A day after Jazmine Massengill announced that she would be entering the transfer portal, Lady Vol guard Zaay Green announced, via Instagram, that she would be entering the portal as well.
For the second time in as many days Tennessee picked up a commitment in its 2021 class. Once again, the Vols improved on the offensive end securing the commitment of in-state receiver Walker Merrill.
The NCAA Division I Council met on Monday afternoon and came to the decision that all spring sport athletes have an optional extra year of eligibility due to season cancellations.
The recruiting world may be a little quiet right now with coaches and prospects unable to meet in person due to the coronavirus. However, that hasn’t stopped prospects from making their college decisions over the past few weeks. Tennessee got in on the fun Monday, landing 3-star running back…
Tennessee’s basketball team had a scholarship open up Monday when wing Jalen Johnson entered the transfer portal. Rick Barnes and staff filled that scholarship quickly as E.J. Anosike announced his transfer to the Vols.
Despite the short season and absence of SEC matchups, the Lady Vols softball team managed to finish 14-9 overall, competing in the Kajikawa Classic, the Puerto Vallarata College Challenge, the Tampa Tournament, the ETSU Tournament and the Tennessee Invitational.
Last week the SEC announced the cancellation of all regular season conference and non-conference competitions and the remaining SEC championships for the 2019-2020 athletic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tennessee’s 2020 softball season was an unusual one, to say the least. The Lady Vols finished the pandemic-shortened year with a 14-9 record. Now, here is a look back at a season that was marked by ups and downs for Tennessee.
Based on simple logic, college football should not be as big as it is in the United States. There is a league of professionals who play the same sport for a living, providing a higher level of play for fans of the game to watch. So why has college football been able to carve out such a large…
Most people know that recruiting is the lifeblood for college athletics. However, not all sports fans know the intricacies that go into the recruiting calendar and when coaches can and can’t recruit.
The 2020 college baseball season was cut short due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Vols were only able to play about a month of baseball before the rest of the season was cancelled. During that time, they shattered all expectations. Tennessee went 15-2 and even reached as high as No. 11 in …
The 2019-20 NCAA women’s basketball season was cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but that does not mean that fans can’t take a look back on what happened during the season, and how this team will look during the 2020-21 season.
Rennia Davis added another accolade to her already extensive list of honors. Thursday afternoon the Associated Press released their women’s basketball All-America honors, with Davis receiving an honorable mention.
Tennessee football strength Craig Fitzgerald is leaving for the NFL. Initially reported GoVols247 and confirmed in a tweet by Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald interviewed for the New York Giants job earlier this week and has accepted a position with the team.
Without a deep run in the SEC Tournament that was canceled last week due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Tennessee basketball team was set to miss the NCAA Tournament for the first time in since 2017.
With college sports on a break, everyone starts looking forward to this fall, and on Rocky Top that means the third year on the Jeremy Pruitt era for the Tennessee football.
Lady Vols’ head coach Kellie Harper, spoke to the media on March 17 about the recent Covid-19 outbreak, and how it has impacted the women’s basketball team.
Following the cancelation of all SEC sports for the remainder of the regular and postseason, Tennessee head coaches gathered for a press conference to discuss the surrounding circumstances of each team and what the future holds for Tennessee athletics as they process the news of a lost season.
Tennessee’s spring and winter sports coaches, as well as Tennessee director of athletics Phillip Fulmer, met with the local media Tuesday to discuss the sudden end to the 2019-2020 seasons and the challenges facing them with the fallout and combating of the coronavirus.
The sports world received a shock on Mar. 11 when an NBA game between the Jazz and Thunder was postponed due to Jazz player Rudy Gobert testing positive for the COVID-19.
Today the SEC announced that the remaining athletic events this year, including non-conference events, have been cancelled for the remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year due to the spread of coronavirus.
Despite the abrupt ending, this season was a bit of a disappointing campaign for the Tennessee men’s basketball team. Finishing with a 17–14 (9–9 SEC) record, the Vols took a big step back following their Sweet Sixteen team last year and their SEC championship the year before that.
