For rowers Jesselyn Voysey and Katherine Pearson, the sport that they love has become a way of life. Both knew when beginning the college process that they wanted to take their passion for the sport one step further and began the search for a school that would fit their academic and athletic needs.

My freshman year of college, I found myself standing in a glass boathouse along the Tennessee River with a large group of particularly tall college girls.

This weekend the Lady Vols rowing team will hit the road for the waters of California for the Windermere Real Estate Regatta, one of the nation’s top rowing events. The 20-mile course at Redwood Shores begins with a narrow stretch of water and then becomes wider, exposing teams to cross-wind…

As the Lady Vols novice team strokes past the Tennessee Boathouse, one wonders what goes through the minds of these women. Are they concentrating on their technique? Are they wondering about the upcoming meet? Or should they grab a pole and attempt to catch dinner?

Any coach will tell you that in order to have a successful team, you must have great returning upperclassmen that are willing to continue working hard.

UT women's rowing head coach Lisa Glenn seems to have humble expectations for this spring season.

The University of Tennessee women's rowing team claimed victory in the grand finals of four events at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship Regatta in Oak Ridge on Saturday.

With five SEC series left in the season, the Tennessee baseball team sits in a tie with South Carolina atop the SEC East.

The Lady Vols kept Auburn off the scoreboard for 17.2 innings on Saturday, yet had only a doubleheader split to show for their efforts, as sophomore Shannon Anderson's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 11th lifted the Tigers to a 1-0 win at Auburn.

Fresh off a convincing win over Louisville and its first national ranking of the season, the No. 23 Lady Vol rowing team heads west this weekend to compete in the San Diego Crew Classic.

While the name Kacey Montgomery might not seem familiar, it isn't difficult to see the wake of her accomplishment - literally. The senior from Apopka, Fla., leads a strong group of girls on UT's rowing team.

While the name Kacey Montgomery might not seem familiar, it isn't difficult to see the wake of her accomplishment - literally. The senior from Apopka, Fla., leads a strong group of girls on UT's rowing team.

The typical college student dreads 8 a.m. classes, and very few can even imagine what 5:30 a.m. looks like.

From the diamond to the hardwood to the river and everything in between, several Lady Vol athletes have had spectacular seasons in their respective sport.

After narrowly losing several races to Minnesota last week, head rowing coach Lisa Glenn made it her and the team's goal to further develop their speed and technique this week at practice. It all paid off on Saturday as the Lady Volunteer rowing team swept all four races from the Louisville …

The University of Tennessee Rowing Club has just completed the fall season with hard work, determination and even a couple of wins.

On the third Saturday in October, Tennessee lined up in front of thousands of cheering fans and won an event full of tradition and prestige.

Coming off last weekend's sweep of Louisville, the Lady Vol varsity crew will head to California for the San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay.

The University of Tennessee's women's rowing team competed at the Head of the Chattahoochee on Saturday, and once again found success in both the Club 4+ and Club 8+ events.

The Tennessee rowing team will have smiles on their faces Saturday for one reason they're finally at home. After competing in Pittsburgh and Clemson, S.C., in the season's first two events, the Lady Vols will host the 25th Head of the Tennessee Regatta on Fort Loudoun Lake.

Today's Athlete of the Week has a slightly different twist. So many times, individual awards drown out the quality of a team sport. Therefore, the Lady Vol rowing team has been chosen as Athlete of the Week.

The Lady Vol rowing team competed successfully in the Head of the Ohio on Oct. 7, despite the fact that the event was cut short due to high prevailing winds. The regatta was halfway into completion when officials canceled the rest of the event due to steady winds from the west that were crea…

The University of Tennessee rowing team completed competition at the Head

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