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The SEC Tournament is upon us, as the first round kicked off on Wednesday. The No. 14 Tennessee women’s basketball team earned the No. 3 seed in the SEC after posting a 15-6 overall record and a 9-4 conference record.

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A year ago this weekend, Tennessee’s men’s tennis team completed a weekend sweep of SEC opponents Ole Miss and Mississippi State to improve to 14-2 on the season. The Vols were ranked No. 19 in the ITA coaches poll and poised to compete for an SEC title.

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The Southeastern Conference announced its All-Conference Teams this morning, and four Lady Vols were honored, as voted upon by the league’s coaches.

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The No. 14 Tennessee women’s basketball team finished the regular season on the right note, defeating both Missouri and Auburn last week. After the 78-73 win against Mizzou and an 88-54 victory against the Tigers, Tennessee enters the SEC Tournament with a 15-6 record and a 9-4 SEC record. 

Tennessee softball pitcher Ashley Rogers was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week for her performance during Tennessee’s third week of play. The junior pitcher combined for 41 strikeouts in 19.0 innings, ending the week with a perfect 3-0 record.

The Tennessee men’s baseball team has found someone to play on Wednesday. The team announced it has added a game with in-state rival Austin Peay, scheduled for March 3.

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Tennessee’s inconsistent play during the conference schedule continued, hitting a new low this week in a road win over Vanderbilt and road loss to Auburn. 

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The No. 15 Tennessee baseball team needed 11 innings to capture the win in its weekend series finale against Indiana State at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Sunday afternoon. After the 6-5 win, the Vols improve to 7-2, while the Sycamores drop to 3-4 overall.

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Tennessee defeated Big East champions Xavier 3-1 Sunday in a fairly dominant performance driven by yet another multi goal game for freshman forward Jaida Thomas, her third in the last three games. 

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The No. 15 Tennessee baseball team lost both matches of their Saturday doubleheader against Indiana State. A lack of offense plagued the first game, while poor pitching occurred in the second game. After today, the Vols drop to 6-2 on the year while the Sycamores climb to 3-3 overall.

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Tennessee stayed true to form coming off of the Wednesday win against Vanderbilt by following it up with a loss. Auburn was without star guard Sharife Cooper but it wouldn’t matter as Tennessee was once again unable to string together two wins as the Tigers would win 77-72. 

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On a rainy Friday night, the No. 15 Tennessee baseball team squeaked out a 4-3 win against Indiana State at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, after a mixed start from Chad Dallas. The Vols are still a perfect 6-0 on the season, while the Sycamores drop to 1-3 overall.

Tennessee volleyball dropped its second match to the No. 8 Florida Friday in three sets, 25-21, 29-27, 25-16. The Lady Vols now sit at 6-6 after suffering their second series sweep of the year. 

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The No. 20/21 Tennessee women’s basketball team used a 20-point fourth-quarter performance from Rennia Davis to achieve a 78-73 victory Thursday night against Missouri. After the win, the Lady Vols improved to 13-6 overall and 7-4 in the SEC, while the Tigers dropped to 8-10 for the season a…

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Tennessee volleyball suffered its first loss of the spring season at the hands of No. 8 Florida, 3-0, Thursday. The Gators took all three sets by scores of 25-20, 25-18, and 25-21 to complete their ninth set sweep of the season. 

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The Tennessee baseball team will be taking on Indiana State for their first home weekend series of the season. The No. 16 Vols are currently a perfect 5-0 through the early part of the season, while the Sycamores sit at 1-2 after their first series of the 2021 campaign.

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After a blowout loss to Kentucky on Saturday, Tennessee traveled to Vanderbilt for a midweek battle. Vanderbilt was without Scotty Pippen Jr. and Dylan Disu as the Vols were able to survive a slow start to win 70-58.

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Tennessee won its eighth straight game over instate rival Vanderbilt Wednesday, 70-58. The Vols struggled offensively but a 21-point performance from Victor Bailey Jr. and 20-point performance from Jaden Springer helped Tennessee survive the undermanned Commodores.

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The No. 16 Tennessee baseball team completed the sweep of Arkansas Pine-Bluff Wednesday night, in a 14-6 rout. After scoring 21 runs last night, including an 11-run eighth, the Vols (5-0) started quick in the first inning against UAPB (0-2).

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The Tennessee Volleyball team is back in action Thursday as it hosts the No. 8 Florida Gators in the Lady Vols’ second series of the spring season. Tennessee and Florida are both coming off postponed matches due to winter weather that affected much of the southeast last week.

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Max Ferguson is among a dying breed of baseball players. He does not strikeout much, and he does not hit many home runs — two outcomes that are becoming more and more common, as terms like launch angle are preached from young age.

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The University of Tennessee women’s basketball team will travel to Columbia, Missouri to play the Tigers for their final away game of the regular season. The No. 21/21 Lady Vols have an overall regular-season record of 13-6 and an SEC record of 7-4. Mizzou sits one game below .500 at 8-9 and…

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The No. 16 Tennessee baseball team won its home opener of the 2021 season on Tuesday night against Arkansas-Pine Bluff in a dominating 21-1 win. The Vols now sport a 4-0 record, while the Golden Lions drop their season opener. 

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Join sports editor Ryan Schumpert, sports writer Jeffrey Russell and sports editor Josh Lane as they chat about UT men's and women's basketball games from the previous week.

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This past week, the Lady Vols showed how high their ceiling can be, with a huge upset over No. 2 South Carolina. Tennessee also showed, in a telling loss to No. 22 Georgia, that it has few wrinkles to smooth out before postseason play begins.

Tennessee senior Rennia Davis has been named the Southeastern Conference’s Player of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Davis led the Lady Vols to a 75-67 upset over No. 2 South Carolina, and was the team’s leading scorer in Sunday’s loss to No. 22 Georgia.