On Thursday, a select few Lady Vols who have made their names known on the court found out where they would be continuing their venerated careers.
With the 2017-2018 basketball season wrapped up for Tennessee, all eyes are now on the future and next season, which promises a roster different than the kind fans have become accustomed to.
The No. 6-seed Oregon State Beavers entered their matchup with Tennessee on Sunday leading the NCAA in team 3-point shooting percentage, making 40.7 percent of their 3-pointers per game. They were also averaging almost nine three-point shots per game.
Statistics regarding turnovers haven’t been in Tennessee’s favor most of this season. But that narrative was flipped on its head Friday.
After picking up a 64-61 victory against the No. 10-seed Auburn Tigers on Thursday night with an emotional last-second 3-pointer from freshman Rennia Davis, the No. 7-seed Lady Vols seemed to have the momentum of a rock rolling downhill.
The Tennessee women’s basketball team traveled to Nashville on Thursday to participate in the second round of the SEC Women’s Basketball tournament, facing the No. 10-seed Auburn Tigers, an opponent the No. 7-seed Lady Vols (No. 12, Associated Press poll) beat earlier in the year, 70-59.
The Tennessee women’s basketball team (23-6, 11-5 SEC) welcomed the No. 7 South Carolina Gamecocks (23-6, 12-4 SEC) to Knoxville for the final game of the regular season before the SEC Tournament.
The Tennessee women’s basketball team faced what could have been considered a must-win scenario when it traveled to Gainesville to take on the Florida Gators in an important SEC matchup.
With exactly a week left until SEC Tournament play tips off, the Tennessee women’s basketball team (21-6, 9-5 SEC) is looking to pick up a pivotal road win after suffering two disappointing losses in a row.
The Tennessee women’s basketball (21-6, 9-5 SEC) made history again, though not in the way it would have liked. After losing at home for the first time against Alabama on Thursday, No. 11 Tennessee lost to No. 13 Missouri on the road in Columbia for just the second time since the teams first…
On Sunday, the Tennessee women’s basketball team (21-5, 9-4 SEC) was sitting high after an easy and pivotal victory against the then-No. 18 Georgia Bulldogs that put the No. 11 Lady Vols in a firm tie for second place in the SEC heading down the homestretch towards the SEC Tournament.
After facing a brutal stretch of six games in which it lost four, the Tennessee women’s basketball team (20-4, 9-3 SEC) seems to have righted the ship lately, picking up four straight wins against SEC opponents to place itself in a three-way tie for second place in the conference.
The Tennessee women’s basketball team welcomed in the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation for 2017, with some of the nation’s top talent now donning Lady Vols jerseys.
The No. 11 Tennessee women’s basketball team (21-4, 9-3 SEC) welcomed the No. 18 Georgia Bulldogs (21-4, 9-3 SEC) to Knoxville on Sunday afternoon for a contest that had the makings of a stellar chess match between two evenly matched teams.
The Tennessee women’s basketball team (20-4, 8-3 SEC) had hit the road for five of its last eight games before it traveled to Fayetteville to face the unranked Arkansas Razorbacks (12-12, 3-8 SEC) at Bud Walton Arena.
In 1980, Holly Warlick was a standout point guard for the Tennessee women’s basketball team near the end of a collegiate career that saw her set multiple program records, including a still-standing mark of steals in a season (141).
After leading the Tennessee women’s basketball team to two straight wins, including a victory over No. 14 Texas A&M, Jaime Nared has been rewarded for her plays on the court.
When asked how a win against No. 14 Texas A&M would affect No. 12 Tennessee’s confidence, freshman guard Evina Westbrook's focus was on her locker room.
The last outing that the No. 12 Tennessee women’s basketball team (18-4, 6-3 SEC) had against the No. 14 Texas A&M Aggies earlier this year did not go in its favor.
Since starting out with a 15-0 record, the No. 12 Tennessee women’s basketball team has gone cold as of late, losing four of its last six games, including a disappointing 70-59 loss to the unranked LSU Tigers on the road.
The previous four games had been tough on the No. 10-ranked Lady Vols, including road tilts against then-No. 5 Notre Dame and then-No. 9 South Carolina and three straight games against top-10 teams.
Needing a reprieve after a tough stretch that resulted in a 1-3 record over four games, No. 10 Tennessee found no remedy for its weariness on Thursday night.
After starting the season with an impressive 15-0 record, the No. 10 Tennessee women’s basketball team has lost three of their last four contests, all of which were against nationally ranked teams, and two of which were against top-10 teams.
On a relatively young and inexperienced Lady Vols roster, the foundation of this particularly successful 16-3 season thus far has been built on the efforts of seniors' Jaime Nared and Mercedes Russell.
Sunday’s contest between the No. 6 Tennessee women’s basketball team (16-3, 4-2 SEC) and the No. 3 Mississippi State Bulldogs (20-0, 6-0 SEC) was a very special game, and not just because it was a match up between two top-10 teams.
The No. 6 Tennessee women’s basketball team has faced one of the toughest stretches in the nation, playing three straight road games against ranked teams, two of which are ranked in the top 10 nationally.
The No. 6 Tennessee women’s basketball team (17-1) is on game three of a brutal four game stretch. Thursday night, they entered South Bend, Indiana, to take on the No. 5 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (16-2) on the heels of a 16-point win over the No. 10 South Carolina Gamecocks.
After moving past a lineup that featured Associated Press Top-25 teams Texas A&M and South Carolina, No. 6 Tennessee’s tough road stretch is about to come to an end.
The Daily Beacon staff writer Will Backus assesses who members of the Tennessee women’s basketball team would be if they were characters from the Star Wars universe.
There were two large storylines to watch as the No. 6 Lady Vols traveled to Columbia, South Carolina to take on the No. 9 South Carolina Gamecocks.
The No. 6 Tennessee women’s basketball team is off to its best stretch since the 2010-2011 season, in which it won 25 games in a row. The Lady Vols are sitting at 15-0 for the fourth time in school history, holding just one of three undefeated records in the nation.
The No. 7 Tennessee women’s basketball (15-0) team welcomed the Vanderbilt Commodores (4-13) to Knoxville for a game that had upset written all over it.