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Anchor Drop, February 17, 2020: Women’s basketball at Number 1

Also, a big day for Vanderbilt sports yesterday.

NCAA Womens Basketball: Tennessee at Vanderbilt Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning.

Vanderbilt women’s basketball goes on the road tonight to face the #1 team in the country: South Carolina. The Gamecocks lost to Indiana on November 28 and haven’t lost since, currently sporting a 24-1 overall record and an 11-0 SEC record. Tonight’s game can be see on the SEC Network and will tip off at 6 PM CT.

Baseball rallied back from a 7-2 eighth-inning deficit, but Tyler Brown couldn’t hold the lead in a 9-8 loss to Cal Poly to close the MLB4. Baseball is now 1-2 on the season and will host South Alabama tomorrow at the Hawk to start a 12-game homestand.

Women’s tennis beat tenth-ranked Ohio State by a 5-2 score on Sunday. The Commodores are now 4-2 on the season and open SEC play against LSU on February 28.

Vanderbilt bowling picked up its third win in four tournaments this year, beating McKendree to claim the Mid-Winter Invitational in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Men’s golf ended its first tournament of the spring with a second-place finish at the Gator Invitational.

Lacrosse fell short of an upset in a 15-12 loss to fifth-ranked Boston College.

ICYMI: True statements, the truth, and the Vanderbilt Way, by Chris Lee of


SEC Women’s Basketball: Georgia 76, Alabama 75 ... Arkansas 108, Ole Miss 64 ... Florida 75, Missouri 67 ... Texas A&M 73, Tennessee 71 ... Auburn 65, LSU 60 ... Kentucky 73, Mississippi State 62.

SEC Baseball: South Carolina 5, Holy Cross 0 ... Tennessee 23, Western Illinois 4 ... Auburn 14, UIC 0 ... Jacksonville State 9, Missouri 8 ... Florida 15, Marshall 8 ... Texas A&M 6, Miami (Ohio) 2 ... Ole Miss 7, Louisville 6 ... Georgia 5, Richmond 4 ... TCU 10, Kentucky 5 ... Alabama 6, Northeastern 3 ... Arkansas 12, Eastern Illinois 3 ... Mississippi State 5, Wright State 1.