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Tennessee Lady Vols Womens Basketball Tickets

Tennessee Lady Vols Womens Basketball tickets

Tennessee Lady Vols Women's Basketball Tickets

The Schedule in 2013-2014

One of the most impressive college basketball programs in the country, regardless of gender, Tennessee Lady Vols basketball has set the gold standard on what a successful college sports program looks like. Led by Hall of Fame coach Pat Summit from 1974-2012, the Lady Vols have won eight National Championships, all under Summit, the Lady Vols can compete with any men's basketball team when it comes to program success. With Head Coach Holly Warlick now at the helm, the Lady Vols are showing no signs of slowing down. Their losses so far this have all come to ranked teams, and the Vols just keep doing what they do best, win.

The Southeast Conference is so incredibly tough this year and the in-conference schedule is like a who's who of the Top 25. Another ranked program is heading to Knoxville to take on The Lady Vols on February 10 when the Vanderbilt Commodores come to Thompson-Boling Arena. The Commodores are enjoying a very good year with great wins over ranked programs like Georgia, LSU and the Lady Vols when they met in Nashville earlier this season. The Lady Vols will be looking for revenge and will definitely be working to protect their home floor. The SEC is neck and neck this year and the winner of this game will gain a much needed boost in the win column.

Another game that must be circled on any basketball fan's calendar is the final regular season game when the Lady Vols take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in Knoxville on March 2. Everyone in the SEC is currently looking up at the Gamecocks this season and the Lady Vols know that they have to win this game if they want to take control of the Conference heading into the SEC Tournament. The Gamecocks are having an excellent season, mowing down every team they face. Terrific freshmenAlaina Coates and Dawn Staley are leading the Gamecocks this season, and the Lady Vols know who they will need to slow down if they are going to come away with the win. The emotions will be running high at the last home game of the season and this is one matchup that a true college basketball fan will not want to miss.

The Conference

In women's college basketball, the Southeast Conference, or SEC, is as dominant as the SEC is in football. There are nationally ranked teams up and down the standings and every week there is something on the line for each opponent. Made up of powerhouse programs like Tennessee, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and South Carolina, the SEC is always a force to be reckoned with for the rest of the country. With all of their regular season success though, it has been since 2008 that an SEC team has reached the National Championship game. This might be the year the trend changes because the SEC looks tougher than ever. The Conference Tournament will be one of the toughest ever, so fans will need to get out and cheer for their team, they might just be the difference when the race is this tight.

The Team

The Tennessee Lady Vols are the most successful women's college basketball program in the sport's history with a long, long list of conference titles, tournament appearances, tournament wins and, of course, National Championships. Most of this success has come under legendary coach Pat Summit. Summit, a Hall of Famer, led the Lady Vols to 8 National Championships and 16 SEC Tournament Championships during her illustrious career. The Lady Vols won three straight National Championships from 1995-1998. Pat Summit is as successful as any of her male counterparts and continues to inspire countless girls across the country to reach for the stars.

The 2013-2014 Lady Vols are having a great year in a very tough Southeast Conference. They have no signs of slowing down since Pat Summit handed the team over to Lady Vols legend and new Head Coach Holly Warlick. Led by players like Meighan Simmons and Bashaara Graves, the Lady Vols seem poised to make a run for the Final Four after an uncharacteristic drought.

Tennessee Lady Vols Trivia

How many consecutive NCAA Women's Tournament appearances have the Lady Vols made?

The Lady Vols have appeared in every single NCAA Women's Tournament since its inception in 1981, one of the most incredible streaks in all of sports.

The Experience

The atmosphere at a Lady Vols game is absolutely electric, with fans packing Thompson-Boling Arena every home game to cheer on their Lady Vols. There are so many incredible traditions when the players hit Pat Summit Floor, including the singing of the famed song "Rocky Top" and fans donning orange and white. Basketball is a sport best seen live and there may be no better gameday experience than seeing a Lady Vols game at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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