It was the sixth-straight game Tennessee has utilized the lineup, and the Lady Vols are now 5-1 with the quintet.
Tennessee won the tip for the 23nd time this season.
Harrison scored the Lady Vols' first basket, a jumper with 19:43 on the clock. It's the 12th time this season that the junior has scored UT's first points.
Jasmine Jones was first off the bench for Tennessee, the 10th time this season the sophomore has been called upon first.
Junior point guard Ariel Massengale was on the bench for the first time since the first half of the Florida game on Jan. 23. She suffered a facial injury during that game and missed Texas A&M (Jan. 26), Arkansas (Jan. 30), Alabama (Feb. 2), Ole Miss (Feb. 6) and Vanderbilt (Feb. 10).
"LIVE PINK,BLEED ORANGE"
Prior to tipoff, head coach Holly Warlick presented former Lady Vol Suzanne Barbre Singleton the game ball. Singleton is battling breast cancer and played on Pat Summitt's first four teams at UT from 1974-78. She was also a teammate of Holly Warlick from 1977-78.
Longtime reporter covering the Lady Vols and breast cancer survivor Maria Cornelius was also presented a pink game ball.
Holly Warlick and LSU head coach Nikki Caldwell began the organization "Championships for a Cause" to help raise money and bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer.
NINE MILLION FANS
With 15,664 in attendance on Sunday, Tennessee surpassed the 9 million mark in attendance for all games in program history.
The crowd was the biggest in Thompson-Boling Arena since Feb. 26, 2012 when UT played Florida on senior day of the 2011-12 season in front of 18,563 fans.
Junior Isabelle Harrison scored 20 points against Kentucky, marking her 19th-straight game hitting double figures.
The Nashville native has notched double digits in 23 of UT's 25 games this season.
With 16 rebounds, Harrison recorded her 12th double-double of the year and 18th in her career.