- The Tennessee Lady Vols' 100 all-time NCAA Tournament victories are the most by any program in the history of men's or women's basketball. The Kentucky men's program has 98 all-time victories (not including vacated games).
- Tennessee's 224 three-pointers this season rank second in school history (232 in 2003) and seventh in the SEC record books.
- Tennessee's 607 three-point attempts this season are a new school record and ranks seventh in the SEC record books.
- Tennessee's 207 blocks this season rank second in school history (238 in 1998) and tie for third in the SEC record books.
The win tonight…
- Improves the Lady Vols to 32-2 this season.
- Extends the Lady Vols' winning streak to 10 games, including a 14-game streak away from Thompson-Boling Arena.
- Gives UT a 100-19 all-time record in the NCAA Tournament, including a 2-0 mark this season.
- Gives UT a 42-0 all-time record in NCAA first and second round games.
- Gives Pat Summitt a career record of 979-182 in her 34th season at UT.
- Played in the 142nd game of her career, claiming sole possession of fifth place in the UT record books for games played.
- Stands in fifth place in the NCAA record books for career blocked shots in the NCAA Tournament (33).
- Moved past Tamika Catchings (760) and into third place in the UT record books for career field goals made (765).
- Scored in double figures for the 40th straight game and the 101st time in her career.
- Surpassed 20 points in a game for the 19th time this season and the 46th time in her career.
- Moved into sixth place in the NCAA record books for career blocked shots in the NCAA Tournament (33).
- Her one three-pointer today gives her 68 for the season and 137 for her career, ranking her fifth and fourth, respectively, in the UT record books.
- Moved past Sidney Spencer (336) and Tiffany Woosley (338) and into seventh place in the UT career record books for three-point attempts (341).
- Had a career-high-tying seven steals with six minutes left in the first half. At the time, Purdue had eight points.
- Her eight steals set a new UT record for thefts in an NCAA Tournament game and are the fourth-most in a first/second round NCAA Tournament game by any woman since 1988. Former Lady Vol Nikki McCray had seven against Northwestern in the second round on March 20, 1993.
- Tied her career-high with 12 points