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Topic - Tierra Rogers
For two years, Tierra Rogers cried herself to sleep each night as California's basketball team moved forward without her.
Coach Pat Summitt will receive the Maggie Dixon Courage award when she brings her Tennessee Lady Vols to the sixth annual Classic that honors the former Army coach.
"A lot of tears were shed. I think of my dad a lot," Rogers said during a recent practice. "I felt alone. I felt lost. I felt I had no control over anything in my life. I felt defeated. I was just sad and distraught at everything that happened."
"You still feel some type of loneliness," she said.