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Holly Warlick - Tennessee Lady Vols basketball coach

Holly Warlick became Tennessee's 17th head coach on April 18, 2012 after having served as Pat Summitt's assistant at Tennessee since joining the Lady Vols coaching staff in 1985. Holly Warlick spent the 2011-12 season as de facto head coach following Pat Summitt's revealation of an early-onset dementia diagnosis shortly before the season. In 2003, Holly Warlick took on the added title of associate head coach. During Holly Warlick's time as an assistant, the Lady Vols won over 800 games, 8 national championships and went to 16 final fours.

Holly Warlick is a native of Knoxville and a graduate of Bearden High School, where she starred before moving on to play for the Lady Vols from 1976-80. Holly Warlick became the first Tennessee player to have their jersey retired, male or female, upon finishing their playing days.

Holly Warlick is active in the fight against breast cancer as well, and along with former Lady Vol player and coach Nikki Caldwell has helped raise thousands of dollars with their Champions For a Cause Foundation.

Stories highlighting Holly Warlick
Holly Warlick honored to be next coach
Pat Summitt steps down, Holly Warlick takes over
Holly Warlick expects Pat Summitt to return
No handbook for role Holly Warlick is undertaking
John Adams: UT should commit to Holly Warlick as she undertakes managing team for Pat Summitt
Holly Warlick to continue charity rides without Nikki Caldwell
Holly Warlick happy at Tennessee
Survivor stories highlight Holly Warlick's journey
Charity ride begins for Holly Warlick
Holly Warlick takes name out of Clemson search
Indiana interested in Holly Warlick

Holly Warlick became Tennessee's 17th head coach on April 18, 2012 after having served as Pat Summitt's assistant at Tennessee since joining the Lady Vols coaching staff in 1985. Holly Warlick spent the 2011-12 season as de facto head coach following Pat Summitt's revealation of an early-onset dementia diagnosis shortly before the season. In 2003, Holly Warlick took on the added title of associate head coach. During Holly Warlick's time as an assistant, the Lady Vols won over 800 games, 8 national championships and went to 16 final fours.

Holly Warlick is a native of Knoxville and a graduate of Bearden High School, where she starred before moving on to play for the Lady Vols from 1976-80. Holly Warlick became the first Tennessee player to have their jersey retired, male or female, upon finishing their playing days.

Holly Warlick is active in the fight against breast cancer as well, and along with former Lady Vol player and coach Nikki Caldwell has helped raise thousands of dollars with their Champions For a Cause Foundation.

Stories highlighting Holly Warlick
Holly Warlick honored to be next coach
Pat Summitt steps down, Holly Warlick takes over
Holly Warlick expects Pat Summitt to return
No handbook for role Holly Warlick is undertaking
John Adams: UT should commit to Holly Warlick as she undertakes managing team for Pat Summitt
Holly Warlick to continue charity rides without Nikki Caldwell
Holly Warlick happy at Tennessee
Survivor stories highlight Holly Warlick's journey
Charity ride begins for Holly Warlick
Holly Warlick takes name out of Clemson search
Indiana interested in Holly Warlick

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