Unrivaled: UConn, Tennessee, and the Twelve Years That Transcended Women's Basketball

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Unrivaled
UConn, Tennessee, and the
Twelve Years that Transcended
Women’s Basketball

JEFF GOLDBERG

Foreword by REBECCA LOBO
Afterword by ALYSA AURIEMMA

University of Nebraska Press • Lincoln & London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • 1 - For the Good of the Game 1
  • 2 - 1984–94 Birth of the Dynasties 9
  • 3 - 1995- Dog Day Afternoon 13
  • 4 - 1996- Semi-Tough 33
  • 5 - 1997- An Imperfect Tenn 49
  • 6 - 1998–99 Boo Yeah 65
  • 7 - 2000- Ready for Prime Time Players 85
  • 8 - 2001- Everybody Hurts 105
  • 9 - 2002- Hitting Something Orange 121
  • 10 - 2003- The Evil Empire 131
  • 11 - 2004- End of an Era 157
  • 12 - 2005–7 Moore Trouble Ahead 175
  • 13 - 2007–13 Unrivaled 185
  • Afterword 207
  • Appendix 213
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