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Vanderbilt at Wisconsin-Milwaukee
November 30, 2001


MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Chantelle Anderson made her first 12 shots on the way to scoring 35 points to lead No. 4 Vanderbilt to a 79-64 victory over UW-Milwaukee on Friday night.

Anderson was 10-of-10 in the first half as Vanderbilt (8-1) built a 44-29 lead after trailing early.

UW-Milwaukee (3-3) led 17-15 before Candice Storey started a 15-0 run that included six points by Anderson.

Anderson, who led the nation by shooting 70 percent from the field as a sophomore, scored both inside and outside in her 21-point first half. Her only blemish was a missed free throw.

Zuzi Klimesova scored 11 of her 18 points in the first half. She combined with Anderson to outscore the Panthers 31-29 in the half. Jillian Danker added 14 points.

Jessica Wilhite had 14 points and Stefanie Kaufmann and Maria Viall 12 apiece for UWM.

The Commodores opened the second half with a 9-2 run that included a layup and 3-pointer by Anderson to increase the lead to 53-31. The Panthers couldn't get closer than 13 the rest of the game.

Anderson finished 15-of-18, missing her first shot with 15:15 to play.

The Commodores shot 58 percent (30-for-52) for the game. UWM shot 40 percent (25-for-63), including 6-of-22 on 3-pointers.

Vanderbilt will host James Madison Sunday afternoon at 4 pm at the Gaylord Entertainment Center.


VU Head Coach Jim Foster:
On Wisconsin-Milwaukee's play -
"They played really hard. They competed for 40 minutes. We thought we could score inside on them and we got good looks."

On Chantelle Anderson (went 15-18 from the field):
"She is a player who could graduate with the best field goal percentage in the country. She has a soft touch and can catch the ball."

Zuzi Klimesova
On Playing in front of hometown crowd:
"It was very exciting for me. I've seen some people outside of the gym and it was very exciting to see more people here tonight to see me play. My host family (Shepherds) prepared a meal for our team and it was great. (Chantelle Anderson added it was "delicious").

On the game:
"We could have been better defensively. They (UWM) did a great job they put us to the test. They were really aggresive offensively and defensively throughout the game.

Chantelle Anderson
On her hot hitting streak:
"As of late that is unusual - my shots wre going tonight. When we execute our offense, we get great shots. I had great passes from my teammates and it's a little easier when you hit some perimeter shots early.


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