An Olympic gold medal and WNBA stardom are part of her legacy. But what Chamique Holdsclaw did at Tennessee remains the closest to her heart.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/12W 87-49
- 11/15W 89-60
- 11/20W 68-56
- 11/2320W 101-99
- 11/24W 79-69
- 11/25W 69-49
- 11/30W 77-34
- 12/3W 104-51
- 12/6W 131-69
- 12/102W 82-75
- 12/17W 90-61
- 12/2118W 83-71
- 12/31W 63-49
- 1/4W 70-59
- 1/7W 86-73
- 1/1117L 79-76
- 1/149W 86-70
- 1/185L 84-70
- 1/213L 71-52
- 1/25W 75-66
- 1/28L 70-59
- 2/114W 82-67
- 2/4W 74-64
- 2/8W 90-85
- 2/1118W 62-46
- 2/15L 72-63
- 2/1813L 77-73
- 2/22W 70-42
- 2/257W 65-46
- 3/1W 64-61
- 3/28L 73-62
- 3/1614W 100-60
- 3/186L 66-59
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They helped create the sport's top rivalry. But as much as they are associated with Geno and Pat, Chris Dailey and Mickie DeMoss have their own legacies.
- Tennessee forces out chancellor Davenport
- Vols add Washington St. grad transfer Brown
- Ex-Lady Vols star Charles-Furlow dies at 49
- Tennessee, former AD reach $2.5M settlement
Tennessee chancellor Beverly Davenport is being forced out after a 15-month tenure that saw upheaval within the football program and the athletic department.
Washington State graduate transfer Lou Brown will play her final season of eligibility at Tennessee.
Daedra Charles-Furlow, a two-time national champion at Tennessee and a Women's Basketball Hall of Famer, has died at the age of 49.
Diamond DeShields, the third pick in the draft, knows critics aren't sold on her yet. But she brings a new outlook back from a pro season in Turkey.
Former Tennessee athletic director John Currie has reached a $2.5 million settlement with the school after being fired after eight months on the job and in the middle of a football coaching search.
On Sunday, Tennessee suffered its first home loss in NCAA tournament history and fell short of the Sweet 16 in back-to-back seasons for the first time. So the question will come again: Is coach Holly Warlick the right person to keep leading the Lady Vols?
The Beavers became the first team to beat the Lady Vols on their home court in the history of the women's NCAA tournament -- not by playing the game of their lives but by playing like themselves for three quarters.
Tennessee lost for the first time at home in women's NCAA Tournament history when Marie Gulich had 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead sixth-seeded Oregon State to a 66-59 win on Sunday .
Oregon State's first win over Tennessee sent the Beavers to the Sweet 16 -- but also marked the first time in program history that Tennessee missed the Sweet 16 in back-to-back seasons, and the Lady Vols' first home loss in 58 NCAA tournament games.
Freshman Rennia Davis scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in her women's NCAA Tournament debut as No. 3 seed Tennessee pulled away in the second half to beat No. 14 Liberty 100-60 in the first round on Friday.
While senior Marie Gulich led No. 6 Oregon State with 29 points and 15 rebounds, sophomores Mikayla Pivec and Kat Tudor were just as instrumental in leading the Beavers to a matchup against No. 3 Tennessee.
Can Kelsey Mitchell and Ohio State make it to the Final Four in Columbus? Is top-seeded Louisville in the toughest region? Is Texas' Brooke McCarty the next Morgan William? And what are the best games and players to see in the early rounds?