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2019 Schedule
19-13, 8th in SEC
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15dMechelle Voepel

Ex-Lady Vols guard Westbrook headed to UConn

Evina Westbrook, who caused a stir in March when she said "steps need to be taken" with the Lady Vols staff, announced Friday she will transfer to UConn.

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Co-scoring leader Westbrook leaves Lady Vols

Guard Evina Westbrook, who tied for the Lady Vols' lead with 14.9 points per game and had a team-high 5.3 assists per game, has opted to transfer to another school.

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Kellie Harper returns home to coach Tennessee

Kellie Harper led Tennessee to national championships as a player for Pat Summitt. Next, she hopes to restore the Lady Vols to prominence.

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2019 recruits reaffirm commitment to Lady Vols

All three players in Tennessee's 2019 recruiting class -- including No. 2 prospect Jordan Horston -- have reaffirmed their commitment to the Lady Vols and new coach Kellie Harper.

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Auriemma: Impatient fans await next Vols coach

UConn coach Geno Auriemma said the fan base at Tennessee will not have a lot of patience for whoever replaces Holly Warlick as women's basketball coach.

Do the Lady Vols need to make a coaching change? (1:13)

Lady Vols bounced in 1st round for just 2nd time

Tennessee's 38th consecutive appearance in the women's NCAA tournament didn't last long as the Lady Vols were bounced in the first round for just the second time ever, falling 89-77 to UCLA.

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Tennessee among seven tourney bubble teams

The selection committee has unveiled the eight teams on the bubble for the women's NCAA tournament. Only four will make it into the field.

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Lady Vols' NCAA chances take hit with MSU loss

Anriel Howard scored 26 points, Southeastern Conference player of the year Teaira McCowan had 17 points and 13 rebounds as No. 5 Mississippi State opened its try for a first league tournament title with an 83-68 victory over Tennessee on Friday.