The Vanderbilt women's basketball program has decided to end its season early.
Every player on No. 5 South Carolina scores a bucket in the Gamecocks' 106-43 blowout victory over Vanderbilt.
- Vanderbilt women's hoops ending season early
- S.C.-Ole Miss among women's games postponed
- Vandy women stay inside locker room for anthem
- Vandy cancels opener due to issues with virus
The coronavirus continues to impact schedules of women's basketball teams, including in the SEC, where both Vanderbilt and Ole Miss are dealing with recent positive tests, contact tracing and quarantining.
Vanderbilt's women's basketball team, saying they feel the responsibility to be role models, will stay inside the locker room during the national anthem this season "in the pursuit of social justice and equity for all."
Vanderbilt canceled its women's basketball season opener due to a lack of available players.
Vanderbilt has hired Louisiana Tech athletic director Tommy McClelland and Kristene Kelly from Dartmouth as deputy athletic directors.
Vanderbilt has named Candice Lee athletic director, making her the first female and African American woman to hold the post in the SEC.
Unique Thompson and Daisa Alexander powered a 17-2 fourth-quarter run and Auburn beat Vanderbilt 77-67 in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament on Wednesday.
Mariella Fasoula scored nine of her 24 points in the fourth quarter and Vanderbilt used a 15-3 run over the last 5 1/2 minutes to close the regular season on Sunday with a 70-64 upset of No. 15 Kentucky.
Freshman Aliyah Boston had 12 points and 14 rebounds and No. 1 South Carolina used its relentless defense for a big run in the first quarter en route to its 19th straight win, 95-44 over Vanderbilt on Monday night.
Chennedy Carter scored 18 points shooting 8 of 12 from the field and 16th-ranked Texas A&M was never threatened in a 74-53 win over Vanderbilt on Thursday night.
Vanderbilt athletic director Malcolm Turner has stepped down after one year on the job. He will be replaced in the interim by Candice Lee, who will become the SEC's first black female AD.
Rennia Davis scored 16 of her 22 points in the second half and No. 22 Tennessee shook off Vanderbilt in the fourth quarter for a 78-69 win on Thursday night.
Jessika Carter scored 10 of her 22 points in the first quarter and ninth-ranked Mississippi State held off Vanderbilt 68-52 Thursday night for a rare victory at Memorial Gym.
Alexis Tolefree scored a career-high 25 points, Amber Ramirez added 18 points, and No. 23 Arkansas beat Vanderbilt 100-66 on Sunday.
Zia Cooke scored 17 points to lead five in double figures and fourth-ranked South Carolina routed Vanderbilt 93-57 on Sunday to position the Gamecocks for a possible move up to No. 1 for the first time this season.
Megan Walker scored 25 points, and the fourth-ranked UConn Huskies beat Vanderbilt 64-51 Wednesday night in the program’s first game at Memorial Gym since 1992.