Kwane Doster: Memories in Photos

The Vanderbilt community lost an outstanding football player and person on Sunday morning. In our continuing efforts to help remember this fine, young, person, VandyMania has compiled a gallery of photos of Kwane Doster.
December 27, 2004

At times like these, words fail

Eventually, for us Vandy loyalists, the numbness will wear off. Kwane Doster's teammates will eventually gather themselves, and rally for a 2005 season that will likely be dedicated to him. In the meantime, however... there are simply no words.
December 27, 2004

VU tailback tragically slain in Tampa

Vanderbilt student-athlete Kwane Doster, well-known to Commodore fans as a game-breaking running back for the football squad, tragically died early Sunday from injuries sustained in a shooting in his hometown of Tampa, Fla.
December 26, 2004

Dores draw inspiration from upsets

NASHVILLE-- Vanderbilt travels to the intimidating venue known as Death Valley this weekend as it takes on the defending national champions. A daunting task, no doubt, but the Commodores can at least take two scores with them from Saturday as they prepare for the battle with the Tigers of LSU: Mississippi State 38, Florida 31. LSU 24, Troy 21.
October 26, 2004

Views from the locker room

VandyMania spoke with junior tailback Kwane Doster, junior quarterback Jay Cutler and sophomore receiver Marlon White in the press room Saturday following Vanderbilt's 19-7 win over Eastern Kentucky.
October 24, 2004

Dores win ugly, down Colonels 19-7

Eastern Kentucky outgained Vanderbilt and ran more offensive plays. But on a soggy afternoon at Vanderbilt Stadium, the Commodores still emerged with a 19-7 victory over the Colonels from the Ohio Valley Conference. Kwane Doster picked up 117 yards rushing in the victory.
October 23, 2004

Vanderbilt vs. Ole Miss: Breaking down the game

Vanderbilt and Ole Miss meet in football for the 79th time Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford (11:30 CT), and both teams are looking for a measure of redemption after disappointing starts. Only one team, however, will find it. What will it take for Vanderbilt to snap the current four-year losing streak to the Rebels? Here are some players and matchups Commodore fans will want to watch.
September 17, 2004

Tailback tandem: Vandy hits 'em with a 1-9 punch

Vanderbilt coach Bobby Johnson said Monday that Norval McKenzie should start at tailback Saturday vs. South Carolina (11:30 a.m. CT), but that McKenzie and Kwane Doster should both see plenty of carries. Doster and McKenzie both spoke with VandyMania recently about playing time and their expectations for the coming season.
August 31, 2004