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LSU forward Shanece McKinney (21) blocks a shot by Tennessee forward Bashaara Graves during the first half in an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference women's tournament, Friday, March 7, 2014, in Duluth, Ga.(AP Photo/John Bazemore)

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) — Isabelle Harrison scored 21 points, Meighan Simmons and Bashaara Graves each added 14 and No. 6 Tennessee used an overpowering late run to beat LSU 77-65 in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament on Friday night.

The second-seeded Lady Vols (25-5) have won five straight and 11 of 12.

Theresa Plaisance finished with 21 points and Danielle Ballard scored 15 for LSU (19-12). The Lady Tigers, seeded 10th, have lost seven of eight.

Tennessee's 19-0 run late in the second half made it 70-55 lead on Simmons' two free throws, but the game's first 35 minutes were tough on the fifth-leading scorer in Tennessee history.

Simmons, who had averaged over 22 points in the previous three games, was just 3 for 16 from the field before her reverse layup from the baseline ended a fast break to force a 55-all tie.

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