas A&M run that spanned over the last 5:13 of the half, giving the Aggies a 33-18 cushion.
 
Alexander led players with a career-high 24 points on a career-high four triples made. LeaLea Carter continued her double-digit trend with 13 points. It was her fifth consecutive game in double-figures.
 
Newby pulled down a career-high 13 boards to lead all players.
 
The Commodores out-rebounded Texas A&M 40-to-37 and held the Aggies to just 8 percent from beyond the arc.
 
With the loss, Vanderbilt drops to 6-15 (1-7 SEC) while Texas A&M improves to 17-4 (6-2 SEC).
 
The Commodores will be back in action on Sunday as they welcome in Tennessee. Tip is slated for 2 p.m.