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KNOXVILLE, TENN. (AP) - The Tennessee Lady Vols are No. 1 again.
The Lady Vols earned their 21st No.1 seed in the NCAA tournament on Monday night. They were a No. 1 seed last year but lost to Baylor in the regional semifinals.
Tennessee ran through the Southeastern Conference undefeated and tacked on a tournament championship a week ago, cruising through those three games. Now the Lady Vols are primed with nine players eager to make up for a first-round tournament loss two years ago by making a run to their first Final Four.
They host Stetson on Saturday in Knoxville in the Dayton Regional.
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