KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Tennessee made just 23 of its 57 shots and 20 of its 34 free throws but held off Wichita State 68-56 on Monday at Thompson-Boling Arena. Mercedes Russell scored a team high 17 points to go with 9 rebounds while Rennia Davis added 15 points and 10 rebounds. “I just think we didn’t make as many shots as we usually make and that might have caused the defensive end for us to be more lackadaisical,” Davis said.
KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Four days after Tennessee used a 28-0 run to cruise past Presbyterian in the regular season opener, the Vols did one better on Tuesday at Thompson-Boling Arena. Tennessee fired off 32 unanswered points before the Panthers finally ended the run in what ended up being an 84-53 rout. Game 1: 28-0 run ✔️Game 2: 32-0 run ✔️Tennessee: 2-0 ✔️The Vols are headed to the Bahamas with another rout in their pocket, this time an 84-53 win over High Point.
KNOXVILLE (WATE) – The top recruiting class in the country comes with expectations. Tennessee’s four freshman delivered on Tuesday, combining for 76 points in the No. 14 Lady Vols’ 121-76 win over Carson-Newman at Thompson-Boling Arena. Rennia Davis led the way for Tennessee, scoring a game-high 27 points and 13 rebounds. Each freshman finished in double figures. Anastasia Hayes came off the bench totaling 19 points in 21 minutes on the court.
No. 12 Tennessee needed overtime to hold off No. 20 Marquette 101-99 in the Cancun Challenge. Lady Vols meet Oklahoma State Friday at 4 p.m. ET. #CancunHoops
Nared 26 pts, 15 reb (fouled out)
Russell 17 pts, 15 reb
Hayes 16 pts
Davis 14 pts, 10 reb (fouled out)
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