Friars (67) @ Commodores (60)

Friday, Nov 22, 2013, 6:45 PM EST

Virgin Islands Sports/Fitness Center - St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Late surge puts Providence above Vanderbilt

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It looked bad for 30 minutes, but with 10:34 to go and down 16 the Providence Friars found a way to dismantle the Vanderbilt Commodores and win the first round of the Paradise Jam tournament, 67-60.

Countdown: Providence vs. Vanderbilt

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The Providence Friars, off to a 4-0 start, are looking to extend their success into St. Thomas for the Virgin Islands Paradise Jam Tournament. Their first opponent, Vanderbilt Commodores, will be...

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