Third-ranked Tennessee started strong Saturday, stopping several Memphis runs en route to a 102-92 victory to mark the Vols’ first win over the Tigers since 2011.
After a tough overtime loss to No. 2 Kansas in Brooklyn, No. 6 Tennessee bounced back with a win on Wednesday night.
No. 7 Tennessee will look to rebound from its overtime loss to No. 2 Kansas when it takes on Eastern Kentucky on Wednesday at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Tennessee continued its winning ways against Arkansas on Sunday, as the No. 22 Lady Vols handed the Razorbacks a loss in Fayetteville.
Tennessee used a late goal from Danielle Marcano to defeat Arizona 3-2 to punch a ticket to the Sweet Sixteen.
Tennessee takes on Missouri with its first of two chances to clinch a bowl berth in Jeremy Pruitt’s first season. Can the Vols get the job done?