Vanderbilt’s Enrique Bradfield Jr. got some national recognition for stealing home in the Commodores’ Tuesday game. ESPN featured the play during the Top 10 plays segment on “SportsCenter.” Bradfield made No. 3.

No. 25 Vanderbilt trailed Indiana State 7-6 in the bottom of the 9th on Tuesday night. Brafield was on third base with 2 outs when he took off for home. He successfully tied the game at 7, keeping the Vandy Boys alive.

Bradfield’s baserunning later helped make it a Vanderbilt victory. Bradfield stole second, reached third on an error and scored on a single to give the Commodores the 8-7 walk-off win. Tim Corbin’s squad is now 32-15 overall. VU is 12-12 in conference play heading into a key series at No. 5 Arkansas.

A former Vanderbilt standout also made the Top 10. Tony Kemp had the top play in the segment.