NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Vanderbilt Commodores rallied from a 14-point second deficit to beat visiting South Carolina 65-50 on Saturday.
Riley LaChance led the Dores with 19 points while James Siakam added 16. Wade Baldwin IV contributed 12 points as well.
The Commodores trailed 41-27 with 13.46 left in the contest before putting together a 18-0 run to trigger the comeback.
The win gives the Dores back to back victories for the first time since Jan. 6. Vanderbilt snapped a seven-game losing streak on Tuesday with a win over Florida.
The Commodores return to action on Wednesday to host in-state rival Tennessee.