Third straight win gives Duke 5-4 lead in series

Updated: January 22, 2007, 11:50 PM ET
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The Duke-Tennessee rivalry is only nine games old, but already has produced some memorable moments.

The second meeting in the series might be one of the biggest upsets in the women's NCAA history as the Blue Devils eliminated the Lady Vols from the 1999 NCAA Tournament. The upset ended Tennessee's quest to win four consecutive NCAA titles and Chamique Holdsclaw's college career.

ALL-TIME RESULTS
DATE RANKINGS WINNER SKINNY
Jan. 22, 2007 Lady Vols: 4
Blue Devils: 1
Duke 74, Tennessee 70
(At Knoxville, Tenn.)
Duke jumps to 19-0 lead before Tennessee rallies to tie score at 48. But Dukies hold on behind 24 points from Abby Waner, who hits 6-of-9 treys, and 21 from Lindsey Harding.
Jan. 23, 2006 Lady Vols: 1 Blue Devils: 2 Duke 75, Tennessee 53
(At Durham, N.C.)
Duke does in Tennessee with defense and depth, and leads by seven at the break after holding the Lady Vols to one basket in final six minutes of first half. Lindsey Harding leads way with 15 points and career-high eight steals.
Dec. 2, 2004 Lady Vols: 4
Blue Devils: 10
Duke 59, Tennessee 57
(At Knoxville, Tenn.)
Monique Currie scores six points in final 1:41 as Duke becomes just the seventh team to beat the Lady Vols at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Jan. 24, 2004 Lady Vols: 2 Blue Devils: 1 Tennessee 72, Duke 69
(At Durham, N.C.)
Monique Currie and Alana Beard both score 18, but 15 apiece from Shyra Ely and Shanna Zolman help Pat Summitt win first appearance at Cameroon and snap Duke's 15-game win streak.
Nov. 24, 2002 Lady Vols: 2
Blue Devils: 1
Duke 76, Tennessee 55
(Raleigh, N.C.
Jimmy V Classic)
Alana Beard (22 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, five steals) leads the way as Duke forces Lady Vols into 23 TOs. Says Pat Summitt: "We're extremely disappointed and embarrassed by our lack of competitiveness."
April 6, 2003 Lady Vols: 4
Blue Devils: 1
Tennessee 66, Duke 56
(Atlanta, Ga.
Final Four)
Alana Beard nets 29 points to top 2,000 for her career, but Gwen Jackson scores 13 of her 25 points in the final 6:08 to lead Tennessee to its 10th appearance in the NCAA title game and snap another Duke 15-game win streak.
Dec. 27, 2001 Lady Vols: 2
Blue Devils: 9
Tennessee 89, Duke 68
(Atlanta, Ga.
ACC/SEC Shootout)
Gwen Jackson comes off bench for 20 points, 10 rebounds. Runs of 19-0, 18-5 in second half seal it. Says Pat Summitt afterward: "This team was searching for a 3 player. I think we have our answer. Gwen Jackson can be a big-time player."
March 22, 1999 Lady Vols: 2
Blue Devils: 10
Duke 69, Tennessee 63
(Greensboro, N.C.
East Region final)
With the Lady Vols seeking a fourpeat, Duke snaps Tennessee's reign, ends Chamique Holdsclaw's college career and earns its first Final Four bid.
Dec. 6, 1998 Lady Vols: 3
Blue Devils: 16
Tennessee 74,
Duke 60
(Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Honda Elite 4)
Tennessee wins first meeting, improves to 6-1 in quest to win fourth consecutive NCAA title. But they'll meet again.
Note: Rankings refer to spot held by team in Associated Press Top 25 at time of game.