NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Keyla Snowden had 22 points, including four 3-pointers. to help No. 19 Kentucky win in Vanderbilt for the first time in 25 years with an 80-71 victory on Sunday.
Bernisha Pinkett added 14 points, and A'dia Mathies and Jennifer O'Neill chipped in with 13 points each for the Wildcats (20-7, 9-5 Southeastern Conference), who moved into third place in the SEC.
Victoria Dunlap, held scoreless the first half, finished with 10.
Freshman Christina Foggie scored a career-high points 23 points and Tiffany Clarke had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Vanderbilt (18-9, 9-5).
Kentucky went on a 7-0 lead to start the second half and regain the lead, 39-35, kick-started by Mathies' 3-pointer.
Dunlap then gave UK a 57-50 advantage on a 3-pointer with 9:07 left, just after Snowden drew a charge. Snowden hit a 3 for a 10-point lead 44 seconds later.
Foggie, who returned the previous game from recurring concussion symptoms, scored 10 of Vanderbilt's first 14 points for a 14-12 Commodores lead. Clarke scored 15 in the first half and Foggie 12.
With the Commodores trailing 63-57, Stephanie Holzer's basket was waived off for her fifth foul. Vanderbilt's bench was called for a technical on the next foul, and the Wildcats hit 3-of-4 on the free throws.
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