As a team, LSU hit .349 for the match, including a .417 performance in Game 3. The Tigers out killed Tennessee by 18, 58-40 and recorded 20 more assists, 53-33.
LSU came out and dominated the Lady Vols in the first game. A five-point run by the Tigers opened up an early eight-point lead, 11-3. Tennessee cut the lead to five, but could get no closer as LSU cruised to the 30-19 win.
Tennessee rallied in Game 2, rattling off six-straight points to start the game. The Tigers finally got on the board and mounted a 10-5 run to cut the Lady Vol lead to one, 11-10.
Tennessee stretched its lead to five points again, 19-14 before LSU rallied to tie the game at 24. The Tigers then scored the next three points to take the 28-25 lead. Just as it seemed LSU would put the match away, the Lady Vols scored four straight to take the 29-28 advantage.
At game point for Tennessee, the Tigers got a kill by Kyra Lancon to tie the game. Another kill by Lancon put the game away, 31-29.
In the third game, LSU dominated like it had during game one. After jumping out to a 7-1 lead, the Tigers opened up a nine-point advantage, 15-6. Tennessee could get no closer than five points the rest of the way as LSU easily took the nine-point win and the match.