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Thursday, January 19, 2017 – Get a Cause Because. Happy Birthday, Dolly Parton!

Thursday, January 19, 2017 – Get a Cause Because. Happy Birthday, Dolly Parton!

Here’s what I’m thinking today. You should get a cause and support it in the best ways you can. 388 more words

Sun Belt, American Cancer Society team up to support Appalachian State coach

In support of cancer-stricken Appalachian State women’s basketball coach Angel Elderkin, the Sun Belt Conference has partnered with the American Cancer Society and Coaches vs. Cancer for a “Suit and Sneakers” week at the end of the month (Jan. 120 more words

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Angel Elderkin, Holly Rowe to receive Summitt Most Courageous Award

For the first time, two people will receive the Pat Summitt Most Courageous Award.

Appalachian State coach Angel Elderkin and ESPN sportscaster Holly Rowe will receive the honor. 223 more words

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Coaching is therapy for App State's Angel Elderkin

Angel Elderkin initially didn’t want to go public this summer with the news that she had been diagnosed with endometrial cancer.

The Appalachian State women’s basketball coach, a former video coordinator at Tennessee, preferred to surround herself with an inner circle of supporters. 590 more words

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Pat Summitt being honored by Lady Vols' opponents

Tennessee’s opponents have made time and effort to honor former Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt so far this women’s basketball season.

East Tennessee State coach Brittney Ezell presented UT coach Holly Warlick with a framed ETSU jersey before Tuesday’s game in Johnson City. 122 more words

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Lady Vols postive they will benefit from opener

Closing ranks won’t be a physical challenge for Tennessee this women’s basketball season, not with just nine Lady Vols available for duty.

The hard part will be mustering the conviction to draw close amid difficult circumstances. 637 more words

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Tennessee short-handed in secondary without Foreman, Abernathy

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Tennessee’s secondary has become accustomed to playing short-handed.

Senior cornerback Malik Foreman and sophomore safety Micah Abernathy were injured and did not play for the No. 489 more words

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