Alabama women’s basketball makes history in 88-70 win over Vanderbilt
Christy Curry and the Alabama women’s basketball team made history on Thursday night by defeating the Vanderbilt Commodores 88-70.
The victory was the 20th in the regular season, and this is the first time the women’s program has achieved such a result since the 1997-98 season. The win also gave Tide nine SEC wins in the regular season, the first time since the 1997–98 season.
Brittany Davis helped Tide to victory with her impressive stats. Davis finished the game with 16 points, eight assists, five rebounds and five steals.
Alabama is currently ranked fourth in the SEC with an overall record of 20-6 and a conference record of 9-4.
Next up for the ladies will be a road trip to Starkville on Sunday to take on Mississippi State.
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