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Washington State vs. Vanderbilt
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 03/17/2007
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March 17, 2007

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--Vanderbilt's Shan Foster and Ted Skuchas each scored four points in the second overtime as the Commodores outscored Washington State 9-5.

--The Commodores took their first lead at 13-11 with 12:57 left in the first half and the Cougars responded with a 9-0 run to assume a 20-13 advantage at the 6:52 mark.

--Washington State held Vanderbilt without a field goal for 8:25 in the first half...marked the 11th straight opponent and the 14th this season the Cougars have held without a field goal for at least 5:00.

--Vanderbilt missed its first six 3-point attempts...finished the game 10-for-27, including 9-for-19 in the second half and overtime.

--Cougar forward Daven Harmeling missed a 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds left in regulation and the game tied at 60...Vanderbilt forward Shan Foster missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer in the first overtime with the game tied at 69.

--WSU junior Kyle Weaver tallied eight assists and four steals, raising his single-season totals to 157 and 74, respectively...both marks are second all-time on the WSU singe-season lists...steals are a Cougar junior class record.

--WSU junior Derrick Low handed out three assists and raised his career total to 201...became the 16th Cougar to record 200 or more assists in his career...also finished with a team-high 21 points.

--Senior Ivory Clark finished his career with 53 blocks this season and 84 in his career, including two today and eight in the NCAA Tournament...season total is fourth best and career mark ranks ninth all-time in Cougar history.

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