No coach in college basketball history -- men's or women's -- has won more games than Tennessee's Pat Summitt.
After surpassing Dean Smith's 879 victories in March 2005 to become the winningest coach in Division I history, Summitt passed another milestone -- 1,000 career victories -- in 2009.
In 38 seasons, Summitt has guided the Lady Vols to eight NCAA championships. Her program has produced 19 State Farm (formerly Kodak) All-Americans, 12 Olympians, more than three dozen professional (ABL, WNBA and overseas) players and a 100 percent graduation rate for Lady Vols who have completed their eligibility at Tennessee.
Summitt also has led the Lady Vols to an NCAA-record 18 Final Four appearances (every Lady Volunteer since 1976 has played in at least one Final Four). Tennessee is the only women's team to play in the NCAA tournament every year since its inception in 1982.
And every season, beginning with Summitt's first in 1974, has produced something special and significant.
A year-by-year look at Summitt's career at Tennessee:
SUMMITT THROUGH THE YEARS
* Record broken Nov. 19, 1999, with 133-60 win over Tennessee-Martin