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No. 23/25 Tennessee faces off against LSU in the “We Back Pat” weekend game this Sunday at 1 p.m. in Thompson-Boling Arena. The Lady Vols will look to improve their 15-4 regular season record and their 5-1 SEC record, while the Lady Tigers will look to do the same as they currently sit 14-4 …

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No. 23/25 Tennessee fell to No. 3/5 UConn 60-45 at the XL Center on Thursday. The Lady Vols drop to 15-4 on the season and 5-1 in the SEC while the Huskies improve to 17-1 with a 7-0 AAC record. 

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This Thursday, Jan 23, the #23 Tennessee Lady Vols (15-3, 5-1 SEC) travel to Hartford, Conn. to take on the #3/5 UConn Huskies (16-1, 7-0 AAC) in a national showpiece game. Here are some things to know before the game.

The Lady Vols won their two game this past week, as they defeated Florida 78-50, and Alabama 65-53. These two victories helped keep Tennessee inside the top 25 and has them on a four match winning streak. 


Monday night’s matchup between No. 24 Tennessee (15-3, 5-1 SEC) and Alabama (11-7, 1-4 SEC) ended in exciting fashion as Rennia Davis hit the game-winning 3-pointer with .02 seconds left to give Tennessee the 65-63 win at Thompson-Boling Arena.


Monday, the Tennessee Lady Vols welcomed the Alabama Crimson Tide to Thompson-Boling Arena. It came down to the last minute, but Tennessee got the thrilling win over rival Alabama 65-63.

No. 24 Tennessee comes back home for a matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide on Monday night in Thompson-Boling Arena at 7:02 p.m. Tennessee will look to improve its 14-3 record, 4-1 SEC record. 

Tennessee defeated the Florida Gators 78-50 in Exactech Arena, in Gainesville. After Tennessee’s third straight conference win, the Vols now stand at 14-3 overall and 4-1 in the SEC, while Florida dropped to 11-7 on the year with a 2-3 SEC record. 


No. 24 Tennessee will go on the road to play SEC rival FloridaThursday in Gainesville at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center. These two programs will meet for the 57th time on Thursday, with Tennessee leading the series 52-4. 

Tennessee got its second conference win in Oxford, MS over Ole Miss on Thursday. The Lady Vols demolished the Lady Rebels 84-28, finishing with a 56-point win.


The Lady Vols welcomed SEC rival Georgia to Thompson-Boling Arena on Sunday afternoon as the Vols pulled out a 73-56 win. With the win, Tennessee improves to 13-3 on the season and 3-1 in SEC play, while Georgia falls to 10-7 and 1-3 in SEC matchups.

The No. 23 Lady Vols basketball team will face off against the Georgia Bulldogs Sunday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena. Tennessee will look to continue their conference success as they have gone 2-1 in the SEC and 12-3 overall, while Georgia is looking to get to even as they have a 1-2 SE…

The University of Tennessee Women’s basketball team defeated Ole Miss, 84-28 on Thursday night in Oxford, Mississippi. No. 23 Tennessee improved to 12-3 on the season and 2-1 in SEC play, while Ole Miss fell to 8-8 with a 0-3 SEC record.

Kellie Harper’s first conference game as Tennessee’s head coach was one to remember as the Lady Vols defeated Missouri 77-66, at Thompson Boling Arena on Thursday afternoon. No. 22 Tennessee stands at 11-2 and 1-0 in SEC play after today’s win, while Mizzou falls to 3-11, and 0-1 in the SEC.

On Wednesday night, the No. 23 Tennessee women’s basketball team lost to No. 1 ranked Stanford, 78-51, at Maples Pavilion. The loss drops Tennessee to an 8-2 record, while Stanford remains perfect at 10-0. 

The No. 17 Lady Vols basketball team faces off against the Texas Longhorns at Thompson-Boling Arena on Sunday at 2:02 p.m. In their 41st match ever, both teams will look to improve upon their current records. Texas sits at 4-4, while Tennessee is a perfect 7-0, they also lead the series 25-15. 

No. 20 Tennessee defeated Air Force in the schools first ever contest, 81-54 on Sunday in Thompson-Boling Arena. With the win, the Lady Vols open the season 7-0, which is the fifth time in 10 years that they have accomplished this feat. This was also head coach Kellie Harper’s 500th game of …

The University of Tennessee women’s basketball team defeated Stetson on Tuesday night at Thompson-Boling Arena, 73-46. Tennessee improved to 5-0 on the season, while Stetson falls below .500, now sitting at 2-3. 

The Tennessee Lady Vols travel to South Bend, Indiana to face No. 16 Notre Dame Monday night. Both teams enter the game at 2-0 and are looking to grab a third win in this matchup of historical national powers.

Tennessee (2-0) welcomed Central Arkansas (0-1) to Thompson-Boling Arena Thursday night for the home opener of the Kelly Harper area. After a close first half against an inspired Sugar Bear team, the Lady Vols were able to wear down the visitors and grab the 63-36 win. 


Kellie Harper, a former Lady Vol player, was named the head coach of the women’s basketball team in the spring. This season, Harper will begin her tenure as the third head coach since 1974.

Because I studied abroad during last basketball season, my access to watch the Vols and Lady Vols regularly was restricted with the exception of some NCAA tournament appearances showing at sports bars at 3 a.m.

Thursday, the Lady Vols Basketball program held media availability ahead of next week’s exhibition game. Coach Kellie Harper and her players as well her three assistant coaches were all available to the media and the Daily Beacon was there.

Kellie Harper, a former Lady Vol player, was named the head coach of the women’s basketball team in the spring of 2019. This season Harper will begin her tenure as the third head coach since 1974.


The Tennessee men’s and women’s basketball teams will host fans at Thompson-Boling Arena on Oct. 4 for their annual “Rocky Top Tip-Off” event.