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Chattanooga 80, Tennessee 71: Post-Game Notes



Nov. 9, 2012

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THE SERIES

• With the loss, the series between Tennessee and Chattanooga goes to 25-7 overall and 8-2 when playing away.
• The loss breaks a 19-game winning streak against the Mocs.
• Today's attendance was 8,468, the third-largest crowd in Chattanooga history.

FOR STARTERS

• Tonight's starters: senior Taber Spani, sophomore Cierra Burdick, sophomore Isabelle Harrison, junior Meighan Simmons and freshman Andraya Carter.
• Carter becomes the 17th freshman to start her first career game as a Lady Vol.
• Sophomore guard Jasmine Phillips sat out the game due to a left quad strain.
• Sophomore forward Cierra Burdick was the first to score for the Lady Vols with a 10-foot jumper.
• Sophomore Ariel Massengale was the fi rst substitution in for Tennessee.

Pat Summitt

• Lady Vol head coach emeritus Pat Head Summitt was in attendance. She was sitting behind the Tennessee bench a few rows up in the stands.
• Summitt attends nearly every practice.

NEWCOMERS

• Freshman Bashaara Graves led the Lady Vols in scoring in the first half with nine points. She was the first UT player to reach double-digits in the contest.
Andraya Carter became the 17th freshman to start her first career game as a Lady Vol.

BOARD GAME

• The Lady Vols outrebounded Chattanooga 25-12 in the first half.
• For the game, UT totaled 53 rebounds to the Lady Mocs' 31.
• Sophomore center Isabelle Harrison led the Lady Vols in rebounds, snagging 12 boards. Freshman Bashaara Graves grabbed eight.

TENNESSEE TO THE LINE

• UT shot 68 percent (8-12) in free throws in the first half, and 70 percent (12-17) in the second for a game average of 69 percent (20-29).
• Sophomore center Isabelle Harrison went 7-10 from the line, while Bashaara Graves was 6-7. Freshman Andraya Carter was a perfect 2-2 in free throws.

AT THE HALF

• Freshman Bashaara Graves led the Lady Vols in scoring at the half with 9 points. She went a perfect 5-5 from the free throw line.
• Graves also grabbed a first-half team-best seven rebounds.
• UT shot 66.7% from the line in the first 20 minutes of play, sinking eight of 12 free throws.
• Tennessee outrebounded the Lady Mocs 25-12.
• Nine of the 10 active Lady Vols saw playing time in the first half.

UP NEXT

• Tennessee continues the trip down I-75, as the Lady Vols travel to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech Sunday at 2 p.m.

 

 

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