Pat Summitt

The winningest college basketball coach ever


"At the forefront of a broad ascendance of women’s sports, winning eight national basketball championships at the University of Tennessee and more games than any other Division I college coach, male or female" (NY Times)

"The winningest coach in men and women’s college basketball" (The Atlantic)

"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" (CNN)

And this:

Damn. She Was A Hell Of A Coach. Can't Believe She Passed Away This Morning!😪R.I.P Coach!👼🏼🔶🏀❤️ #LadyVols #AlzheimersDiseaseSucks #PatSummitt #NCAAWomensBasketball #RIPCoach


Rest in peace, #PatSummitt.

#patsummitt #ladyvols

Abby on Twitter

Just heard the news about this beautiful soul. Read this quote....lord knows a good quote gets me every time. ...but read it....she pretty much sums this life up in one nutshell. Pat Summit innovated women's hoop...she inspired little girls across the world to leave it all out there on the be confident in our skin...try harder. You will be missed....RIL #patsummitt #alwaysdroppinjewels #alwaysdipped #legendary #ladyvols #lookatthesuit

miranda brooke on Twitter

I don't know to much about Pat Summitt but you have to respect greatness... #patsummitt #rip

In loving memory of a true leader and inspiration. #patsummitt #inspiration #pacificdermcenter


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Marie Gravesande
GOD created man in Paradise. There, Adam and Eve lived in complete happiness. However, after they were put out of Paradise, conditions deteriorated rapidly. All mankind was affected, even people who believe in God. Consequently, death is one of many heartbreaking occurrences that distress all men. Nonetheless, Pat Summitt who no doubt was loved and admired by many suffered this fact that brings untold grief to us all. My condolences to all her mourners. At Isaiah 25:8 the prophetic promise is made that God ‘will actually swallow up death forever.’ That is when all reuniting will take place. Revelation 21:3,4.
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