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Former Lady Vol Alexa Middleton going to Iowa State

Alexa Middleton made her first visit to Iowa last month. The former Tennessee Lady Vols guard has decided to return for a longer stay.

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Can Holly Warlick turn Lady Vols' losses into a plus?

“Offseason” is becoming an outdated term in college athletics. The action no longer stops when the scoreboard does.

Sometimes, it accelerates. No one should be more aware of that than fans of Tennessee women’s basketball. 640 more words

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Tigers cruise to Omaha by drowning Bulldogs, whose coach predicts a LSU national title

BATON ROUGE – LSU unleashed the gates of Alex Box Stadium – hell for most visitors – again Sunday night with six runs in the fifth inning and went on to burn, then drown Mississippi State, 14-4, to win the NCAA Super Regional and reach college baseball’s heaven after a five-hour game amid three rain delays. 1,533 more words

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Hall of Fame weekend includes tributes to Pat Summitt

The people and events of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s induction weekend made time for Pat Summitt.

Three of the six 2017 inductees referenced the late Tennessee coaching legend in their acceptance speeches Saturday night at the Tennessee Theatre. 594 more words

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Lady Vols, UConn should play, ex-Huskies star, Hall of Fame inductee says

Kara Wolters joked about arriving for Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction weekend and breaking out in hives.

“This is Knoxville, you know, this is not where I belong,” the former University of Connecticut standout said. 447 more words

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Walker pitches LSU to SEC tourney title

HOOVER, Ala.  — The LSU Tigers won yet another Southeastern Conference Tournament title, this time with a superb outing by freshman pitcher Eric Walker and a ninth-inning decision that wasn’t exactly by the book. 596 more words

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LSU basketball team adds transfer from North Texas

BATON ROUGE – New LSU basketball coach Will Wade has added his third new player.

Wade has signed 6-foot-7 forward Jeremy Combs, a transfer from North Texas expected to graduate from there soon and be eligible to play for the Tigers in the 2017-18 season. 240 more words

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