Tennessee Lady Vols Women's Basketball Schedule
The Tennessee Lady Vols are hands down one of the greatest women's
college basketball programs in the history of the sport and have a winning tradition that would be impressive in any sport.
As we sit on the precipice of another college hoops season there is a tangible air of excitement in Knoxville. The Lady Vols
are looking to improve even further upon a 2013-2014 season that saw them finish second in the SEC. Life in the SEC is never
easy as Tennessee has to go to battle with many of the best teams in the country during the regular season. Thompson-Boling
Arena is the home of the Lady Vols and is one of the most electric arenas in all of college basketball. It is looking as though
the 2014-2015 season could be one of the most memorable in the storied Lady Vols history, and you will not want to miss a
single second of all the action. Be sure to get your tickets to see the Lady Vols playing at Thompson-Boling Arena from StubHub
soon, as tickets for all of the biggest games do not stay on sale for long.
The Lady Vols play their first home game
of the 2014-2015 season against the Carson Newman Eagles on November 9th with tip-off at 2:00 PM. There are numerous other
opportunities to see the Lady Vols at Thompson-Boling Arena with games against the Penn Quakers, the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles,
the Tennessee State Lady Tigers, the St. Francis PA Red Flash, the Wichita Shockers, the Stanford Cardinal, and the Oregon
State Beavers all scheduled before the SEC regular season even starts. When conference play finally begins the Lady Vols will
face off against all of their toughest foes including South Carolina, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Vanderbilt,
Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. There is an abundance of chances to find your way to
Thompson-Boling Arena to show the Tennessee Lady Vols your support, just choose the games you plan on attending and prepare
yourself for an amazing time.
The Tennessee Lady Vols are one of the premier college hoops programs
in the nation. Former coach Pat Summit is the winningest head coach in women's college basketball history, having won over
900 games. In addition to their legendary coach, the Lady Vols have produced some of the best players in the history of women's
college basketball, many of whom have gone on to successful WNBA careers. From being consistently ranked at the top of the
national polls, to impressive home victory streaks, to National Championships the Lady Vols have definitely earned their reputation
as one of the elite women's college basketball programs. Last year the Lady Vols finished tied for second in the SEC and made
it to the Sweet Sixteen. For many programs a trip to the Sweet Sixteen is quite an accomplishment, but standards are higher
at Tennessee and you can expect the Lady Vols to enter the 2014-2015 season with a chip on their shoulder as they look to
bring home another National Championship.
In the past several years women's college basketball
has been growing exponentially in popularity and this is evident by the crowds that fill the arenas for each game. Thompson-Boling
Arena is one of the most exciting arenas in all of college basketball and on game day the electricity in the air is enough
to get even the most casual basketball fan bouncing off the walls. As the teams take the court for the opening tip off fans
stand up and refuse to sit down until the home team scores. The game continues, full of back and forth action, big time shots,
and clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the Lady Vols are wrapped
up in yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a Lady Vols player lets
loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when the crowd erupts
after another important Tennessee win and the crowd flows out of the arena in jubilation.
Tennessee Lady Vols
Women's Basketball Conference
The Lady Vols play in the SEC, one of the best college basketball conferences in the
country. There are currently 14 teams in the SEC: Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, LSU,
Vanderbilt, Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. Last season Tennessee finished tied with
Texas A&M for second in the conference, both of them one game behind South Carolina. You can be sure that every team in
the conference will be looking to unseat South Carolina as the conference champs, especially Tennessee and Texas A&M who
were so close to a title last season.
The Lady Vols have been invited to the NCAA Tournament every
year since it began and have won 8 National Championships.