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Pat Summitt, winningest D1 college coach in history, dies at age 64

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Pat Summitt will be remembered as someone who demanded excellence from herself and those around her. She was the driving force behind a Lady Vols basketball program that dominated the college game for nearly four decades.

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Former Lady Vol shares life lessons learned from Pat Summitt

Tiffany Woosley played for the Lady Vols in the 90s. (WSMV) Tiffany Woosley played for the Lady Vols in the 90s. (WSMV)
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Tiffany Woosley was a star player for Rick Insell when he coached at Shelbyville High School. She went on to play for Pat Summitt and the Lady Vols, where their competitive natures clashed at times.

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Nashville celebrates legacy of Pat Summitt

The city of Nashville is honoring legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt. (WSMV) The city of Nashville is honoring legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt. (WSMV)
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Pat Summitt influenced women's basketball more than any single person, but just about anyone will tell you the longtime coach transcended sports.

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Tennessee head coach emeritus Pat Summitt smiles as a banner is raised in her honor before an NCAA college basketball game against Notre Dame on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne) Tennessee head coach emeritus Pat Summitt smiles as a banner is raised in her honor before an NCAA college basketball game against Notre Dame on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

Pat Summitt's career has included more than 1,000 victories, eight national championships and an Olympic gold medal.

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Remembering Pat Summitt: A UT Martin Pioneer Video included

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Legendary coach Pat Summitt passed away this morning in Knoxville.

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Pat Summitt, legendary women's basketball coach, dead at 64

Caption: File- President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former University of Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House, May 29, 2012. Caption: File- President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former University of Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House, May 29, 2012.

Pat Summitt, who built the University of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, has died. She was 64. More>>

Coaches reflect on the passing of Pat Summitt

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Summitt had the most wins of all time with 8 national titles over 38 seasons. She won nearly 1,100 games in her career and her impact on women's basketball was enormous.

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Pat Summitt raised awareness about early onset dementia

Legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt dies at the age of 64. (WFSB) Legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt dies at the age of 64. (WFSB)
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Pat Summitt put women's basketball on the map...and did the same with her fight against early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type.

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Geno remembers legendary basketball coach Summitt

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University of Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma remembered arguably his biggest rival and friend Pat Summitt after her passing this week.   

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25 Of Pat Summitt's best quotes: What we can learn from the late coach

(Source: Lady Vol Basketball/Twitter) (Source: Lady Vol Basketball/Twitter)
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The numbers are astounding:  1098 career victories (most ever by a male or female), 16 SEC titles, 22 Final Fours, 8 national championships and 7 national Coach Of The Year awards.

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Summitt: It was 'privilege' to coach at Tennessee

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A relaxed and smiling Pat Summitt says "it has been a privilege" to be the Tennessee women's basketball coach four nearly four decades.

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