The Tennessee men and women’s cross country teams have announced their season schedules after a delayed start due to COVID-19.
The Tennessee men’s and women’s cross country team hosted their first meet of the season at the Tennessee Tri-Star Cross Country Challenge on Friday.
As the cross-country season comes to a close, Tennessee is preparing to send two of their best to the NCAA National Championship. Junior Megan Murray and senior Zach Long will head to Wisconsin this weekend to compete for the national title and bring home a victory for Tennessee.
It was a tough race for the Vols in Tallahassee, Florida today as the men finished third in team standings, while the women finished seventh. For the women, they moved up in standings from last year and junior Megan Murray was able to finish in the top-ten for the 6K. On the men’s side, the …
After their success at the SEC Championship last week, the Tennessee men’s and women’s cross-country teams are preparing for the upcoming NCAA South Regional Championship in Tallahassee, Fla. this Friday. Regarding the SEC Championship, both teams finished top 10 and are hoping to take that …
The Tennessee cross country team has officially entered their postseason with the completion of today’s SEC Championship in Auburn, Alabama. Both the men and women raced the Indian Pines Golf Course along with their fellow conference teams in 6k and 8k matches.
After a two-week break, the Tennessee cross-country team is preparing for the upcoming SEC Championship this weekend. Since their races at the Blazer Classic and Arturo Barrios Invitational, the Tennessee runners have focused on training for this first race of the postseason.
After their races at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational, the Tennessee cross-country teams have had two weeks of practice in preparation for this weekend’s upcoming Blazer Classic in Birmingham, Ala. and the Arthuro Barrios Invitational in College Station, Texas.
This Friday the Vols took to Madison, Wisconsin where they faced off against some of the best cross-country runners throughout the nation. They raced at The Thomas Zimmer Cross Country Course, which host the 2018 NCAA championships that will take place on November 17.
Senior Zach Long has come a long way as a runner for Tennessee since his freshman year. After joining the Vols from Rutledge, Tennessee, Long has proven himself to be an important part of Tennessee’s roster. Whether it’s indoor and outdoor track and field or cross-country, Long has impacted …
Tennessee men’s and women’s cross-country teams are coming home to Knoxville with some victories under their belts after today’s pre-season meet at Auburn. With both team and individual titles earned, the Vols are looking more and more prepared for their upcoming races.
After two hard-fought races for both the Tennessee men’s and women’s cross-country teams, the Louisville Cardinals took home the victories in the season opener, leaving the Vols with their first loss.
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 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.
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.
Tennessee’s cross country team had a strong performance during the Bulldog SEC Preview, the second meet of the season, on Saturday, with both the men’s and women’s squads finishing in the top five.
The men’s cross country team finished in the top 10 in the NCAA South Regional Championship at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida this weekend. Megan Murray took 35th for the women and Zach Long finished 14th for the men.
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.
Beth Alford-Sullivan, director of track and field and cross country for the Tennessee Volunteers, has no trouble identifying who has provided leadership for her team this season.
The 2016 Tennessee Volunteers Cross Country season schedule was released this week, and Head Coach Beth-Alford Sullivan said in a statement on Monday, Aug. 15 that she's ready for the season to get started.
After a season of hard work and following the process, a young Vols cross country team travels to College Station, Texas for the SEC Championships.