KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee women's basketball scored, scored, and then scored again in a dominating 112-58 win over ETSU on Monday night.
The seventh-ranked Lady Vols were led by freshman Sara Puckett who had 19 points. The bench scored a total of 74 points.
The Lady Vols' 33 points in the fourth quarter rank 10th all-time for most points scored in a quarter by Tennessee in program history.
A couple of Knoxville area natives play for the Bucs. Jakhyia Davis, who went to Bearden, led ETSU with 17. Aaliyah Vananda, who went to Maryville, was the team's second-leading scorer with 12.
The Lady Vols have their final non-conference game before SEC games start on Dec. 27 against Chattanooga. That game will be at Thompson Boling Arena.