The 2021 MLB Draft concluded Tuesday with rounds 11-20, and two more Vols got the call. Senior righthanders Jackson Leath and Sean Hunley were drafted in the 12th and 19th round of the 2021 MLB Draft, respectively.

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For the first time in program history, Tennessee had five players drafted in the first 10 rounds of the MLB Draft. Monday afternoon, Chad Dallas, Liam Spence, Max Ferguson Connor Pavolony and Jake Rucker were all selected in Day 2 of the 2021 MLB Draft, which consisted of rounds 2-10.

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Tennessee had been nearly perfect in its few games following a loss this season. Entering the day, Tennessee had won 15 times and dropped just one contest following a loss, with the lone occurrence back in February against Indiana State. Following Sunday’s shutout loss to Virginia, the Vols …

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Long-awaited pandemonium broke out when Redmond Walsh got LSU’s Jake Wyeth to line out to third base to end Game 2 of the Knoxville Super Regional. Walsh was dogpiled on the mound by his teammates and coaches. The crowd chanted “O-ma-ha, O-ma-ha, O-ma-ha!” The Vols even ran out and leapt ont…

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With two innings of baseball already in the books, a 50 minute lightning delay before the start of the third inning threatened to cut Chad Dallas’ night on the mound short. The weather had already cost him a run – a Cade Doughty solo home run in the downpour – but Dallas was not going to let…

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The last time that Will Heflin pitched against Liberty ended with a much different outcome for the Vols. It was in the 2019 Chapel Hill Regional opener, a game Liberty won that sent the Vols to the loser’s bracket. Tennessee would go on to lose in the regional final.

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Tennessee did not want a repeat of last night’s dramatic, come from behind win. Instead, the Vols set a new NCAA Tournament program record for home runs in a game, and it only took them three innings to do so. The No. 1 seed Vols homered five times in Saturday night’s 9-3 win over the No. 3 …

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After eight and a half innings, it looked as if the No. 4 seed Wright State would complete the regional opener upset of No. 1 Tennessee. The Raiders had erased the Vols’ three-run lead in the seventh, and led 8-5 entering the bottom of the ninth inning. The Vols -- who have been so keen for …

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Tennessee was gunning for history, but in the end, the better team won. The No. 2 seed Vols lost in the SEC Title Game to the top-seed Arkansas 7-2 Sunday afternoon at the Hoover Met, ending their incredible tournament run.

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When The Vols defeated Alabama yesterday in the fourth round of the SEC Tournament, they knew they would be in a somewhat precarious situation Saturday. Tennessee had used all three of its regular weekend starters in the first three games this week, and it was set to face one of the hottest …

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team defeated No. 8 Mississippi State 12-2 in the Third Round of the SEC Tournament on the back of Chad Dallas’ stellar start at the Hoover Met. The Vols advance to the Fourth Round and will play the winner of Alabama and No. 13 Florida.

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The Vols were locked in a tight matchup with Alabama in the second round of the SEC Tournament Wednesday afternoon. With the score tied at 2-2 in the bottom of the ninth, the SEC East champs and No. 2 seed Vols had the bases loaded with one out, and their most consistent hitter during the re…

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In a must-win game, the Vols’ freshman starter Blade Tidwell went seven strong innings, Connor Pavolony hit a critical three-run homer, and Sean Hunley performed an escape act in the ninth, as the No. 4 Tennessee baseball team took the rubber match against South Carolina 5-4 Saturday afternoon.

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team lost game two of its series against No. 21 South Carolina 3-2 as the bats went quiet at Founder Park. The Vols drop to 41-14 overall and 19-10 in the SEC, while the Gamecocks climb to 33-19 this year and 16-13 in the conference.

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team took game one of its weekend series finale against No. 21 South Carolina, as solid pitching and multiple home runs gave Tennessee a 10-4 victory at Founders Park. The Vols are now 41-13 overall and 19-9 in the SEc after their win. The Gamecocks fall to 32-19…

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The No. 4 Tennessee Volunteers defeated the Belmont Bruins 11-2, as Jordan Beck drove in six runs while clubbing two home runs at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The Vols climb to 40-13 overall after their midweek finale, while the Bruins fall to 20-29 this season.

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The Vols held a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the sixth against Arkansas, and after a one-out walk and a single, they had a chance to break Sunday’s rubber match open. The No. 1 Razorbacks brought in the nation’s top reliever Kevin Kopps, who got two outs, ending the Vols’ threat. It proved to b…

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After 18 innings of really solid baseball against top-ranked Arkansas, the Vols finally have something to show for it. Trailing by two runs entering the ninth, the Vols put the first two men on and Max Ferguson launched a walk-off, three-run homer to right, sealing the Vols 8-7 win.

