Dylan Disu had a career night notching 29 points during the game against Vanderbilt’s 82-78 loss to Kentucky (Hustler Multimedia//Truman McDaniel) (Truman McDaniel)
Dylan Disu had a career night notching 29 points during the game against Vanderbilt’s 82-78 loss to Kentucky (Hustler Multimedia//Truman McDaniel)

Truman McDaniel

IN PHOTOS: Vanderbilt sees snow, Lacrosse wins home opener

The campus became a winter wonderland, and the girls lacrosse pulled an improbably 11-10 victory.

February 23, 2021

The same snow that shut down dining halls, canceled some in-person classes and closed the testing center created a picture-perfect campus that we captured in many of our shots this week.

Women’s Lacrosse prevails in an 11-10 thriller

In their first home game of the season, Women’s Lacrosse beat Colorado University 11-10 in overtime. In what was an exciting game, Vanderbilt had been considered underdogs and had found themselves down by at least 3 goals. Yet, they were able to crawl their way back and come out on top with an overtime goal courtesy of Cassidy Orban.

The lacrosse team celebrates the winning goal scored early in overtime. on Feb. 21, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Mattigan Kelly) (Mattigan Kelly)

Colorado University was ranked No. 24 in the country when the Vanderbilt girls team took them down.

Men’s Basketball suffers another Heartbreaker

Looking to capitalize on their victory over Mississippi State, the Commodores hosted Kentucky on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Unfortunately, Kentucky was able to come out on top in what had been a close contest the entire game. Vanderbilt ended up losing 78-82.

Clevon Brown had 8 points and 4 rebounds in Vanderbilt’s loss to Kentucky on Wednesday. (Hustler Multimedia/Truman McDaniel).

While Vanderbilt was in the driver’s seat late in the game, following a pair of Commodore missed free throws, the Wildcats took advantage on their path to victory.

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