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The BattalionMay 4, 2024

SLIDESHOW: Men’s Basketball vs. Vanderbilt

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Photo by: Morgan Engel

Sophomore center Tyler Davis scored a team-high 18 points the last time A&M played Vanderbilt.

The Vanderbilt Commodores (11-11; 4-5 SEC) visited Reed Arena last night to face the Texas A&M Aggies (11-10; 3-6 SEC). Vanderbilt came ready to play and were lead by Junior Guard Matthew Fischer-Davis and Senior Forward Luke Kornet, who both finished the game with 12 points. Final score, 68-54. 
Photos by: Morgan Engel (@cmefoto)

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  • Senior Yell Leader Ian Moss leads the Reed Rowdies in the War Hymn. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Freshman Forward Robert Williams had 2 monstrous blocks against Vanderbilt, upping his season total to 50.

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Senior Forward Luke Kornet tied for a team high 12 points and lead the team with 4 assists in their win over the Aggies. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Junior Center Tonny Trocha-Morelos rises above the defender to put the ball in. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder dribbles around the defender to reach the basket. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg looks to pass the ball to a teammate. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Head Coach Billy Kennedy was clearly frustrated during Tuesday night’s game against Vanderbilt. 

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  • Sophomore Guard Admon Gilder played all 40 minutes of Tuesday night’s game and finished with 11 points. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Sophomore Center Tyler Davis went 8-9 from the field Tuesday night, while all of his teammates shot under 40%. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Sophomore Forward D.J. Hogg, who plays an averages of 30.8 minutes per game, only played 14 against Vanderbilt. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Junior Yell Leader Cooper Cox runs of the court.

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  • Graduate Guard J.C. Hampton and others cheer on their teammates from the bench.

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  • Freshman Guard Caleb Smith helped the Aggies make a run at the end of the game that ultimately was not enough to get the win. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • The Aggies went on a 14-0 run late in the second half, largely by pressing Vanderbilt, and made the game interesting before the Commodores hit a few three-pointers to seal the game. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
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