2006–07 Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball team

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2006–07 Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball
Tennessee Lady Volunteers logo.svg
SEC Tournament Champions
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
AP No. 3[1]
2006–07 record 36–2 (13–1 SEC)
Head coach Pat Summitt
Home arena Thompson-Boling Arena
Seasons
2006–07 SEC women's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Tennessee 14 0   1.000     34 3   .919
Georgia 11 3   .786     27 7   .794
Vanderbilt 10 4   .714     28 6   .824
LSU 10 4   .714     30 8   .789
Ole Miss 9 5   .643     24 11   .686
Mississippi State 7 7   .500     18 14   .563
Kentucky 6 8   .429     20 14   .588
South Carolina 6 8   .429     18 15   .545
Auburn 6 8   .429     21 13   .618
Arkansas 3 11   .214     18 13   .581
Florida 2 12   .143     9 22   .290
Alabama 0 14   .000     10 20   .333
2007 SEC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2006–07 Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball team represented the University of Tennessee. The Head Coach was Pat Summitt. The team played its home games in the Thompson-Boling Arena and was a member of the Southeastern Conference. The Lady Vols won their seventh national championship

SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament[edit]

  • Tennessee (1) 81, South Carolina (8) 63
  • LSU (4) 63, Tennessee 54

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NCAA basketball tournament[edit]

Seeding in brackets

  • Dayton Regional
    • Tennessee (1) 76, Drake (16) 37
    • Tennessee 68, Pittsburgh (8) 54
    • Tennessee 65, Marist (13) 46
    • Tennessee 98, Mississippi (7) 62
  • Final Four
    • Tennessee 56, North Carolina 50
    • Tennessee 59, Rutgers 46

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Awards and honors[edit]

Team players drafted into the WNBA[edit]

Round Pick Player NBA Club
1 8 Ashley Shields Houston Comets
2 25 Sidney Spencer Los Angeles Sparks

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