Volunteers' Parker picks up fourth career dunk

Updated: November 24, 2006, 9:05 PM ET
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Above the rim
Female players who have dunked in college games:

Georgeann Wells, West Virginia (2)
Dec. 21, 1984: vs. Charleston (W.Va.)
Dec. 29, 1984: vs. Xavier

Charlotte Smith, North Carolina
Dec. 4, 1994: vs. North Carolina A&T

Michelle Snow, Tennessee (3)
Nov. 25, 2000: vs. Illinois (at Maui)
Jan. 23, 2001: at Vanderbilt
Jan. 17, 2002: at South Carolina

Sancho Lyttle, Houston (1)
Nov. 21, 2003: vs. Gonzaga (at Iowa)

Sylvia Fowles, LSU (1)
Nov. 21, 2007: vs. La.-Lafayette

Candace Parker, Tennessee (7)
Feb. 3, 2008: vs. Kentucky
Jan. 6, 2007: at Connecticut
Dec. 20, 2006: vs. West Virginia
Nov. 24, 2006: vs. Stanford
Nov. 12, 2006: vs. Chattanooga
March 19, 2005: vs. Army*
March 19, 2005: vs. Army*

* NCAA Tournament, first round

Note: Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks has dunked twice in WNBA games

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee's Candace Parker had her fourth career dunk Friday night in the Volunteers' 77-60 win over No. 11 Stanford.

Parker got a steal near midcourt and ran toward the other side at the open basket. She raised the ball in her right hand and dunked it with 10:55 remaining in the first half.

Parker dunked in the fourth-ranked Lady Vols' season opener against Chattanooga, the first dunk at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Parker made history in last year's NCAA Tournament by dunking twice against Army in the first round.

Parker is the fifth woman to dunk in a college game, joining former Tennessee player Michelle Snow, Houston's Sancho Lyttle, North Carolina's Charlotte Smith and West Virginia's Georgeann Wells. Snow dunked three times, but never in Thompson-Boling Arena.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.