2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
20-12, 5th in SEC
Lady Vols manager shines as inspiration for team (5:00)
Louisville pulls away to knock off Tennessee (0:51)
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9dGraham Hays

Moore, Durr set up Louisville for success

Mariya Moore's 19 points and confident shooting carried the Cardinals until leading scorer Asia Durr found her shot and led Louisville past Tennessee and into the Sweet 16.

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11dGraham Hays

Lady Vols, Cardinals to clash in second round

Fifth-seeded Tennessee and No. 4 seed Louisville have endless potential -- but almost as many question marks. Both hope to play their best ball when they meet Monday in the second round.

Tennessee holds off Dayton 66-57 (0:34)
Volunteers need to make most of favorable seed (2:46)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Connecticut has played 100 games as a 1 seed (91-9 in such games). Tennessee is next with 98 such games. No other women's team has played more than 43 games as a 1 seed.

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16dSusie Arth

Tennessee recruit Hayes nabs Gatorade award

It's been a great couple days for Tennessee recruit Anastasia Hayes. First a state title, then a Gatorade state player of the year award. UConn recruit Megan Walker can say the exact same thing.

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West Virginia's upset of Baylor overhauls Bracketology

Baylor remains a No. 1 seed after losing to West Virginia in Monday's Big 12 final. But the Lady Bears are now the top team in the Stockton Regional. South Carolina is No. 1 in Oklahoma City, and is joined by Texas as the 3-seed.

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Tennessee lands at No. 1 in recruiting rankings

First it was Louisville. Then it was Connecticut. Now, after a late commitment from Rennia Davis, Tennessee claims the No. 1 spot in the 2017 recruiting class rankings.

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22dSusie Arth

Tennessee recruit named Wootten POY

She has a gold medal, a scholarship to Tennessee and a roster spot at the McDonald's All American Games. Now Evina Westbrook of Oregon's South Salem is the Morgan Wootten player of the year.

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Bracketology: Back-to-back upsets boost Mountaineers

Six NCAA bids were won Sunday, but West Virginia made one of the biggest statements by bouncing Texas in the Big 12 semifinals. Pac-12 champ Stanford replaced the Longhorns as a No. 2 seed -- and the Mountaineers improved to a No. 8.

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Bracketology: Purdue in, Auburn out

In reaching the Big Ten final, Purdue played itself into the NCAA tournament -- and helped bumped Ohio State to a No. 5 seed. DePaul replaced the Buckeyes as a host in our latest projection through Saturday's games.