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Rotunda at Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Named in Honor of Legendary Coach Pat Summitt 

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame South Rotunda named in honor of Coach Pat Summitt.

From left: Dana Hart, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame President; Sue Donohoe, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Board President; Holly Warlick, University of Tennessee Women’s Basketball Coach; Tim Burchett, Knox County Mayor; Madeline Rogero, City of Knoxville Mayor; and Joan Cronan, Hall of Fame Management Chairman of the Board.

Today, the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame named the South Rotunda in honor of legendary University of Tennessee Lady Vols Coach Pat Summitt, who's also a Hall of Fame founding member and inductee.

The event kicked off the hall's annual Induction Weekend, which honors six inductees for their contribution to women’s basketball. The 2015 class members, who will be inducted on Saturday, June 13, are Janeth Arcain (player), Kurt Budke (coach, inducted posthumously), Gail Goestenkors (coach), Janet Harris (player), Lisa Leslie (player), and Brad Smith (coach).

For more information about the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and this weekend’s induction ceremony, please visit http://wbhof.com.

Plaque designating the Pat Summitt Rotunda at the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.

Posted by evreeland On 12 June, 2015 at 5:14 PM  

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