JumpOffPlus.com College Tour: Vanderbilt Game Blog – November 17, 2014

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Nashville, Tenn. – Coach Melanie Balcomb has established Vanderbilt as one of the SEC’s premier programs. Tonight, they play one of the premier mid-major conference teams nationally in Wisconsin-Green Bay. Here’s our take on the game:

By: @BrandonClayPSB


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19:25 – So. Marques Webb with the early basket in the paint for the home team. 2 to 0 Vandy.

19:03 – After a summer with the USA Basketball team, Fr. Point Guard Paris Kea gets the perimeter game involved by making a chip shot. 4 to 0 Vandy.

18:20 – Fr. Wing Christa Reed with a 3-pointer stretching the lead to seven. 7 to 0 Vandy.

17:38 – Reed with another 3-pointer from almost the same spot on the right wing. 10 to 2 Vandy.

16:15 – Jr. Forward Morgan Batey with an offensive rebound and putback makes essay on my favourite bollywood movie it 12 to 2 Vandy.

15:35 – Fr. Forward Audrey-Ann Caron Goudreau with a nice 15 foot jump shot off the inbounds pass from Jr. Point Guard Jasmine Jenkins. 14 to 5 Vandy.

12:15 – So. Guard Rebekah Dahlman completes a nice dribble drive with a right hand on left side finish. 16 to 6 Vandy.

11:15 – Webb with a tough finish on the interior on a great pass from Kea. 18 to 8 Vandy.

11:00 – This time, it’s Fr. Guard Rachel Bell who finds Webb for two down low. 20 to 8 Vandy.

9:30 – RS So. Kristen Gaffney is the recipient of a slick pass from Kea knocking down a 3-pointer to make it 23 to 8 in Vandy’s favor.

8:30 – Batey hits a 12 foot jump shot. 25 to 11 Vandy.

7:00 – Batey with a steal and a finish. 27 to 13 Vandy.

4:45 essay writing service yahoo Reed with a 15 footer from the free throw line. 29 to 15 Vandy.

2:50 – Kea hits a 12 foot jump shot off of the one-bounce pull up. 31 to 25 Vandy.

1:05 – Gaffney with an easy bucket out of a timeout. 33 to 28 Vandy.


HALFTIME SCORE: 33 – 30 Vanderbilt



18:00 – Reed makes a nice pass on the interior to Caron-Goudreau for the bucket. 35 to 33 Vandy.

16:15 – Kea with another pull up jump shot making it 39-37 Green Bay.

14:30 – Webb with a score on special situations baseline out-of-bounds set. 40 to 39 Vandy.

13:05 – Batey gets the crowd rocking with a 3-pointer from the left corner. 43 to 39 Vandy.

10:10 – Webb with the interior offensive rebound and putback. 45 to 41 Vandy.

9:45 – Vanderbilt will be shooting free essay for admission to university throws in the Bonus the rest of the way.

9:42 – Dahlman hits two free throws. 47 to 41 Vandy.

9:00 – Batey attacks again from the perimeter and finishes. 49 to 43 Vandy.

8:52 – Have to point out Dahlman and Webb for charging charges here in the second half.

7:55 – Dahlman reads the off side screen to perfection freeing herself up for the 3-pointer. 52 to 43 Vandy.

3:01 – Webb breaks a nearly 5-minute scoring drought with two free throws. 54 to 52 Vandy.

1:45 – Reed at the line. She makes two as well. 56 to 52 Vandy.

:18 – Caron-Goudreau with a huge jump shot from the free throw line. 58 to 56 Vandy.


4:25 – Reed breaks the tie with a jumper from the left side of the floor. 60 to 58 Vandy.

2:30 – Vandy breaks the essay writing services forum tie again with a tough left hand finish from Caron-Goudreau. 62 to 60 Vandy.

1:20 – Kea with a great move to get downhill and finish with her left hand. 64 to 60 Vandy.

:50 – Kea makes one of two free throws. 65 to 60 Vandy.

:39 – After a loose ball foul call on the other end, Webb hits one of two free throws herself. 66 to 60 Vandy.

:25 – Caron-Goudreau steps to the free throw line and calmly makes two. 68 to 63 Vandy.

FINAL SCORE: 68-64 Vanderbilt

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