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Topic - Pat Summitt
Tara VanDerveer has never concerned herself with coaching milestones, always focusing on the next game.
Pat Summitt wears a smile rather than her famous stare in a bronze statue of the former Lady Vols coach that was unveiled Friday on Tennessee's campus.
A relative says former Tennessee women's basketball star Mary Ostrowski has died. She was 51.
Tennessee coach Holly Warlick says she recently approached Connecticut about the possibility of playing each other again.
Tennessee plans to honor former Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt by building an on-campus statue in her honor.
Pat Summitt smiled, laughed and shook her head at times.
Stefanie Dolson grabbed the microphone on stage after the NCAA final and uttered four words: "President Obama, we're ba-aaack!"
The victory tied Geno Auriemma and the Huskies (35-4) with Pat Summitt and Tennessee for the most titles in women's basketball history. It was the most lopsided victory in a championship game.
If that NCAA women's tournament bracket looks familiar, it should.
Brittney Griner and Baylor's path to a second straight national championship will have a familiar feel.
Again and again, it seemed, the sports world in 2012 saw the end of long tales with tragic or, at best, bittersweet endings.
When Marquette coach Terri Mitchell picked up the phone to talk with Tyler Summitt about the opening on her staff, it figured to be little more than a courtesy call.
When LeBron James learned he was Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year, the Miami Heat star was surprised. Not because he thought his achievements in 2012 weren't worthy, but because he figured what happened in 2010 was still holding him back. Apparently, that's no longer the case.
Tennessee's Holly Warlick insists she doesn't feel much pressure replacing one of the greatest figures in the history of women's basketball.
Pat Summitt said Friday she decided on her own not to continue coaching the Lady Vols and never felt Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart forced her out.
She recently said after signing a contract extension that she'd coach "as long as I want."
"I just want everybody to know that for me, today, it's not about me," Summitt said while speaking alongside her son, Tyler, just before the statue was uncovered. "It's about everyone out here that loves the University of Tennessee. We just hope and pray that we can continue to do good things. Tyler has been a rock for me, and I appreciate him for that. I want everybody to know how much I appreciate what's happened here today. I don't think I'll ever forget it, and I love you all."