Kim Caldwell is introduced as the Tennessee Lady Vols' basketball coach


Tennessee has hired Kim Caldwell to take over the storied women's basketball program. Caldwell is fresh off her first season of coaching in Division I at Marshall, where she led the Herd to Sun Belt Conference regular season and tournament titles.

Caldwell will be introduced in a press conference on Tuesday. Caldwell will earn $750,000 per year and has signed a contract until March 31, 2029.

Join us at 2:00 pm ET as Kim Caldwell is introduced as the Lady Vols' new coach. This page will be updated with the following stream.

Caldwell replaces Kellie Harper, who was fired April 1, a week after the Lady Vols lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament this season. Harper was 108-52 and 53-24 in SEC play and appeared in the Sweet 16 twice.

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“I am humbled and honored to accept the role as head coach of this historic program at the University of Tennessee,” Caldwell said in a school release. “I can’t help but think about accepting the Pat Summitt Trophy three seasons ago and am moved by the great responsibility and opportunity to now lead and build on the incredible Lady Vol tradition she has established . I'm so excited to get to work and can't wait to see what we can all achieve together.