Lady Vols survive Auburn on Davis' three with 0.5 seconds left

A bevy of Tennessee turnovers kept Auburn in the game but a freshman rescued the Lady Vols in the second round of the SEC Tournament.

Freshman Rennia Davis banked in a three-pointer with half a second left to give the Lady Vols a 64-61 win over Auburn in the second round of the SEC Tournament in Nashville on Thursday night.

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Davis scored 16 points on 7-of-13 shooting.

Tennessee committed 24 turnovers that led to 23 Auburn points. Freshman Evina Westbrook had seven of those turnovers.

Tennessee center Mercedes Russell only took two shots from the field but made all ten of her free throws and grabbed 15 rebounds to tie Candace Parker for second on the Lady Vols all-time double-doubles list.

The Lady Vols advance to the SEC quarterfinals where they will face South Carolina at 7 p.m. eastern time on Friday.