This week the NCAA announced the cancellation of all winter and spring sports as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. As a result of being in Nashville to cover the SEC Men’s basketball tournament, we had a front row seat to the whirlwind that was March 11 and 12.
As the sports world reacts to coronavirus (COVID-19) news, Tennessee Athletics has decided to announce the postponement of the Orange & White game, originally set for April 18.
A day after the SEC announced it would be closing its annual basketball tournament to fans, the SEC decided to cancel the entire tournament.
The reach of the coronavirus has found its way to SEC sports. Following the restriction of fan attendance for the NCAA Basketball Tournaments, as well as multiple other conference basketball tournaments, the SEC has announced that until at least March 30 regular season contests on SEC campus…
With a history of close games against the UNC Tar Heels (10-13, 3-3 ACC), it’s no surprise tonight’s matchup was a nail-biter, as the Lady Vols (14-9) fell to North Carolina 3-2.
Tennessee football got their spring camp underway with the first practice yesterday, and afterwards, head coach Jeremy Pruitt spoke to media on a variety of topics.
The No. 20 Tennessee Volunteers had a much needed productive day at the plate as they set new season highs in hits (20), extra-base hits (10), and home runs (4).
The No. 20 Tennessee Volunteers defeated ETSU, 17-5, at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Tuesday night. With the win, the Vols improve to 15-2, while ETSU falls to 12-3. Christian Delashmit (3-0) recorded the win for Tennessee, while Tucker Rogers (1-1) suffered the loss for ETSU.
The Tennessee Volunteers had a rough week last week going 2-2 in non-conference games. They dropped a weekend series to Wright State as they lost game one 4-5 and game three 3-6 for the first series loss of the season for the Big Orange.
Tennessee’s football team opens its spring practice Tuesday as the Vols will partake in 14 practices over the next month until the Orange and White game on April 18.
Tennessee’s last week of the regular season saw the Vols face its toughest competition of the season. The Vols went on the road pulling off a miraculous comeback from behind victory at No. 6 Kentucky before falling at home to No. 17 Auburn.
The SEC Tournament started this past week and the Lady Vols earned a bye during the first round after finishing the regular season with a 20-9 record overall and a 9-6 record in the SEC. They awaited the winner of the Missouri/Ole Miss match and ended up playing the Tigers. Tennessee was abl…
The No. 19 Tennessee men’s Tennis team defeated No. 11 Mississippi and in-state competition Austin Peay Sunday to improve to 14-2 on the season, 2-1 in SEC play.
The No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers dropped their first series of the year after Sunday’s 6-3 loss to Wright State. Tennessee now stands at 14-2 overall this season, while Wright State improves to 5-9. Vols’ starter, Chase Wallace, took the loss (1-1), and Austin Cline (2-2) earned the win for W…
The No.11 Tennessee Volunteers faced off against the Wright State Raiders in a decisive game three on Sunday afternoon. The Vols struggled to get any offense going as they fell 6-3 to the visitors to drop their first series of the year, they fall to 14-2 on the year.
After a long Saturday, Tennessee showed up to Sherri Lee Parker Stadium ready to play in the finale of the Tennessee Invitational on Sunday. They took down Stanford 5-0 just after falling to the Cardinal 7-2 on Friday. The Lady Vols advanced to a record of 14-8, while Stanford fell to 22-4.
This Saturday, Tennessee won both of its games to improve to a 3-1 record in the Tennessee Invitational. The Lady Vols walked it off 10-9 in a nine-inning thriller against Toledo in their first game of the day. In the nightcap, Tennessee was dominant in a 10-2 run-rule of ETSU.
On Saturday, Tennessee won both of its games to improve to a 3-1 record in the Tennessee Invitational. The Lady Vols walked it off 10-9 in a nine-inning thriller against Toledo in their first game of the day. In the nightcap, Tennessee was dominant in a 10-2 run-rule of ETSU.