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Scotty Pippen Jr: “Run It Back”

Will he or won’t he?  Scotty Pippen Jr. certainly kept fans in suspense since declaring for the NBA draft in April but keeping open the possibility of a return to school as he declined to hire an agent.  With the draft withdrawal fast approaching at midnight ET on July 7, at the 11th hour, literally,... Continue Reading →

VandyBoys Fall Short After a Wild Ride

Vanderbilt’s dreams of a repeat baseball championship ended with a 9-0 loss to Mississippi State, ending the craziest Commodore World Series run ever.   To recap:  It started with a back and forth contest with Arizona which the Dores finally took in the 12th inning.  Next, a single homerun was the only blemish in Leiter’s otherwise... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Basketball’s Roster Overhaul Continues

Vanderbilt basketball continued its offseason roster overhaul Wednesday with the addition of Gardner-Webb transfer Jamaine Mann.   Mann, a 6’6” 225 lb. forward, averaged 6.8 points, 5,3 rebounds, and 0.7 assists as a freshman this past season with the Runnin’ Bulldogs.  He started 10 of 26 games, shooting 51.6% from the field, 30.8% from three, and... Continue Reading →

Injury Update: Carter Young and Troy Laneve

The injuries keep piling up for the Vandyboys, especially over the last couple weeks. The pitching staff has already been decimated by injuries which include season-ending injures to Michael Doolin and Sam Hliboki, plus Miles Garret and Ethan Smith have been sidelined for quite a while. Unfortunately, the injuries continued this week at Hawkins field.... Continue Reading →

An Update on Ethan Smith and Sam Hliboki

Vanderbilt RHP’s Ethan Smith and Sam Hliboki were considered two of the Commodores biggest weapons coming out of the bullpen going into the 2021 campaign. Unfortunately, this has not quite been the case. This season, Smith is just 1-0 with a 3.09 in only 7 appearances on the year. After taking time off due to... Continue Reading →

Alignment: A New Culture On West End

What do Alabama football, Duke basketball, Notre Dame football, Lakers basketball, UConn women’s basketball, Vanderbilt baseball, Oregon track and field, and Yankees baseball all share?  They each espouse strong cultures that bring accountability to each member of the organization, increasing shared investment in success. It’s true that uniting and defining sets of values are at... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Lands Talented Class of 2022 Duo

At approximately 7:45pm Central Standard Time, Vanderbilt sent shockwaves through college basketball and moved back toward national relevance with the commitments of teammates Lee Dort and Noah Shelby. Growing concerns about Jerry Stackhouse and his ability to recruit at a high level were creeping into the back of the minds of even the most optimistic... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Fires WBB Head Coach Stephanie White

On March 5, Adam Sparks, Vanderbilt’s beat writer for the Tennessean, reported Stephanie White would be returning to coach her sixth season for the Commodores. Not so fast.  On Tuesday, Vandy Athletic Director Candice Lee announced White will not be returning after all. “I want to thank Stephanie for her efforts over these past five... Continue Reading →

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