Here's a look at some of the milestone victories Pat Summitt achieved on her way to posting the most career victories of any NCAA Division I men's or women's coach:

— No. 1: Jan. 10, 1975 — In her second game as a head coach, the 22-year-old Summitt (then known as Pat Head) led Tennessee to a 69-32 victory over Middle Tennessee State in front of 53 fans in Knoxville, Tennessee.

— No. 100: Jan. 13, 1979 — She reaches the century mark in her fourth season with a 79-66 victory over North Carolina State in Raleigh, North Carolina.

— No. 200: Dec. 3, 1982 — She needs even less time to earn her second 100 wins than it took to get her first 100. Three seasons later, the 200th comes as a 69-56 victory over St. John's in Detroit as part of the Coca-Cola Classic.

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— Olympic gold: Aug. 7, 1984 — Chery Miller has 16 points and 11 rebounds as a U.S. Olympic team coached by Summitt breezes by South Korea, 85-55, in the championship game, giving the U.S. its first gold medal in women's basketball.

— No. 300: Jan. 4, 1987 — Summitt earns her 300th victory in an 87-68 win over North Carolina in Knoxville in what will become Tennessee's first national championship season.

— No. 319: March 29, 1987 — She wins her first national championship in Austin, Texas, when Tennessee rolls to a 67-44 victory over Louisiana Tech, which had beaten the Lady Vols nine straight times. Seven times before, Summitt had led Tennessee to an AIAW or NCAA semifinal without winning the title.

— No. 385: April 2, 1989 — Bridgette Gordon scores 27 points as Tennessee beats Auburn 76-60 in Tacoma, Washington, to give Summitt her second national championship.

— No. 400: Jan. 25, 1990 — Tennessee edges South Carolina 70-69 in Columbia, South Carolina, for Summitt's 400th career victory.

— No. 442: March 31, 1991 — In the first NCAA women's basketball final to go to overtime, Dena Head scores 28 points as Tennessee wins its third national title with a 70-67 victory over Virginia in New Orleans.

— No. 500: Nov. 21, 1993 — Vonda Ward's 17 points and 11 rebounds help Summitt earn her 500th career win with an 80-45 rout of Ohio State in the inaugural State Farm Classic in Jackson, Tennessee. Ohio State is coached by Nancy Darsch, who had been an assistant on Summitt's Tennessee staff from 1978-85.

— No. 596: March 31, 1996 — After beating Connecticut in an overtime semifinal, Tennessee rolls to an 83-65 win over Georgia in Charlotte, North Carolina, to give Summitt her fourth national championship. Chamique Holdsclaw and Tiffany Johnson each score 16 points.

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— No. 600: Nov. 23, 1996 — Summitt receives a cake from Vermont Gov. Howard Dean after Tennessee beats Marquette 83-68 in the Howard Bank Classic at Burlington, Vermont. The victory improves Summitt's career record to 600-134.

— No. 625: March 30, 1997 — Chamique Holdsclaw scores 24 points as Tennessee earns its second straight national title with a 68-59 win over Old Dominion in Cincinnati. The latest title gives Summitt a career total of five national championships.

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— No. 664: March 29, 1998 — Chamique Holdsclaw, Tamika Catchings and Semeka Randall combine for 62 points and 25 rebounds as Tennessee caps an undefeated season by winning its third straight national title with a 93-75 victory over Louisiana Tech in Kansas City, Missouri. The 39-0 season ends with Summitt's sixth national championship.

— No. 700: Dec. 5, 1999 — Tennessee's 85-62 victory over Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin, allows Summitt to join Texas' Jody Conradt as the only women's basketball coaches at the time with 700 career wins.

— No. 800: Jan. 14, 2003 — Summitt gets a cake during a postgame ceremony that includes fireworks, balloons and flowers after Tennessee trounces DePaul 76-57 in Knoxville.

— No. 876: March 4, 2005 — Summitt ties Adolph Rupp for second place on the all-time wins list by any men's or women's coach as Tennessee beats 64-54 Auburn in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals at Greenville, South Carolina.

— No. 877: March 5, 2005 — Summitt passes Rupp when Tennessee beats Vanderbilt 76-73 in the semifinals of the SEC tournament in Greenville, South Carolina. Tennessee would go on to win the tournament.

— No. 879: March 20, 2005 — Tennessee's 94-43 over Western Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Knoxville allows Summitt to tie Dean Smith for first on the all-time win list among men's or women's coaches.

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— No. 880: March 22, 2005 — Summitt passes Smith when Tennessee beats Purdue 75-54 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Knoxville. The school honors the coach in a surprise ceremony by naming its basketball court at Thompson-Boling Arena "The Summitt."

— No. 900: Jan. 19, 2006 — Alexis Hornbuckle scores 15 points as Tennessee rallies from a 14-point deficit to give Summitt her 900th career victory in an 80-68 win over Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tennessee.

— No. 947: March 3, 2007 — Candace Parker scores 17 points and Nicky Anosike gets 16 rebounds as Tennessee beats Rutgers 59-46 in Cleveland to give Summitt her seventh national championship.

— No. 983: March 8, 2008 — Candace Parker's 17 points help Summitt win her eighth and final national title with a 64-48 victory over Stanford in Tampa, Florida.

— No. 1,000: Feb. 5, 2009 — Summitt becomes the first men's or women's coach in college basketball history to reach 1,000 wins when Tennessee trounces Georgia 73-43 in Knoxville. Tennessee had lost 80-70 to No. 2 Oklahoma at Oklahoma City three days earlier in Summitt's first attempt at the 1,000th win.

— No. 1,098: March 24, 2012 — Meighan Simmons scores 22 points off the bench as Tennessee rallies from 14 points down to give Summitt her final victory in an 84-73 regional semifinal win over Kansas at Des Moines, Iowa. Tennessee would lose 77-58 to eventual national champion Baylor two days later.

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