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The Tennessee Lady Volunteer volleyball team closes out the home schedule tonight at Thompson-Boling Arena and will celebrate Senior Night for Shealyn Kolosky at 6 p.m. ET As a thanks for your support all season long, admission is free for tonight's match. 

Wednesday marks the 35th meeting all-time in a dead-even series between Tennessee and Arkansas. The Lady Vols and Razorbacks have split the previous 34 meetings evenly with the series record knotted at 17-17. UT is 7-7 in Knoxville against Arkansas while holding a slight 8-7 edge in Fayetteville. Head coach Rob Patrick is 16-16 all-time against the Razorbacks, but is 9-3 in matches against current Arkansas head coach Robert Pulliza.

You can watch tonight's match on the SEC Network or catch it online HERE.

#4/5 Tennessee (4-0) plays its first road game of the 2014-15 season on Wednesday, as the Lady Vols face Chattanooga (3-2) at The McKenzie Arena (10,928) at 7 p.m. ET.

This marks the 34th meeting between the Lady Volunteers and the Lady Mocs, with Tennessee holding a 26-7 advantage in the all-time series that dates back to 1924. UT is 8-2 vs. UTC on the Lady Mocs' home floor, with the Big Orange suffering only one loss to the Lady Mocs in Chattanooga since 1973, an 80-71 setback on Nov. 9, 2012, in Holly Warlick's first game as head coach of the Big Orange.

The game will be shown on the SoCon Digital Network, which you can watch free HERE.
You can also listen live HERE.

CBS Sports Network premieres HOOPS CONFIDENTIAL: VETERANS CLASSIC, a behind-the-scenes look at the inaugural Veterans Classic at the Naval Academy, a season-opening college basketball event featuring Tennessee, VCU, Michigan State and Navy. The show debuts tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

The 30-minute show features exclusive coverage as the basketball teams from Tennessee Michigan State and VCU had the rare opportunity to get a glimpse of what life is like as a midshipman at the Naval Academy. The teams observe morning colors, tour the Naval Academy and have dinner with enlisted sailors and marines. Additionally, first-year Vols head coach Donnie Tyndall receives an honorary Navy Officer's sword.
Coach Holly Warlick and selected players met with media on Wednesday afternoon. Warlick addressed the four-guard system and her thoughts on the team thus far. See what she had to say:

This Friday the 4/5 Lady Vols take on Winthrop at 7 p.m. in Thompson-Boling Arena. Check out some of the stories from the media:

Happy Birthday - Nov. 12

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Today, we celebrate the birthdays of Lady Vol hoops player Andraya Carter and senior soccer player Brittney Wade!

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Lady Vols Basketball Update

On Wednesday, Oct. 29, the Tennessee women's basketball team held its 2014 Media Day at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Check out the recap video of the day's events and what local media had to say about the Lady Vols:

The Daily Beacon: Dunbar's 'consistent' 3-point shot adds another element to Lady Vol offense

Knoxville News Sentinel: Lady Vols look to carve out identity

Knoxville News Sentinel: Lady Vols confident in Harrison's star potential

Knoxville News Sentinel: Isabelle Harrison not at a loss for words or game

Former Lady Vol Graves Perseveres

(Photos by Saul Young)

Liza Graves, a Knoxville local, played for the Lady Vols basketball program as a guard under Pat Summitt from 1975-78. The News Sentinel went one-on-one with Graves about her love for the month of October, the official month of breast cancer awareness, and her story of overcoming cancer. 

Happy Birthday - Sept. 30

Happy Birthday to former Vol Fred Weary of football and current Lady Vol Cierra Burdick of women's basketball!

Fred WearyCierra Burdick

Weary started in all 12 games of his senior year on the offensive line. He was a leader on the line helping former Vol Travis Stephens to set the single-season rushing record. Weary had an NFL career with the Texans and Browns, starting in 43 of 63 games played.

Burdick, a senior forward, was named to the 2014 SEC All-Tournament team and received conference academic honors. She started in 25 of 35 games played in her junior season. Burdick averages 7.1 points per game and 5.47 rebounds per game.

Happy Birthday - Sept. 29

Join us in wishing a very Happy Birthday to two current Vols, Jasmine Jones of women's basketball and Owen Williams of football.

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Jones, a sophomore, has played in 69 games in her career, starting in eight. She averages 4.8 points per game and 3.71 rebounds per game. 

Williams, a redshirt junior, is a transfer from Butler C.C. and has played in all four games so far this season. He has 11 tackles on the season.

Parker Named to All-WNBA First Team

Former Lady Vol Candace Parker was named to the 2014 All-WNBA First Team. Parker was named the league's MVP in 2013. Finishing the season, Parker was averaging 19.4 points alongside 7.1 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.4 blocks. Parker led her team, the Los Angeles Sparks, in points, blocks and steals. Parker's average for the 2014 season was the second-best in her career. 

Happy Birthday - Sept. 11

Celebrate with us the birthdays of three special Vols, Katie King (rowing), Nia Moore (women's basketball) and Lemond Johnson (football)!

King, a junior, has continuously been a part of the varsity 8+ involved with top-finishes in events. She was also named to the 2014 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll along with being the lone sophomore named to the 2014 C-USA All-Academic Team.

Moore, a junior with Lady Vol hoops, appeared in 21 games as a sophomore and averaged 2.3 points per game and 2.14 rebounds per game.

Sophomore defensive back Johnson, has appeared in both games so far this season. In his debut season, he saw action in 12 games and racked up three tackles. 

With the series tied at 1-1, former Lady Vol Tamika Catchings and the Indiana Fever will take on the Chicago Sky for game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Catchings is looking to lead the Fever to the WNBA Finals for the third time in six years. 

The final game of the series will being at 7:00 p.m. ET at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. The game will be shown on NBA TV.  The Fever have won five straight home games against the Sky, including the first game of the series.

After winning the first game of the series, the Fever fell by just two points in the second game. In the 86-84 loss, Catchings earned a double-double with 16 points and 14 rebounds while also racking up three assists, three steals and a block. Catchings averaged 13 points on 9-of-34 shooting in the first two games, but is averaging 18.5 points per game and 9.8 rebounds per game from a postseason standpoint.

If the Fever wins in tonight's match-up, Catchings and her team will face the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA Finals.

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