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GALLERY: Women’s Basketball vs. Vanderbilt

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Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill

Junior Aaliyah Wilson goes up for a shot. She had 10 points against Vanderbilt.

Texas A&M women’s basketball (19-5, 7-4 SEC) defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores (13-11, 3-8 SEC) 74-53 at Reed Arena. The Aggies started out strong scoring 28 points in the first quarter and didn’t give Vanderbilt any time to catch up. The Aggies will play in Reed Arena next on Sunday, February 23 at 3 p.m. against Auburn.

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  • Senior Shambria Washington directs her teammates on offense.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Junior Chennedy Carter played against Vanderbilt after being injured for the last 7 games.

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  • Junior Ciera Johnson works around a defender to put up the shot. She had 10 points against Vanderbilt.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Chennedy Carter went two for four from the free throw line.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Junior Kayla Wells puts her hand to try to block the point guard’s view.

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  • Kayla Wells went four for four from the free throw line against Vanderbilt.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Head coach Gary Blair gestures towards his players to instruct them on defense.

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  • Senior Yell Leader Reid Williams leads the student section in the War Hymn before the fourth quarter.

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  • The women’s basketball game against Vanderbilt was breast cancer awareness night and fans were encouraged to wear pink in support.

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  • Junior N’Dea Jones inbounds the ball.

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  • Chennedy Carter steals the ball and dribbles it down for a breakaway play.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Ciera Johnson had nine total rebounds, with one offensive rebound, on the night against Vanderbilt.

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  • N’Dea Jones gets the offensive rebound to start a new play for the Aggies. She had 12 total rebounds on the night.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Junior Aahliyah Jackson moves over to keep the shooter from getting to the basket.

    Photo by Photo by Kaylee Cogbill
  • Aaliyah Wilson brings the ball down as the clock winds down.

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