Remembering Pat Summitt's incredible coaching career

Pat Summitt won 1,098 games at Tennessee in her 38-year coaching career. Nelson Chenault/USA TODAY Sports

Pat Summitt will be remembered as one of the greatest coaches in college basketball history. She leaves behind an incredible legacy both on and off the court.

Here is a by-the-numbers look at her impact on basketball and the players she coached.

Pat Summitt by the numbers

0: The Lady Vols had zero losing seasons in Summitt's 38-year coaching career at Tennessee. They had more perfect seasons (one) than losing seasons under Summitt.

2: Summitt was part of two Olympic medalist teams. She took home a silver medal as a player and coached a gold-medal-winning team.

8: Only Geno Auriemma (11) and John Wooden (10) have more national championships in women’s or men’s Division I history than Summitt (eight titles).

18: The record for most Final Four appearances in Division I men's and women's basketball history belongs to Summitt, who led Tennessee to the Final Four 18 times.

21: Summitt coached 21 All-Americans at Tennessee.

31: The Lady Vols made 31 NCAA tournament appearances under Summitt, tied with Tara VanDerveer and Andy Landers for most in Division I history.

78: When Summitt retired, 78 of her former players occupied basketball coaching or administrative positions.

112: Tennessee won 112 NCAA tournament games under Summitt, the most in Division I history.

122: All 122 Lady Vols under Summitt who completed their eligibility at Tennessee earned degrees.

1,098: Wins in Summitt's coaching career at Tennessee, most all time by a Division I men's or women's coach.

2000: Summitt was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000. She was named the Naismith Coach of the Century that same year.

8,900: In her first season at Tennessee, Summitt earned a salary of $8,900 ...

1,400,000: Summitt’s compensation for the 2008-09 season was $1.4 million, making her the first women’s coach to earn more than $1 million in a season.

Additional notes

Summitt took the Tennessee head-coaching job in 1974 at the age of 22, two years after Title IX was passed. At that time, women's college basketball was not yet an NCAA-sanctioned sport.

Since the women's NCAA tournament began in 1982, every student-athlete who played four years for Summitt reached the Elite Eight at least once.

Summitt coached the Lady Vols in the 2011-12 season for her 38th and final season, and was given the title of head coach emeritus upon her resignation.

The Arthur Ashe Courage Award was awarded to Summitt in 2012, as well as the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States.

The Pat Summitt Alzheimer's Clinic at the University of Tennessee Medical Center is scheduled to open in December.