Tamari Key

The SEC rests its laurels on defense, but is also a battleground for bias

By Gabriella Lewis / April 4, 2024

Dawn Staley: ‘That’s the way I coach. I’m not changing’

Tennessee center Tamari Key shoots a left-handed face-up shot over an Alabama defender's outstretched arms.

After a season of fighting back, Tamari Key retires on her own terms

By Gabriella Lewis / April 3, 2024

Key finishes her career with a season full of patience and grit

Players fight over possession of the ball in Virginia Tech’s 73-64 win over Tennessee at the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, March 25, 2023, at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Wash. (Photo credit: Lydia Ely)

Tennessee ends its season as it began, tumultuously

By Gabriella Lewis / March 26, 2023

Vols harkened back to their November mistakes

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Kellie Harper and Tennessee are at a crossroads but excelling 

By The Next / February 23, 2023

Howard talks about behind the success in Knoxville, then talks to coach Kellie Harper herself

How Tennessee will navigate the loss of Marta Suárez

By Gabriella Lewis / January 5, 2023

‘It’s just just another piece of adversity’

Tumultuous Tennessee: where the Vols go from here

By Gabriella Lewis / December 11, 2022

According to Coach Harper, the Vols need an identity

Tennessee senior Tamari Key posts up against a defender while wearing number 20 on classic Tennessee orange and white uniforms.

Tamari Key ruled out for season as Tennessee’s rough start continues

By Gabriella Lewis / December 9, 2022

Key will miss the remainder of the 2022-23 season due to blood clots

Cover picture featuring two photos side-by-side -- on the left, Maryland wing Diamond Miller dribbles a crossover while looking across the court, and on the right, Mississippi State forward Rickea Jackson floats in mid-air, in a layup version of the "air Jordan" pose -- a couple title lines that say "BEST BIGS IN THE WNBA DRAFT?"; the "Locked on Women's Basketball Podcast" logo; and pictures of co-hosts Hunter Cruse and Joshua Welch laughing and co-host Em Adler holding her head

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The best frontcourt players in the WNBA Draft

By The Next / November 5, 2022

How do Rickea Jackson, Elizabeth Kitley, Fran Belibi and more stack up behind Aliyah Boston?