Category Archives: Tennessee Volunteers Women’s College Basketball

Tennessee fires women’s basketball coach Holly Warlick

Tennessee Lady Volunteers women’s basketball coach Holly Warlick has been fired. She was the leader of the team for the past seven seasons.

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Legendary Lady Vols head coach Pat Summit has died

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher Legendary women’s basketball coach Pat Summit has died. She was 64. Summit, who is the winningest coach in Division ! college basketball history, spent 38-years as the head coach at Tennessee. She’s also credited with changing the women’s game to national prominence. Every one of her players that she coached graduated college. With her

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Warlick receives an extension after first season

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher Tennessee women’s basketball coach Holly Warlick was replacing a legend and also her close friend. The pressure from replacing a legend, like Pat Summit, would make others melt in their first year with the program. But with Warlick, that was not the case. In fact, Tennessee went on to win the Southeastern Conference (SEC)

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Summit felt like she was forced out by the Tennnessee AD in April

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher Former Tennessee women’s basketball Pat Summit has been dealing her Alzheimer’s disease. Now, in a lawsuit by former media director Debby Jennings, it has come to light that Summit felt like she was forced out by the school. In an affidavit, she said she felt like she was being forced out by Tennessee athletic

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Summitt has started a foundation to try to end Alzheimer’s

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher Legendary Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt and her son, Tyler, have formed The Pat Summitt Foundation. The foundation will fund grants in support of Alzheimer’s research, treatment, and education. Summit and her son announced the foundation at halftime of the six-ranked Tennesse vs. number 1 ranked Baylor game today. They are currently accepting

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