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The 2022 SEC tournament has arrived after a regular season that saw a team go perfect and teams that left their bid till the very last. 10 teams have made the venture to Pensacola, Florida in hopes of capturing the tournament title and bragging rights in the South East. Here is the guide to …

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Tennessee women’s soccer (4-2-1) defeated Queens (0-2-3) 6-0 in a Sunday afternoon contest. Lawson Renie added two goals while Jaida Thomas, Kayla Simmonds and Jenna Stayart rounded out the scoring with one apiece. 

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Tennessee women’s soccer (1-2-1) bounced back from a rough start on the season to defeat Bowling Green (0-2-1) 4-0 following a second half surge. Jaida Thomas once again led the team with two goals in the shutout. Sophomore Taylor Huff also had an impressive outing with a goal and two assists.

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No. 22 Tennessee Women’s soccer (0-1-2) fell to No. 5 Duke (3-0-0) 2-3 on Thursday. Redshirt junior Jaida Thomas and sophomore Taylor Huff both scored goals for the Lady Vols in the loss. The Blue Devils saw late goals out of Sophie Jones, Michelle Cooper and Kat Rader.

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The beginning of the fall semester brings an abundance of hype on Rocky Top for one thing: the return of the football season. But there are two other sports that play in the fall that are often overlooked and deserve an equal amount of attention for their recent successes: soccer and volleyball.

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Tennessee Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics Danny White did not have to look far to find a new head soccer coach.

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In an unexpected move, Tennessee’s head soccer coach Brian Pensky was named the head coach for Florida State women’s soccer, following a press release issued by the university on Monday afternoon.

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There are millions of people across the United States tuning into sports events each day. These high-profile sports include football, basketball, soccer and many more. In recent years, viewers have been able to add a new element of anticipation to their viewing experience through sports betting.

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The No. 6 Tennessee soccer team shut out  No. 15 Washington State 2-0 to advance to the semifinal of the NCAA Women’s College Cup. This win — their 20th of the season — brings the Lady Vols' record against ranked opponents to 5-0 on the season.