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Jack Freifelder | NCAA.com | June 28, 2017

Basketball world pays respects to Pat Summitt on anniversary of her death

Tennessee Women's Basketball: Pat Summitt 1952-2016

One year ago today, the world of women’s college basketball lost an icon — Pat Summit. Fans and colleagues took to social media on Wednesday to reminisce and express their feelings about the late Tennessee women’s basketball coach.

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The longtime coach of the Tennessee Volunteers left her mark on the game not only with her performance on the hardwood, but also through her demeanor and poise off of it as well.

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Her legacy extends far beyond the end of her coaching days. Take a look at Summitt’s coaching tree HERE . Read on below for a collection of tweets on the one-year anniversary of Summitt’s passing.

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