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GALLERY: Women’s Basketball vs. Vanderbilt

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Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson

Graduate guard Qadashah Hoppie is greeted by sophomore guard Sahara Jones.

The Texas A&M women’s basketball team (14-9, 4-7 SEC) beat Vanderbilt (12-13, 3-8 SEC) 76-58 Thursday afternoon at Reed Arena. Players on both teams fought hard during the game, resulting in some hits and falls. Despite this, the Aggies won out with an 18-point lead.
The Aggies will play LSU at 2:00 p.m. on February 13.

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  • Graduate student guard Kayla Wells who scored 19 points against LSU enters reed arena.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Vanderbilt’s Jordyn Cambridge, graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie, and senior forward Aaliyah Patty prepare for the game to continue.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Junior G Jordan Nixon (5) shoots a layup during a game vs. Vanderbilt on Feb. 10, 2022.

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  • Junior guard Jordan Nixon runs up the court.

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  • Graduate student guard Destiny Pitts blocks a shot from Vanderbilt’s Jordyn Cambridge.

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  • The Aggies contend with Vanderbilt as they wait for the ball to drop.

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  • Junior center Sydnee Roby is congratulated by her teammates.

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  • Graduate student guard Destiny Pitts retrieves the ball.

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  • Junior center Sydnee Roby defends against Vanderbilt’s Kaylon Smith.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Graduate student guard Kayla Wells recovers from the previous play.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie blocks Vanderbilt’s Jordyn Cambridge.

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  • Senior forward Aaliyah Patty prepares for a free throw.

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  • The Aggies listen to head coach Gary Blair during a timeout.

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  • Graduate student guard Kayla Wells walks down the court.

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  • Graduate student guard Destiny Pitts and junior guard McKinzie Green defend against Vanderbilt.

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  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones is defended against by Vanderbilt’s Brinae Alexander.

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  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones runs down the court.

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  • Junior guard McKinzie Green watches the ball she passed.

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  • Junior guard McKinzie Green is guarded by Vanderbilt’s Jordyn Cambridge.

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  • Junior center Sydnee Roby is congratulated by junior guard Jordan Nixon and graduate student guard Destiny Pitts.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Vanderbilt’s Jordyn Cambridge recovers from the previous play.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • The Aggies discuss a play with a referee.

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  • Vanderbilt’s Ivana Moore passes the ball.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie keeps the ball in-bounds.

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  • Vanderbilt’s Ivana Moore at the free throw line.

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  • The Aggies play against Vanderbilt.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie watches the ball.

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  • The Aggies celebrate with the War Hymn.

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  • The Aggies celebrate.

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