Men's Hoops: 2004-05 Photo Gallery

Vanderbilt's 2004-05 men's basketball team experienced many peaks and valleys. VandyMania takes a look back at the recently ended season through the lense of the camera.

Kevin Stallings and the Commodores made practice interesting by hosting a 3-point shooting contest that involved some of the local media. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Freshman Shan Foster got Vanderbilt fans excited with this tomahawk dunk against Panamericana early in the season. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Vanderbilt's Julian Terrell gets fouled against Appalachian State. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Vanderbilt's rousing upset win over Alabama raised Vanderbilt fans expectations. Freshman DeMarre Carroll makes an acrobatic move against the Tide. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Alex Gordon gave the Commodores quality minutes in two wins over Tennessee. (AP/Mark Humphrey)

A convincing win at Memorial Gym by Florida caught the Vandy camp off guard. (VUAD / Neil Brake)

Senior Corey Smith was relegated to a sixth man role by mid season but worked his way back into the starting lineup later in the season. (VM/Bryce Wells)

Senior Corey Smith (R) and freshman Alan Mecalfe (L) help stiffle Texas Pan American's offense.

Despite experiencing a shooting slump, junior Dan Cage provided quality minutes off the bench. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Sophomore big manTed Skuchas saw significant action off the bench and started several games. (VM/ Bryce Wells)

Vanderbilt honored seniors Dawid Przybyszewki, Jason Holwerda and Corey Smith at their regular season home final against South Carolina. Vanderbilt picked up a crucial win over the future NIT Champion Gamecocks. (VU/ Neil Brake)

A bubble busting loss to Auburn in the SEC Tournament first round locked Vanderbilt into the NIT. (AP / Bill Haber)

The Vanderbilt team picked up a memorable NIT win at Indiana but the best was yet to come. (VM/ Don Yates)

Corey Smith makes the game winning lay-up against Wichita State. The games last few seconds caught national attention and made ESPN's top 2 plays of the day. (AP Photo)

Wichita State's Paul Miller (45) looks away as fans rush the floor after Vanderbilt's 65-63 win over the Shockers. (AP Photo)

A very talented Memphis Tiger team ended Vanderbilt and Mario Moore's NIT run and season. (AP/Alan Spearman) Top Stories