Pat Summitt retiring University of Tennessee women's basketball coach.

Pat Summitt gets Presidential Medal of Freedom after retiring

"Game On: Pat Summitt on the Fight of Her Life" by Pat Summitt for Oprah Magazine. For 38 years, she coached college hoops—the legendary University of Tennessee Lady Vols—capturing eight national championships and setting the all-time record for wins. Before that she was a formidable "slasher" and co-captain of the first U.S. women's Olympic basketball team. Diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011, the indomitable Pat Summitt now faces the fight of her life. Click the pic to be inspired.

Game On: Pat Summitt on the Fight of Her Life

"Game On: Pat Summitt on the Fight of Her Life" by Pat Summitt for Oprah Magazine. For 38 years, she coached college hoops—the legendary University of Tennessee Lady Vols—capturing eight national championships and setting the all-time record for wins. Before that she was a formidable "slasher" and co-captain of the first U.S. women's Olympic basketball team. Diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011, the indomitable Pat Summitt now faces the fight of her life. Click the pic to be inspired.

Pat Summitt (Tennessee woman's basketball coach) talks about her early onset Alzheimer's disease.

Pat Summitt, Tennessee women’s basketball coach, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease

Pat Summitt (Tennessee woman's basketball coach) talks about her early onset Alzheimer's disease.

Renowned basketball coach, Pat Summit, fearlessly addresses her battle with early-onset #Alzheimer's in her new memoir.

To 'Sum It Up': A Legendary Basketball Coach Braves Alzheimer's

Renowned basketball coach, Pat Summit, fearlessly addresses her battle with early-onset #Alzheimer's in her new memoir.

Pat Summitt’s Off Court Challenge | The Alzheimer's Site Blog

Pat Summitt’s Off Court Challenge | The Alzheimer's Site Blog

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