Finally, an SEC road win: Dores down Dawgs

ATHENS, Ga.-- Back in the starting lineup Wednesday after being replaced for the previous two games, Ross Neltner came up big for Vanderbilt at Stegeman Coliseum. The 6-9 senior hit a pair of buckets and gathered two key rebounds down the stretch to lead the Commodores to a 67-59 win over Georgia, their first SEC road win of the season.
February 6, 2008

Men's Basketball hosts Tusculum tonight

Eight months. Eight excruciating months have passed since a running bank shot from Georgetown's Jeff Green sank Vanderbilt's Final Four hopes, leaving the Commodore fans with lots of questions for the 2007-2008 season. Gone is star forward and leading scorer Derrick Byars, and with him went Dan Cage, Ted Skuchas, and JeJuan Brown, key cogs in Vanderbilt's Sweet 16 run.
November 5, 2007

VIDEO: Neltner discusses Kentucky game

He's the former Mr. Basketball in Kentucky and already owns one victory over the Wildcats as a Commodore. Listen as Ross Neltner discusses the upcoming game on Sunday with the Big Blue.
February 23, 2007

Ross Neltner: USC can't be overlooked

Vanderbilt center Ross Neltner talked to the media on Tuesday and discussed Saturday's loss at Tennessee along with tonight's pivotal game with South Carolina.
February 13, 2007

Photo Gallery: Vanderbilt vs. Northern State

Vanderbilt defeated Northern State, 98-94, on Wednesday night. VandyMania's Stan Jones was there and captured these images.
November 2, 2006

Stallings: Rebounding should improve

In Part II of Kevin Stallings' round-table with the SEC media, the Vandy head coach talks about the expected contributions of Derrck Byars and Ross Neltner, and explains why the 2006-07 Commodores should be a better rebounding team than last year. The Vanderbilt men's team makes its debut Wednesday with an exhibition game against Northern State University.
October 31, 2006

Kevin Stallings summer media comments

Vanderbilt's Kevin Stallings joined other basketball coaches from the Southeastern Conference in a summer teleconference with members of media throughout the region on Monday. Following is a transcript of his session:
July 17, 2006