Patricia Sue Head Summitt: June 14, 1952-June 28, 2016

Sports world reacts to the death of legendary Tennessee coach Pat Summitt.

Pat Summitt dies at 64. Among the family members she is survived by is her mother, Hazel.

Summitt used basketball to empower young women.

In Summitt, a toughness greater than invincibility.

Summitt was “just Pat” to many.

Summitt was one of a kind, and she inspired a generation.

Summitt influenced everyone around her.

Summitt changed the perception about gender in athletics.

Kara Lawson says thanks to Coach Summitt. Lawson said Summitt changed her life.

An emotional Chamique Holdsclaw recounts Summitt’s impact.

Reactions from various players.

What Michelle Marciniak learned from playing for Summitt.

Princeton coach Courtney Banghart’s Summitt story.

Remembering Summitt.

The Summitt coaching tree is massive.

Statement from President Obama.

Tennessee’s first women’s athletics director reflects on Summitt.

Former Tennessee AD Jonan Cronan talks about Summitt.

1976 Olympics coach Billie Moore reflects on Summitt.

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw discusses Summitt.

Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer reflects on Summitt.

LSU coach Nikki Fargas talks about Summitt.

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey reflects on Summitt.

Lady Vol coach Holly Warlick’s thoughts on Summitt.

Lady Vol assistant coach Dean Lockwood discusses Summitt.

The friendship and rivalry between Summitt and Texas coach Jody Conradt sparked the ascent of women’s basketball.

From the video vault: what Summitt loved about coaching.

Statement from NCAA President Mark Emmert.

There will be a celebration of life service July 14 in Knoxville.

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