Vanderbilt finishes non-conference play with 14 point win
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
A young Vanderbilt team got even younger beating William & Mary 64-50 Wednesday night at Memorial Gym.
Freshman Sheldon Jeter came off the bench to score a career-high 14 points and lead the way for the (6-6) Commodores.
Jeter was almost perfect from the floor hitting six of seven shots, but it was the Dores defense that was the difference. Vandy held the Tribe to just 34% from the field, William & Mary only hit 16 field goals the entire game.
It was win number 182 at Memorial Gym for Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings, the most ever for a Commodore coach.
He passes Roy Skinner, who won 181 games in 16 seasons.
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