Alabama Women’s Basketball Outlasts Vanderbilt in Overtime, 77-71

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Looking to gets its first SEC win over a team not named Auburn, the Alabama women’s basketball traveled to the Music City to play Vanderbilt in Memorial Gymnasium on Sunday. On paper, the Crimson Tide and the Commodores appeared to be evenly matched, and they sure played like it, taking the game to overtime. 

Alabama outlasted Vanderbilt 77-71 in a game that featured 24 lead changes and 12 ties. 

Brittany Davis scored 25 points, JaMya Mingo-Young had 20 points and Megan Abrams put up 14. The Crimson Tide shot a whopping 55.1 percent from the field.

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