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The Tennessee baseball team (1-2) was unable to pick up their first win of the season in game two of its opening weekend series due to a late surge by Maryland (2-1) to take control of the back-and-forth affair and win the game 10-4.

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On Sunday, the Tennessee women’s basketball team (21-5, 9-4 SEC) was sitting high after an easy and pivotal victory against the then-No. 18 Georgia Bulldogs that put the No. 11 Lady Vols in a firm tie for second place in the SEC heading down the homestretch towards the SEC Tournament.

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After facing a brutal stretch of six games in which it lost four, the Tennessee women’s basketball team (20-4, 9-3 SEC) seems to have righted the ship lately, picking up four straight wins against SEC opponents to place itself in a three-way tie for second place in the conference.

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The Lady Vols completed a six-game slate at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Arizona, on Saturday, blanking the University of Calfornia-Davis at 6-0 and then coming from behind to defeat No. 15 Utah at 6-5 later that day.

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After coming off of a tough opening weekend, with losses against the University of Minnesota (3-4) and the University of Texas (1-4), the Tennessee men's tennis team came back to win against the Duke Blue Devils (4-1) in Friday night's match.

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The Tennessee women’s basketball team (20-4, 8-3 SEC) had hit the road for five of its last eight games before it traveled to Fayetteville to face the unranked Arkansas Razorbacks (12-12, 3-8 SEC) at Bud Walton Arena.

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The Tennessee track and field team will split up on Friday, with some athletes heading back to compete at Clemson and others traveling to Seattle to compete in the Husky Classic hosted by the University of Washington.

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As the 2018 college baseball season approaches, the Tennessee program will prepare for its first season under head coach Tony Vitello. During its upcoming campaign, the squad will likely be known for its youth at almost every position.

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The expectation of competing for a trip to Oklahoma City in May is nothing new for co-head coaches Ralph and Karen Weekly and the Tennessee softball team. 

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The Tennessee rowing team may not always garner the same attention as competitors in other sports, such as basketball and football, but the Lady Vols are proving to be just as fierce.

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Not known as a shooter, junior forward Kyle Alexander received the ball from sophomore guard Lamonte Turner near the top of the key. Hesitant, Alexander whipped the ball back to Turner, who stared down the clock with 10 seconds to shoot.

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In 1980, Holly Warlick was a standout point guard for the Tennessee women’s basketball team near the end of a collegiate career that saw her set multiple program records, including a still-standing mark of steals in a season (141).

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After leading the Tennessee women’s basketball team to two straight wins, including a victory over No. 14 Texas A&M, Jaime Nared has been rewarded for her plays on the court.

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The Tennessee football program has produced multiple NFL standouts in its history, but in this past season, the rookies from Rocky Top were the ones who stole the show.

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As Jim Kelson continues in his 20th year as head coach of the Tennessee men’s golf team, having compiled a 1,976-1,374-55 record, he will look to find further success with his team over the weekend as the spring season begins.