- Associated Press - Sunday, February 15, 2015

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee center Isabelle Harrison was carried off the floor early in the second half of the sixth-ranked Lady Volunteers’ game Sunday with No. 10 Kentucky.

Harrison was going up for an offensive rebound when she got tangled up with Kentucky’s Linnae Harper before falling to the floor. Her right leg and right knee twisted awkwardly. Harrison lay down for several minutes before team officials carried the 6-foot-3 senior off the floor and onto a wheelchair.

Players from both Tennessee and Kentucky went to Harrison and offered their support before she left.

Harrison sprained her right knee in Tennessee’s season opener and missed the Lady Vols’ next five games. She currently wears a brace on that knee.

Harrison ranks 12th in the Southeastern Conference in scoring (13.2) and third in rebounding (9.2).



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