Pat Summitt steps down as Tennessee women's basketball coach

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Legendary women's college basketball coach Pat Summitt announced that she would step down at Tennessee, the Los Angeles Times said.

Summitt, the winningest coach in college basketball history, will take the title of 'head coach emeritus' and be replaced by Holly Warlick.

Summitt was diagnosed with early-onset dementia less than a year ago.

Summitt has coached the Lady Vols for 38 seasons, leading the team to eight national championships and 18 Final Four appearances.

She was the NCAA coach of the year seven times.

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