Pat Summitt's passing has shaken more than just the sports world.
The legendary women's basketball coach was more than just a coach. She broke barriers and became a leader, mentor, and more in the lives of those she came across. Summitt passed away at the age of 64, just five years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. In her 38 years at Tennessee, she won 1,098 games and eight national titles. She cemented her place in the book of the greatest coaches of all-time.
Many sports writers and teams took time to remember Summitt on a heavy day.
Summitt's legacy will never be forgotten.