Friday, March 31

Vanderbilt women’s basketball beats Murray State in WNIT

Prior to Vanderbilt’s WNIT opener Thursday, coach Shea Ralph told her team that without Brinae Alexander, everyone would have to a little bit more. 

Alexander, the Commodores’ leading scorer this season, entered the transfer portal after the SEC Tournament, taking her out of the WNIT.

Although Vanderbilt (15-18) seemed hesitant in the first half without the scoring Alexander brings, by the end against Murray State (22-10), everyone had indeed done a little bit more.

Point guard Jordyn Cambridge, who is coming back for a fifth season, led the charge, with a career-high 24 points.

Freshman guard Iyana Moore and freshman forward Sacha Washington continued to show they are vital parts of this program’s future with 16 points apiece. Moore hit three triples and Washington grabbed six rebounds.

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