Tennessee-San Francisco Postgame Notes

Dec. 23, 2009

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• Today's starters: junior Angie Bjorklund, sophomores Kelley Cain, Glory Johnson and Shekinna Stricklen, and freshman Taber Spani
• Three Lady Vols scored in double figures: Bjorklund (19), Williams (14) and Johnson (13)
• For the first time since the 2004-05 season, the Lady Vols' jerseys had each players' name on the back
• The Lady Vols went on a 21-3 run from the 10:04 mark of the first half to the 0:28 point, building a 46-14 lead
• UT's largest lead of the first half was 31 (48-17) at 0:03; it's largest deficit was two (4-2) at 18:37
• Tennessee led at the half for the eighth time this season; in those games UT is 8-0
• Tennessee scored 80 points for the fourth time this season; in those games UT is 4-0
• Tennessee led on the boards, 52-32. It is the 10th time this season UT has led on the glass
• Every Lady Vol played at least
• The Lady Vols made a three-pointer for the 384th consecutive game
• Tonight's attendance was 3,255
• The Lady Vols will get a break for the holidays and resume action on Wednesday, Dec. 30, when the Old Dominion Lady Monarchs come to Knoxville. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. at Thompson-Boling Arena with SportSouth carrying the action.

The win tonight...
• Gives the Lady Vols a 2-0 record against San Francisco
• Gives the Lady Vols a 9-0 mark against the West Coast Conference
• Gives the Lady Vols a 3-1 record on the road this season
• Gives the Lady Vols a 333-88 road record under Summitt
• Improves Summitt to 8-0 against former players who have become head coaches
• Head Coach Pat Summitt's career record now stands at 1,015-194 (.840) all time

Freshman Kamiko Williams:
Scored a season high 14 points, it is her first career double digit scoring game
Pulled down a season best eight rebounds
Tied a season high with four steals

Sophomore Briana Bass:
Scored a season high five points

Sophomore Alicia Manning:
Tallied eight points, grabbed eight boards, dished out three assists and added three steals
Her eight points tie a season high

Sophomore Glory Johnson:
Had the first Lady Vol basket of the game - a jumper at the 18:13 mark of the first half
Finished with 13 points and nine rebounds
Recorded her 24th career double digit scoring effort
Named Lady Vol Player of the Game

Junior Angie Bjorklund:
Scored a game high 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, including four three pointers
Recorded her 40th career double digit scoring game
Moved into sole possession of third place in the UT annals with 165 career three pointers made; Kara Lawson is second with 256

Junior Sydney Smallbone:
Pulled down a season best four rebounds





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