• Blake Von Hagen, Staff Writer
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The Tennessee swimming and diving team was well aware of the daunting task that Florida presented when it came to town for Senior Day at the Allen Jones Aquatic Center on Friday.

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Saturday, Tennessee's men’s swimming and diving team rallied late to tie Georgia 150-150, while the women's team fell short with a final score of 169-139 at Gabrielsen Natatorium. Tennessee used a 1-2 finish in the final 400-yard medley relay to make up the 13-point deficit to tie the Bulldo…

  • Blake Von Hagen, Staff Writer
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The rivalry between the University of Georgia and the University of Tennessee extends beyond the confines of the football field and the basketball court. Tennessee and Georgia are also rivals in swimming and diving; it is always one of the last two dual meets of the season.

  • Blake Von Hagen, Staff Writer
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It is rare for the Tennessee swimming and diving men or women to compete in a meet without their respective counterparts, but that very scenario will take place when the women travel to Fayetteville to face Arkansas on Saturday.

  • Blake Von Hagen, Staff Writer
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As Colin (Zhipeng) Zeng prepared for one of the biggest moments of his diving career, he could not help but ponder a question that had been on his mind since the beginning of the season: Was he at the right college?

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After losing to Louisville at home and splitting their double dual meet in Kentucky last week, the 11th ranked women’s swim team will travel alone to Nashville to compete against Vanderbilt at Centennial Sportsplex on Nov. 4.

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Big splashes could be seen and heard yesterday at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center.

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The Tennessee Volunteers swimming and diving team swept the North Carolina Tarheels on Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22, notching a 216-156 victory for the men and a 205-167 win for the women.

  • By Patrick MacCoon
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For Tennessee swimmers David Heron and Molly Hannis, the opportunity to represent their country in the sport they love is nothing new. The two were named to the 2014-2015 USA Swimming National Team roster for the second time in their careers last Wednesday.

  • By Jonathan Toye
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The Tennessee men and women's swimming and diving teams both recorded victories over Virginia Tech and Missouri Saturday afternoon in Knoxville. The men's team beat Missouri 164-136 and Virginia Tech 169-131, while the women's team beat Missouri 192.5-106.5 and Virginia Tech 192-108.

  • By Lauren Kittrell
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Baseball – After the Diamond Vols' matchup against MTSU on Tuesday night, the team is heading to Gainesville, Fla., for a three-game set against Florida this weekend. The games are set for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday will conclude with an afternoon game at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

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