Tennessee’s Isabelle Harrison, bottom middle, is attended to by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Greg Mathien, left, against Kentucky on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015. KNOXVILLE – Two Lady Vols, including Nashville’s Isabelle Harrison, were named first-team All-SEC on Tuesday by the league’s coaches.Harrison, a senior center, tore her anterior cruciate ligament last month, essentially ending her season. She entered the game to a rousing ovation for the final 4.5 seconds of Tennessee’s Senior Day win over Vanderbilt on Sunday. On Tuesday, she tweeted a photo of herself in a hospital bed with the caption “RoadtoRecovery.”Harrison, who attended Hillsboro, was also named to the conference’s top team a season ago. She led the Lady Vols with 12.2 points and 8.6 rebounds.Cierra Burdick, a senior forward, also earned first-team honors. Burdick averaged 11 points and 7.1 rebounds.“Those two have earned it,” Tennessee coach Holly Warlick said Tuesday. “They’ve worked hard. That’s a result of playing on a team that they’ve been able to thrive with. Really proud of them.”Lady Vols rout Vandy, share SEC regular-season titleBurdick and Warlick expressed disappointment Tuesday that Tennessee guard Andraya Carter wasn’t recognized on the SEC’s all-defensive team. Carter led the league in steals with 2.5 per game.Vanderbilt’s Rebekah Dahlman was named to the all-freshman team. Dahlman redshirted last season after being diagnosed with a blood clot in December. This season, she was the Commodores’ only player to average double figures.The SEC Tournament begins Wednesday in Little Rock, Ark. Vanderbilt, seeded 11th, will play No. 14 seed Alabama in the final game on the first day.The second-seeded Lady Vols begin their title defense on Friday against the winner of No. 10 Georgia and No. 7 Missouri.Reach Matt Slovin at [email protected] or on Twitter @MattSlovin.