Lady Vol Basketball Season Tickets On Sale

Jordan Horston – Lady Vols / Credit: UT Athletics

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Year two of the Kellie Harper era is fast-approaching, and Lady Vol basketball season tickets for the eagerly-awaited 2020-21 season are on sale now.

Excitement is high, as Tennessee returns three starters and eight total letterwinners from last season’s 21-10 squad. That nucleus helped UT tie for third in the SEC and put itself in position for an NCAA Tournament bid.

By visiting, Big Orange fans can select from a variety of season ticket options starting as low as $115. The popular Lady Vol Pass ticket option also returns this season at a rate of $125. Both the season ticket package and the Lady Vol Pass will include the highly-anticipated Revival Series match-up between Tennessee and UConn.

Our 2019-20 season ticket holders are able to renew their season tickets now by visiting or by clicking here.  The deadline to renew season tickets for the 2020-21 season is Friday, July 31.

New this year is a benefit for fans who renew season tickets or make new ticket purchases and opt to pay via eCheck prior to the July 31 deadline. By paying via eCheck, purchasers will receive two complimentary tickets to one 2020-21 home game (excluding UConn). Fans who pay via eCheck will receive an email later this fall with information regarding how to redeem the complimentary ticket offer. For the first time, season ticket and Lady Vol Pass purchases prior to July 31 can also be made by utilizing a payment plan option.

Thus far, only the date for the home game with UConn has been announced. That contest is slated to take place on Jan. 21. The complete non-conference schedule and SEC slate will be released when all contests are confirmed.

The Lady Vols return a talented trio of starters in 6-2 All-SEC senior guard/forward Rennia Davis (18.0 ppg., 8.2 rpg., 2.5 apg.), 6-1 junior guard/forward Rae Burrell (10.5 ppg., 5.5 rpg., 21 3FGs) and 6-5 sophomore center Tamari Key (7.3 ppg., 4.7 rpg., 2.8 bpg.). Sophomore Jordan Horston, a 6-2 SEC All-Freshman guard (10.5 ppg., 5.5 rpg., 4.6 apg.) who started 22 contests a year ago, could be considered a fourth returning starter due to her extensive experience.

Also back are 6-4 senior center Kasiyahna Kushkituah (5.4 ppg., 4.4 rpg., 49% FG, 31 games played), 5-8 sophomore guard Jessie Rennie (2.7 ppg., 25 3FGs, 46% 3FG, 30 games played), 6-3 redshirt senior forward Jaiden McCoy (2.7 ppg., 1.8 rpg., 26 games played) and 6-5 sophomore center Emily Saunders (3.7 ppg., 2.2 rpg., 1.0 bpg., 71% FG, 10 games played).

The Lady Vols have at their ready five of their top six scorers and rebounders from 2019-20, including the top four in each category. The team welcomes back 80.8 percent of its scoring, 76.4 percent of rebounding, 78.6 percent of blocks, 71.0 percent of steals and 64.8 percent of assists from last year’s squad. The Big Orange women also retained 80.6 percent of their field goals, including 73.3 percent of their three-pointers, and 84.8 percent of free throws from a year ago.

The returning cast will be joined by Keyen Green (13.9 ppg., 7.5 rpg., 59% FG), a first-team All-ASUN graduate transfer forward/center from Liberty, who should bolster UT’s inside presence. The Lady Vols’ three-member rookie class includes 6-0 guard Destiny Salary (four-star prospect, #57 by espnW HoopGurlz), 6-1 guard/forward Tess Darby (#86 by Blue Star Media, four-star prospect by, three-star prospect by espnW HoopGurlz) and 6-2 guard/forward Marta Suárez (a four-star prospect by Blue Star Europe).

-UT Athletics



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