The No. 20 Tennessee men’s tennis team continues to defy all expectations.
The No. 21 Tennessee men’s tennis team was back on the courts in the SEC Tournament semifinals on Saturday, taking on the No. 1-seeded Texas A&M Aggies at the Alabama Tennis Stadium in Tuscaloosa.
The No. 21-ranked Tennessee men’s tennis team entered SEC Tournament play on Friday, taking on host-team Alabama in a quarterfinal matchup after receiving a double bye.
The 2018 Spring tennis season didn’t end exactly the way the Tennessee men’s tennis team would have liked, as they suffered a loss to in-state rival Vanderbilt 4-3 on April 15.
Following a 4-2 second-round loss to Ole Miss on Thursday in the SEC Women’s Tennis Tournament, No. 35 Tennessee (18-11) now turns its attention to the NCAA Tournament.
As the chilly April wind began to swallow Barksdale Stadium, the Tennessee women’s tennis team’s momentum from Wednesday’s victory over Alabama was quietly extinguished.
The 35th-ranked Tennessee Lady Vols tennis team took the court as the No. 11 seed in the first round of the 2018 SEC Championships on Wednesday, as they faced off against No. 12 seeded Alabama.
Tennessee men’s tennis senior Luis Valero’s career in Knoxville is winding down. Valero played his last regular season match on Sunday in a loss to the Vanderbilt Commodores.
The Tennessee women’s tennis team (17-10, 3-10 SEC) will start its quest for the SEC Championship on Wednesday against Alabama (15-14, 2-11), hosting the tournament at Barksdale Stadium.
With the regular season winding down and heading into SEC Tournament play, the No. 19 Tennessee men’s tennis team (19-6, 8-3 SEC) welcomed one of the stronger squads in the SEC, the No. 22 Kentucky Wildcats, to Knoxville on Friday.
It’s safe to say that the No. 24-ranked Tennessee men’s tennis team, with an 18-6 overall record and a 7-3 mark in SEC play, has been a pleasant surprise so far this season.
Since starting the season 12-0 and rising in the rankings as high as the top 15, the No. 31 Tennessee women’s tennis team has gone on a downward trend in SEC play.
On Friday, the No. 19 Tennessee men’s tennis team returned home after a successful victory against the No. 14-ranked Georgia Bulldogs in Athens to face upset-minded Auburn, winless so far in the SEC.
As dark clouds began to settle over the Goodfriend Tennis Center on Thursday, the rain was unable to put out the fire that the Tennessee Lady Vols displayed.
The 38th-ranked Tennessee women’s tennis team will look to right a ship that has tread on rough waters as it hosts Auburn, Alabama and Western Kentucky this weekend.
Both Tennessee tennis squads were in action on Sunday, with each of their respective contests occurring on the road against SEC foes. The No. 25-ranked men were able to upset No. 14-ranked Georgia in Athens, 4-3.
Both the men’s and women's tennis teams have gotten off to hot starts this season, but the first SEC weekend wasn’t as kind as the previous ones were to the Volunteers.
The No. 18-ranked Tennessee women’s tennis team (12-0) took care of business this weekend against Florida Gulf Coast (2-4) and Georgia State (6-6) on the road at the FGCU Tennis Complex.
The Tennessee men’s tennis team hosted the University of South Carolina Upstate Spartans on Saturday in a doubleheader at the Goodfriend Tennis Center, with the Vols defeating the Spartans by scores of 7-0 and 4-0.
The Lady Vols tennis team (9-0) came away with a win in a back-and-forth affair in Bloomington, Indiana, on Sunday. The Lady Vols handed the Lady Hoosiers (8-1) their first loss of the season with a close 4-3 victory.
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.
Six matches into the 2018 spring season, the Tennessee women’s tennis team is undefeated, posting a 4-0 home record and a 2-0 away mark. And the final scores haven’t been close.
Over the weekend, head coach Chris Woodruff and the Tennessee men’s tennis team traveled to Austin, Texas, to compete in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend at the Texas Tennis Center.
After finding success on the road to begin the 2018 spring season, the Tennessee women’s tennis team was called back to Knoxville on Saturday for another test.
After launching off to a 2-0 start, the Tennessee women’s tennis team is primed to take on in-state opponents Memphis and ETSU on Saturday for its first doubleheader of the year.
This weekend, the undefeated Tennessee men’s tennis team (7-0), led by first-year head coach Chris Woodruff, will travel to Austin, Texas, to compete in the ITA Kick-off Weekend.
26-year-old Tennys Sandgren, a former Tennessee All-American, accomplished that which had not been accomplished by a Vol in 17 years.
The Tennessee men’s tennis team will take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets this Friday for its first match against a major conference team this season.
On Monday, the Tennessee men’s tennis team played its second doubleheader of the year after winning its first two matches against Charlotte on Saturday.