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The Bruins end their season in the second round of the NIT with the loss to Georgia Tech as Bradds says farewell in style.
Riley LaChance missed a go ahead 3-pointer and the Commodores walked off the court with a devastating defeat.
Seniors Nolan Cressler and Luke Kornet had a bit of fun before the game as Cressler turned into a reporter.
The loss stops a 3-game winning streak for the Commodores, who currently sit at 19-15 on the season.
They ended that losing streak Saturday afternoon with a 3-1 win against the San Jose Sharks.
Vanderbilt now faces the winner of Ole Miss and Arkansas Saturday for a chance to move to the SEC tournament title game Sunday afternoon.
The big winner of the night however was Senior forward Reggie Upshaw who was surprised by his brother Gage after being walked onto the court…
Dave Loos, who is the career leader in wins at Austin Peay with over 500, will officially announce his retirement on Monday at 11 a.m., acco…
Bridgestone Arena is one of the city’s marquee buildings and has served as a shelter for severe weather on several occasions.
The Vols were led by Grant Williams and Shembari Phillips, who each finished with 16 points as Tennessee took a four-point lead into halftim…
P.A. Parenteau has appeared in 59 games this season for the Devils scoring 13 goals and adding 14 assists.
Filip Forsberg, Ryan Johansen and Viktor Arvidsson have all been part of the Predator’s recent success with 22 combined points over their la…
With the win, Vanderbilt improves to 16-13 (9-7 in the SEC) and has now won four straight games.
The cherry on top came with under a minute to go in the game as the Preds forced a turnover.
Both teams entered Wednesday night’s game at 7-7 in the SEC, but it was Vanderbilt who built and early lead and held on for a 67-56 win.
Matthew Fisher-Davis led the Commodores with 14 points off the bench, hitting several key buckets including a go ahead score with under four…
A month ago, Tim Shaw went to Jerusalem where he had stem cells harvested from his body at the Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem.
Mississippi State snapped the Vols 4-game winning streak 64-59.
After losing his top six role with the Preds, however, the 36 year old was ready to move on.