The Vanderbilt Commodores are back to being the kings of the SEC, and they accomplished this feat in impressive fashion. On Sunday, Vandy and the Ole Miss Rebels entered the bottom of the ninth inning tied at 10 apiece in the championship of the SEC Tournament. The Dores ended up with bases loaded and two outs with catcher Philip Clarke at the plate. After just one pitch thrown by Ryan Olenek, Clarke hit a single up the middle of second base to earn the walk-off win for Vanderbilt.
VANDERBILT WALKS IT OFF TO WIN THE SEC TOURNAMENT!!!!! pic.twitter.com/aSYa27G2mS— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) May 26, 2019
The Rebels put up a challenging fight, but it's the Commodores who have SEC bragging rights for the next year-- and surely a top seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament field.