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

Tennessee smothered their opponents for three straight days in the SEC tournament, including holding Kentucky to just seven field goals in the second half of the title game.

Dance Card: Tennessee, SEC

Will we see consistency from the Lady Vols?


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.

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.

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.

Tom Collen out as coach at Arkansas

"As part of a continuous and thoughtful evaluation of our women’s basketball program and its future, I have come to the conclusion a change in leadership is appropriate for our program," Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long said. "Our program has not made the progress necessary to position Razorback women’s basketball to challenge for Southeastern Conference championships and consistently compete in the NCAA Tournament. The goals for our women’s basketball program remain the same and we will conduct a search to identify a head coach who we believe can help us attain those goals."

Arkansas Athletics

McFarland shines in SEC tourney loss to Auburn

Mississippi's loss to Auburn means 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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