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The Season in Pictures 2006–07
Trisha Blackmar
April 12, 2007
Tennessee tamed a typically tough nonconference schedule and went undefeated in the SEC for the eighth time
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April 12, 2007

The Season In Pictures 2006–07

Tennessee tamed a typically tough nonconference schedule and went undefeated in the SEC for the eighth time

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CAROLINA BLUES

THE NO. 2–RANKED TAR HEELS DEALT THE LADY VOLS THEIR FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON ON DEC. 3, DESPITE THE EFFORTS OF ALEXIS HORNBUCKLE (14). FOR THE SEASON THE JUNIOR GUARD LED TENNESSEE IN ASSISTS(145) AND STEALS (111).

ALL HEART

CAIT McMAHAN AVERAGED JUST 13.7 MINUTES, BUT THE 5' 4" FRESHMAN FROM MARYVILLE, TENN., MAY HAVE LED THE TEAM IN FLOOR BURNS. HERE THE BACKUP POINT GUARD BATTLED FOR A LOOSE BALL AGAINST NORTH CAROLINA.

CLEAR OUT

NOT MANY TEAMS HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICA COME OFF THE BENCH, BUT SENIOR DOMINIQUE REDDING DID JUST THAT FOR TENNESSEE. HERE SHE HELPS THE LADY VOLS KNOCK OVER TEXAS 67–46 ON DEC. 17.

ONE FOR THE TEAM

SOPHOMORE FORWARD ALEX FULLER NEEDED THREE STITCHES ABOVE HER RIGHT EYE AFTER COLLIDING WITH VANDERBILT'S CHRISTINA WIRTH (BACKGROUND) DURING TENNESSEE'S 67–57 WIN OVER THE COMMODORES ON JAN. 25.

ALL FOWLED UP

SYLVIA FOWLES (34) AND LSU HELD CANDACE PARKER TO JUST FOUR POINTS IN AN SEC TOURNAMENT SEMIFINAL ON MARCH 3, THWARTING TENNESSEE'S BID FOR A THIRD STRAIGHT CONFERENCE TITLE.

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