It's been an active news week in Lady Vol Land.
Holly Warlick talked about raised expectations for her 2013-14 Tennessee team.
UT Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Dave Hart talked about the upward trajectory of the Tennessee Athletics Department as it has worked its way through a transitional time.
Two newcomers, Mercedes Russell and Jordan Reynolds, are focusing on summer school and off-season conditioning.
There was news, both happy and sad about former UT players.
Lady Vol all-time greats Tamika Catchings, Glory Johnson and Candace Parker were named to the upcoming WNBA All-Star Game on July 27.
Tennessee legend Mary Ostrowski lost her battle with multiple myeloma last Friday. Her celebration of life will be held on July 27 in her hometown of Parkersburg, W.Va.
All-time Tennessee leading scorer and rebounder Chamique Holdsclaws talks about getting her life back on the right track and dealing honestly with some mental health issues.
Below is a collection of stories that cover those topics.
--ASSOCIATED PRESS: Tennessee Lady Vols raise expectations in Holly Warlick's second season
--INSIDE TENNESSEE ($): Getting to know a new Lady Vol (Mercedes Russell)
--INSIDE TENNESSEE ($): Getting to know a new Lady Vol (Jordan Reynolds)
--SB NATION/ROCKY TOP TALK: Offseason Lady Vols news roundup extravaganza
--KNOXVILLE NEWS SENTINEL: UT Lady Vols Hall of Famer Mary Ostrowski, 51, dies
--PARKERSBURG NEWS AND SENTINEL: W.Va. Sports Hall of Famer Ostrowski dies
--PARKERSBURG NEWS AND SENTINEL: We have lost a legend
--CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL: Mary O's legacy will stand test of time
--TULSA WORLD: Shock forward Glory Johnson receives WNBA All-Star berth
--LOS ANGELES SENTINEL: Candace Parker selected as Western Conference starter for 2013 WNBA All-Star Game
--espnW: Chamique Holdsclaw back on track