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Patrick Hammond
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Team: Tennessee Volunteers [ID #64] Bookmark Tennessee Volunteers

Location: Knoxville, TN (South)

Conference: IV.8 [Division 1]

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          [since February 05th 2018 | last seen May 23rd 2024]

Coach: Henry Louis

Arena: Thompson-Boling Arena

Rating: 246.22 - Overall Position: #67

Fan Mood: 92.87

Alumni Mood: 223.90

Prestige: 210

Team Notes:

• Sep 02 2038: Royce Medley was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Sep 02 2038: Assistant coach Elliott Grady leaves to pursue head coaching opportunities.
• Feb 27 2038: 3-star prospect Kelly Koch committed.
• Feb 04 2038: 3-star prospect Pablo Covarrubias committed.
• Sep 03 2037: Demoted to conference IV.8.
• Feb 26 2037: 2-star prospect Floyd Bishop committed.
• Feb 19 2037: 4-star prospect Irwin Ramsey committed.
• Dec 13 2036: 3-star prospect Patrick Hammond committed.
• Jun 24 2036: Drew Sterling was drafted round #1, pick #5 by Portland.
• Feb 09 2036: 3-star prospect Jasper Stokes committed.


Wins: 8 Losses: 7 Pct: .533     Conf Wins: 1 Conf Losses: 4 Conf Pct: .200 Conf Rank: 13     Last10: 5-5 Streak: L3

Pts Ave: 89.0 - 88.0     Pts Diff: +1.0     Team Power Index: 138.1

Press Releases:

Oct 08 2026: Nathaniel Hughes to enter the Hall of Fame - by TPS2.0 on July 2nd, 2022

It has been announced that the Tennessee Volunteers will retire the 44 jersey on October 24th during Tennessee's home matchup against Ohio. Hughes is the current points, rebounds, and blocks leader for the Tennessee Volunteers during his five year career. The former pro player will be the second hall of famer after Jeremy Knapp.

Oct 19 2011: Former center set to be inducted into the Tennessee Hall of Fame - by TPS2.0 on March 19th, 2020

The University of Tennessee has announced that they will induct former center Jeremy Knapp into the University of Tennessee Hall of Fame. Knapp averaged 15.1 ppg, 7.6 reg, and 1.2 bpg during his four year career at Tennessee. The former three star also was the Freshman of the Year in 2003 and was an All-Conference selection in 2005 and 2006. Knapp led the Vols to two tournament appearances including an Elite 8 run in the division two tournament in 2004. The Mississippi native was drafted with the second pick in the second round in 2006 by Memphis. Tennessee will officially retire Knapp's jersey number, 54, on January 14th against the University of Mississippi.