Lady Vols head basketball coach Kellie Harper and senior guard/forward Rennia Davis met with the media Thursday to discuss the upcoming season.
Los Angeles Sparks power forward/center Candace Parker, who led the Lady Vols to two national championships in 2007 and 2008, was named the WNBA defensive player of the year on Thursday.
After months of no sports, the WNBA regular season is already coming to a close. Tennessee has seven former players in the WNBA this season, more than any other SEC school. Here’s how each LVFL is doing, according to statistics from wnba.com:
Saturday, it was announced that former Lady Vol Tamika Catchings earned induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of its 2020 class. Catchings, is currently the general manager of the Indiana Fever after a 15-year career with the team, and is the second member asso…
On Saturday, Lady Vol legend Tamika Catchings was announced as one of the nine members to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2020.
A day after Jazmine Massengill announced that she would be entering the transfer portal, Lady Vol guard Zaay Green announced, via Instagram, that she would be entering the portal as well.
The 2019-20 NCAA women’s basketball season was cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but that does not mean that fans can’t take a look back on what happened during the season, and how this team will look during the 2020-21 season.
Rennia Davis added another accolade to her already extensive list of honors. Thursday afternoon the Associated Press released their women’s basketball All-America honors, with Davis receiving an honorable mention.
Lady Vols’ head coach Kellie Harper, spoke to the media on March 17 about the recent Covid-19 outbreak, and how it has impacted the women’s basketball team.
The reach of the coronavirus has found its way to SEC sports. Following the restriction of fan attendance for the NCAA Basketball Tournaments, as well as multiple other conference basketball tournaments, the SEC has announced that until at least March 30 regular season contests on SEC campus…
The SEC Tournament started this past week and the Lady Vols earned a bye during the first round after finishing the regular season with a 20-9 record overall and a 9-6 record in the SEC. They awaited the winner of the Missouri/Ole Miss match and ended up playing the Tigers. Tennessee was abl…
Last night No. 6 seed Tennessee women’s basketball started off their SEC tournament play with a matchup against No. 11 seed Missouri at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina. The Lady Vols were able to defeat the Tigers, overcoming a deficit to grab the 64-15 victory.
The Tennessee Lady Volunteers finished the last week of the season on a positive note. They defeated both Ole Miss and Auburn to finish with a regular season record of 20-9, and with an SEC record of 10-6. They also earned the 6th seed in the SEC women’s tournament, where they will play eith…
Thursday night, Tennessee women’s basketball hosted Ole Miss in Thompson-Boling Arena. The Lady Vols were able to grab the win over the Rebels on senior night by a score of the 77-66.
For their senior night the Lady Vols (19-9, SEC 9-6) brought the heat against Ole Miss (7-21, SEC 0-15), defeating the Rebels 77-66 Thursday night at Thompson-Boling Arena.
The Tennessee Lady Vols entered this week on a four game losing streak. They lost to No. 22/25 Arkansas to extend their skid to five games, but were able to get back on track against Vanderbilt and find their way back to the win column.
Tennessee defeated in-state rival Vanderbilt at Thompson-Boling Arena on Sunday afternoon, 67-63. The Lady Vols improve to 18-9 on the season and 8-6 in SEC play while the Commodores fall below .500 with a 13-14 record, and 3-11 in conference play.
Tennessee hosts in-state rival Vanderbilt at Thompson Boling Arena on Sunday at noon. The Lady Vols are currently 17-9 on the season and 7-6 in SEC play, while the Commodores stand at 13-13 with a 3-10 conference record.
The Lady Vols were defeated by the No. 22 Arkansas Razorbacks, 83-75, at Bud Walton Arena. Tennessee falls to 17-9 on the season and 7-6 in the SEC, while Arkansas improves to 21-5 overall, and 9-4 in the SEC.
Tennessee goes up against No. 22 Arkansas on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Lady Vols currently sit at 17-8 on the season and 7-5 in SEC play, while Arkansas is 20-5 overall and 8-4 in conference.
No. 25 Tennessee continued its recent skid, dropping matches to both LSU and No. 16/18 Texas A&M. After the past week, Tennessee stands at 17-8 on the season and 7-5 in the SEC play. They now sit in seventh place in the SEC and have just four games remaining until the SEC Tournament.
No. 25 Tennessee lost to No. 16 Texas A&M by a final score of 73-71. The Lady Vols started strong, leading the Aggies 15-12, but could not keep this up for the rest of the game.
No. 25 Tennessee dropped a playoff-esque match against No. 16/18 Texas A&M on Sunday at Thompson-Boling Arena. With their 73-71 loss, the Lady Vols drop to 17-8 on the season and 7-5 in the SEC, while the Aggies climbs to 20-5 overall with an 8-4 SEC record.
The No. 25 Lady Vols lost at Pete Maravich Assembly Center, 75-65, as the LSU Tigers scored 26 points in the final quarter. Tennessee now falls to 17-7 on the season and 7-4 in the SEC. LSU, on the other hand, rises to 18-5, with a 8-3 SEC record.
Thursday the No. 25 Tennessee women’s travels to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to face LSU. This comes following the earlier game between these two teams in which the Lady Vols defeated the Tigers 63-58.
The No. 23 Tennessee women’s basketball team has played just one game since the last round of grades. The lone game of the past week brought a loss at the hands of No. 8 Mississippi State in Thompson-Boling Arena. The final score of the game was 72-55.
On Thursday night, the No. 23 Lady Vols held their own for the first quarter and a half against the No. 8 Bulldogs but could not keep up with Mississippi State’s high-powered offense as they fell 72-55.
No. 23 Tennessee went toe to toe with No. 8 Mississippi State during the first quarter of the game, but was unable to keep pace with the Bulldogs and were eventually defeated 72-55, at Thompson-Boling Arena. With the loss, Tennessee drops to 17-6 on the season and 7-3 in the SEC, while Missi…
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No. 22 Tennessee split its past two games against Vanderbilt and No. 1 South Carolina. The Lady Vols defeated Vanderbilt, 78-69, but lost to South Carolina 69-48. Tennessee now stands at 17-5 on the season and 7-2 in the SEC.
Tennessee will look to bounce back against Mississippi State, following a devastating blow out in Columbia, South Carolina where they fell to the Gamecocks by a score of 69-48. The Lady Vols (17-5) will host the Bulldogs (20-3) in Thompson-Boling Arena on Thursday as they look to steal a cru…
No. 22 Tennessee was defeated by the No. 1/2 South Carolina Gamecocks 69-48, in Colonial Life Arena on Sunday. The Lady Vols drop to 17-5 on the season and are now 7-2 in SEC play, while South Carolina improves to 21-1, and 8-1 in the SEC.
The Tennessee Lady Vols’ Rennia Davis has been named the SEC women’s basketball player of the week after putting up 16, 16 and 30 points against Alabama, No.3 UConn and LSU respectively. Davis also hit a game-winning three in the Crimson Tide game as she pulled up from deep on a step back wi…
“We Back Pat” night saw the No. 23 Lady Vols play host to the surging LSU Tigers inside of a rowdy Thompson-Boling Arena. The 15-4 Lady Vols bounced back from Thursday’s loss at No. 3 UCONN with a 63-58 win over LSU.
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 …
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.
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.