The field of 64 is set for the NCAA women’s tournament. How does it look for the Lady Vols?
It may be Spring Break for Tennessee students, but Tennessee athletics still has a busy week. So here is a sport by sport guide to keep up with the Vols and Lady Vols over the break.
From tennis to rowing, here is a sport-by-sport breakdown of what to watch this weekend in Tennessee athletics.
Number five Lady Vols (16-3,6-0 SEC) beat LSU (10-9, 4-3 SEC) 75-58 on Thursday night at Thompson Boling Arena led by Senior Isabelle Harrison’s season high of 25 points.
The Lady Vols will open up the 2014-15 season as the nation’s No. 4 team. The road will not be an easy one, but Lady Vols should deliver big things this year. They will play their lone exhibition game on Sunday Nov. 9 vs. Carson-Newman and will tip off the regular season on Nov. 11 vs. Penn.