On a beautiful Mother’s Day, the Tennessee track and field squads took to Tom Black Track in Laporte Stadium for Sunday’s third and final day of events of the 2018 SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The Tennessee track and field athletes, following a successful performance in the Tennessee Relays, which featured wins in five events for Tennessee, parted ways to participate in their own respective events over the weekend.
The Tennessee track and field team is coming off of another successful weekend after hosting the annual Tennessee Relays at the Tom Black Track in Knoxville.
On Saturday, the final stretch of the three-day Tennessee Relays came to a conclusion, featuring arguably the largest single competition of the entire event.
On a windy Thursday afternoon, the Tennessee track and field team hosted the 51st Annual Tennessee Relays at the newly renovated Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium. The Volunteers competed with athletes from 14 other schools for superiority in the meet.
Tennessee director of track and field and cross country Beth Alford-Sullivan and her team will play host this weekend to the Tennessee Relays at Tom Black Track in LaPorte Stadium from Thursday through Saturday.
This weekend the Tennessee track and field team will head to the University of Florida’s campus and compete at the Percy Beard Track in James G. Pressly Stadium for the Pepsi Florida Relays.
The Tennessee track and field team competed at the SEC Indoor Championships in College Station, TX, this past weekend with a strong performance from junior sprinter Mustaqeem Williams that allowed the Vols to leave the championships with a gold medal.
The Tennessee track and field team will split up on Friday, with some athletes heading back to compete at Clemson and others traveling to Seattle to compete in the Husky Classic hosted by the University of Washington.
Tennessee sent five athletes to compete in the pentathlon in the first installment of the Bob Pollack Invitational at the Clemson University Indoor Complex last Friday.
On Saturday, several track and field programs from around the Southeast competed in the UAB Vulcan Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama; among them were the Tennessee men’s and women’s teams.
The Tennessee track and field team will head to Birmingham on Saturday to compete in the UAB Vulcan Invitational in what will be its second outing of the 2018 indoor season.
The Tennessee cross country/track and field program recently signed nine new faces on to the team’s roster for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The newcomers will include five men and four women, ranging from long jumpers and sprinters to long-distance cross country athletes.
The Tennessee track and field program recently added David Neville to its staff as an assistant coach; Neville works with sprints, hurdles and relays.
Each year, thousands of high school students apply for college with the desire to leave home and be free from parental supervision. For some, the prospect of eating cereal and pancakes for dinner without being given that scolding look from their parents makes for a pretty effective motivator.
The Tennessee cross country team will compete in its second meet of the season this weekend, facing off with five other schools in the Georgia Bulldog SEC Preview.
Despite taking home silver medals in the men’s 100m and men’s 4x100 at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, former Tennessee sprinter Christian Coleman’s mind is still on college.
As the school year winds down, the pressure intensifies for Tennessee’s track and field team, which is gearing up for its greatest challenge thus far in the season.
If director of track and field and cross county, Beth Alford-Sullivan, highlighted the name of every athlete that is performing well on her team’s listed roster, it may look more like artwork than a document.
As spring approaches, the University of Tennessee track and field team will take on Florida this weekend at the Pepsi Florida Relay in Gainesville, Florida.
On Friday, March 11, the NCAA Indoor Championships will be taking place in College Station, Texas, and Christian Coleman aims to make history.
The University of Tennessee track and field team is looking to make a solid impression at this week’s upcoming SEC Championship meet, something they have been working on since early on in the year.
As the final stretch of the cross country season begins, the Tennessee cross country team isn’t focusing on the possibility of competing for the NCAA national championships just yet.
Tennessee graduate Justin Gatlin made history Sunday, August 14 after capturing a silver medal in the 100m dash, becoming the first American track and field athlete to capture three medals of any kind in the event.
With an almost preseason-like competition in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and a training week out of the way, Tennessee’s track and field team is ready to get back to work.
On Feb. 15, the Tennessee track and field program achieved something it had not done since 2008: both the men and women’s teams ranked in the top-10 national poll.
In 2008 Tennessee had 21 entries into the NCAA Track and Field National Championships. This year the Vols have 14 entries, the most since that 2008 season. Tennessee heads to the 2016 Indoor National Championships in Birmingham, Ala. ranked No. 6 on the men’s side and No.7 on the women’s sid…
A busy month of February continues for the Tennessee track and field program with a trip to Seattle, WA. and Fayetteville, Ark. on the books this weekend.Tennessee will send four distance runners, seniors Chelsea Blasse and Austin Whitelaw and freshmen Zach Long and Tyler Woodrome out to Was…
A busy month continues for the Tennessee track and field program with a trip to Seattle, Washington, and Fayetteville, Arkansas, on the books this weekend.