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2014 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament: Tennessee wins conference championship

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Tennessee's motivation against Kentucky

Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell provided Tennessee with some "bulletin board material" for their 2014 SEC Tournament matchup without even saying a word.


Tennessee's defense wins a SEC championship

Highlights of Tennessee's 71-70 win over Kentucky in the 2014 SEC women's basketball tournament championship game (via utsportstv)


Dance Card: Tennessee, SEC

The grande dames of the SEC aren't done yet.


Video: Meighan Simmons on staying aggressive

Video of an interview with Meighan Simmons discussing how she persevered on a poor shooting night during Tennessee's 86-77 win over Texas A&M on Saturday (via mmcornelius23).


Tennessee's Isabelle Harrison has risen to the top

Isabelle Harrison dominated the paint in Tennessee's 86-77 win over Texas A&M, showing that she's not only one of the top players in her class but also the nation overall.


Tennessee beat Texas A&M, 86-77

David Hooper of SB Nation's Tennessee site Rocky Top Talk writes that it was the Lady Vols' interior play that ended up earning them an 86-77 win over the Texas A&M Aggies, highlighting some impressive rebounding numbers.

Like the LSU game, Tennessee owes the victory to fantastic interior play...they placed A&M's interior rotation in deep foul trouble, with Mitchell picking up four in the first half (!!!), and both Gilbert and Ade limping along with 4 fouls throughout the end game.  Tennessee ended with 17 offensive rebounds - nearly as many as A&M's 20 defensive boards - to finish with 48 total boards on the night.  Just like LSU, early rebounding saved Tennessee early, as very sharp shooting led the Aggies to an early double digit lead while Tennessee struggled from the field.

To discuss the game, head over to our open thread for the day. For more on the tournament, check out our 2014 SEC women's basketball tournament storystream.


Lady Vols freshmen spark comeback against LSU

Tennessee couldn't seem to get anything going early in their SEC Tournament matchup against LSU. It was a pair of freshmen, Andraya Carter and Jordan Reynolds, who gave them the spark they needed to make a comeback and advance.


When will Ariel Massengale return for Tennessee?

Chris Pendley of SB Nation's Rocky Top Talk previewed the Tennessee Lady Vols 2014 SEC Tournament opener against the LSU Lady Tigers today with a key question:

LSU flat won in Knoxville; Tennessee flat won in Baton Rouge (let's ignore the extreme refereeing efforts associated with that game). At this point, we know LSU's strengths and weaknesses - if you don't, check the original previews above - so let's distill this down to one question: Will Ariel Massengale be back?...At this point, Tennessee's seen LSU for 80 minutes (and I can only assume they watched the latest game); LSU's sudden ability to score couldn't come at a worse time, and of the three dangers - Theresa Plaisance, Danielle Ballard, and Jeanna Kenney - at least two need to be shut down. Shanece McKinney, who went off against Alabama, hasn't done too much against Tennessee, so, y'know, keep doing that.

Of course, Ariel Massengale was present for the Lady Vols in Tennessee's loss to LSU, but the team finally seems to be playing to their potential lately and having the primary option in their point guard rotation back would be a major asset.

For more on the game, check out the preview at SBN's Rocky Top Talk.


McFarland shines in SEC tourney loss to Auburn

After Mississippi's loss to Auburn we probably won't get another chance to watch Valencia McFarland this season. And that's a shame.


Missouri's Bri Kulas showed WNBA potential in loss

Mississippi State claimed a win in the first round of the 2014 SEC women's basketball tournament, but it was Missouri's Bri Kulas who stood out by showcasing WNBA potential.

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