NORFOLK, Virginia (Ticker) -- Gwen Jackson scored 23 points and Michelle Snow added 19 on 6-of-7 shooting as third-ranked Tennessee defeated Old Dominion, 87-70, in a battle of traditional powers.
Tennessee (21-1) took advantage of a 50-25 rebounding edge as Jackson and Snow each pulled down eight boards. The Lady Vols rolled to their 10th straight win behind 55 percent (26-of-47) shooting from their starters.
Hamchetou Maiga led the Lady Monarchs (10-6) with 17 points while starting guards Sharron Francis and Okeisha Howard combined for 24 and 11 assists. Old Dominion lost for just the second time in its last nine games.
Tennessee outscored the Lady Monarchs by 16 points from the foul line, attempting 36 free throws to Old Dominion's 16.
The Lady Vols had a 43-31 halftime lead and improved to 7-1 on the road.