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In a battle for the best record in the SEC, the No. 4 Tennessee baseball team fell short to top-ranked Arkansas 6-5 Friday night. The Vols scored five runs in the first inning, but had just three hits in the remaining eight innings, as the nation’s top offense rallied to take the lead in the…

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team just survived a midweek matchup with in-state rival Tennessee Tech in a 10-8 win Tuesday night. The Vols offense picked up right where it left off, scoring in all but one inning, but the bullpen allowed eight runs in the last two frames to make it much close…

The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team secured a series victory over Missouri with an 11-4 win Saturday night. On the strength of six scoreless innings from the bullpen and a five-run sixth, the Vols won the middle game of a series for the first time since April 17.

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After nearly a week since its last game and the players’ finals finally completed, the No. 5 Tennessee baseball team returns to action this weekend with a road trip to Missouri.

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Blade Tidwell had not gotten an out in the fifth inning since April 4. He had given up three or more runs in each of his last four starts, and was coming off a six earned run outing last week at Texas A&M. So his start today, 5.1 solid innings off two-run ball in the Vols’ 11-2 win over …

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The Vols dropped the second game of the series against Kentucky 8-2, as the Wildcats pulled away with six runs in the last three innings. Starter Will Heflin pitched well enough despite putting men on in all but one innings, turning in a quality start after a lackluster outing last week.

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Tennessee showcased its offensive potential Thursday night, launching three home runs in a 14-4 win over Kentucky. Two days after being held to one run against Lipscomb, the Vols got production throughout its lineup, as every starter had at least one hit and four drove in multiple runs.

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team was unable to find that big hit in its 4-1 midweek loss to Lipscomb at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The Vols drop to 32-10 overall after Tuesday’s loss, while the Bisons climb to 14-22 with their win.

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The No. 4 Tennessee baseball team bounced back from a tough Vanderbilt series with a 3-1 week, taking a midweek matchup with Tennessee Tech before winning two of three on the road at Texas A&M.

Tennessee’s Jake Rucker and Drew Gilbert both earned SEC weekly honors, the league announced Monday. After guiding the Vols to a 3-1 week, Rucker was named the SEC Co-Player of the Week and Gilbert was given the Newcomer of the Week honors.

It was the Evan Russell show again Sunday, as the No. 6 Tennessee baseball team defeated Texas A&M 20-7, clinching the Vols’ fourth road weekend series win of the year. Tennessee trailed by a run in the seventh, but Russell homered twice, starting a scoring barrage from which the Vols ne…

The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team took game one of the series in Saturday’s doubleheader against Texas A&M, as Chad Dallas was dominant at Blue Bell Park. After their 6-1 win, the Vols improve to 31-8 overall and 11-5 in the SEC, while the Aggies drop to 22-18 this season with a 4-12 SEC…

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The No. 6 Tennessee baseball team looks to bounce back from its first series loss of the season, as it faces off with Texas A&M this weekend. The series will be the second time the Vols (30-8, 10-5 SEC) have ever played in College Station.

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The No. 6 Tennessee baseball team took its midweek matchup with Tennessee Tech in walk-off fashion, winning 3-2 Tuesday night. It was a tight contest all night, but Max Ferguson’s walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth was the difference.

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The No. 6 Tennessee baseball team finished the week with a 2-2 split, after a 14-12 midweek shootout win against Western Carolina and a difficult 1-2 series loss against in-state rival No. 2 Vanderbilt. The Vols sit at 29-8 overall with a 10-5 SEC record after their first .500 week of the season.

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The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team was unable to find much success on the mound, as they trotted out five pitchers in their 10-4 loss against No. 2 Vanderbilt inside of Lindsey Nelson Stadium. After losing their first SEC series of the season, the Vols drop to 29-8 overall and 10-5 in the SEC…

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The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team defeated in-state rival No. 2 Vanderbilt on the back of Evan Russell and his three home run, six RBI day. After the 8-4 win, the Vols climb to 29-7 overall and 10-4 in the SEC, while the Commodores fall to 27-6 this season with a 10-4 SEC record.

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The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team couldn’t get much going at the plate against projected top-3 MLB 2021 prospect Kumar Rocker. After their 5-0 loss at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, the Vols drop to 28-7 overall with a 9-4 SEC record, while the No. 2 Commodores rise to 27-5 this season and 10-3 in …

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The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team dropped its series opener to No. 2 Vanderbilt in a 5-0 shutout Friday night. The Commodore’s starter, Kumar Rocker, shut out the Vols for just the second time this season, limiting them to a season-low two hits.

The No. 5 Tennessee baseball team narrowly escaped a trip to Cullowhee, North Carolina with a 14-12 win over Western Carolina. High scoring was the name of the game tonight, as the Vols broke out for their second-highest runs and hits total of the year, at 14 and 16, respectively.

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The Tennessee baseball team had a successful week, winning a midweek matchup with Eastern Kentucky, and then taking two of three from Florida over the weekend. The Vols rose as high as No. 3 to 5 in the nation, depending on the poll, and are tied for first in the SEC East, at 9-3 and 27-6 overall.

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Game three finished thrillingly as No. 12 Florida avoided the sweep at the hands of No. 6 Tennessee in a 7-6 win Sunday. The Vols drop to 28-5 on the season and 9-3 in the SEC, while the Gators rise to 21-11 overall and 6-6 in the SEC.