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NCAA Basketball Scoreboard: Recap
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Tennessee 110, Kentucky 38
Posted: Sunday January 21, 2001 06:56 PM
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LEXINGTON, Kentucky (Ticker) -- Michelle Snow had 21 points and 11 rebounds as second-ranked Tennessee handed Southeastern Conference foe Kentucky the worst loss in school history, 110-38.

LaToya Davis added 14 points for the Lady Vols (18-1, 6-0 SEC), who opened with an 11-0 run and had a 59-20 cushion at halftime.

"I hope my team learns from this game," said Kentucky coach Bernadette Mattox after her team's sixth straight loss. "Tennessee is just a deeper ball team than we are and they did what they are supposed to do." Tennessee scored 34 points off 26 turnovers, shot 55 percent (42-of-76) and held a 63-29 advantage off the boards.

Twelve different players scored for the Lady Vols, including Kara Lawson, who had 12 points, and Tasha Butts, who added 10.

By contrast, Stephanie Stoglin scored 14 points to lead Kentucky (4-13, 0-6), which totaled only 15 field goals, shooting 23 percent (15-of-66).

Gwen Jackson chipped in seven points and 11 rebounds and Ashley Robinson added seven and nine for the Lady Vols, who have won seven straight games.

Tennessee has won two in a row since star forward Tamika Catchings went down with a season-ending knee injury.

"It is now our team philosophy to pitch in and make up for the loss of Tamika, whether that be rebounding or scoring points," Snow said.

Four players scored five points apiece for the Wildcats.

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