Pat Summitt's impact reached from UT Martin to the Olympics and beyond

Her legacy will be one generations of athletes — male and female — will revere.

Pat Summitt — UT Martin All-American, Tennessee Volunteers coach, gold-medal winning Olympic basketball player and coach, all-time winningest college basketball coach — was an inspiration to male and female athletes worldwide. She was 64.

Summitt, who passed away this week from early-onset Alzheimer's Disease, was named the Naismith Basketball Coach of the Century in 2000 and is the only person with TWO basketball courts named after her.

The Web Show host Matt Lincoln is joined by ASN basketball analyst Monica McNutt as ASN pauses to remember the legendary Summitt.

Video obituary courtesy Rick Russo of WVLT Knoxville. Photos courtesy UT Martin University Relations.

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