Rickea Jackson's 21-point performance leads the Lady Vols to a dominant 81-55 win over Arkansas, securing her achievement of 2,000 career points. Her significant contribution, along with Jillian Hollingshead's double-double and Jewel Spear's 13-point game, propelled Tennessee to victory. The Lady Vols now share second place in the SEC with LSU, setting up a crucial upcoming match between the two teams on Feb. 25 in Knoxville.

By the Numbers
  • Rickea Jackson scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds
  • Tennessee shot 41.8% from the field and 53.3% from 3-point range
  • The Lady Vols out-rebounded Arkansas 57-29, resulting in 15 second-chance points
State of Play
  • Tennessee is in a tie for second place in the SEC with LSU
  • The Lady Vols will face top-ranked South Carolina in their next game on Feb. 15
What's Next

Tennessee will take on top-ranked South Carolina in Knoxville, aiming to hand the Gamecocks their first loss of the season.

Bottom Line

Rickea Jackson's milestone, along with the team's strong performance, propels the Lady Vols to a crucial win, setting the stage for a high-stakes match against LSU and a challenging game against South Carolina.