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In the week heading up to No. 10 Tennessee’s Knoxville Regional clash with Monmouth, Ohio and James Madison, there was one thing the Lady Vols’ coaches and players made clear: there are no easy opponents in the postseason.

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If an offensive showcase is what you like in a college softball game, then 10-seeded Tennessee’s NCAA Regional game against James Madison at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium on Saturday was a treat.

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Entering Saturday’s semifinal contest with top-seeded Florida at the SEC Tournament in Columbia, MO., the Tennessee softball team had hopes of clinching a birth in its first SEC Tournament final since 2015.

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Ahead of Saturday’s game two versus No. 18 Kentucky, co-head coach Ralph Weekly had a message for his team following a game one loss on Friday in which No. 7 Tennessee saw an 8-2 lead turn into an 8-9 loss in extra innings.

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The seventh-ranked Tennessee softball team traveled to Tuscaloosa this past weekend for another important conference showdown, and in the process, pulled off an impressive feat no other Tennessee team has done before.

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When speaking with the media on Wednesday, Tennessee softball's co-head coach Ralph Weekly said that no team is going to go through SEC play undefeated. It comes with the territory when you play in the premier conference in college softball.

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The Tennessee softball team got a taste of SEC play when it swept Missouri in three games nearly two weeks ago. Now, with the non-conference regular season slate behind them, the Lady Vols are preparing for the road ahead.

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The fourth-ranked Tennessee softball team traded in Knoxville’s chilly weather for Hawaii’s warmth as the Lady Vols are taking part in the Bank of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu this week.

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Following Friday night’s conference-opening win over Missouri, Tennessee co-head coaches Ralph and Karen Weekly addressed some concerns to their team after the Lady Vols pitching staff struggled to put away the Tigers until late.

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After struggling early during Tennessee’s 6-3 victory over Charleston Southern on Saturday, Caylan Arnold settled in and came through in a big way behind her productive arm, holding the Buccaneers scoreless after their three-run first inning. 

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